Online Social Networking and Mental Health. Wellness Issues for Higher Education: A Guide for Student Affairs and Higher ... TECHNOLOGY IN MENTAL HEALTH: Applications in Practice, Supervision and ... - Stephen Goss, Kate Anthony, LoriAnne Sykes Stretch, DeeAnna Merz Nagel. University of Lincoln: Login. HC 342 - Children's & Adolescents' Mental Health & CAMHS. HC 342 - Children's and Adolescents' Mental Health and CAMHS. How Social Networks Can Push Kids to Be More Active. Peer pressure can be a powerful force, and sometimes a positive one.
For example, hanging out with active peers may lead kids to exercise more, making a child’s social network a potential vehicle for promoting healthy habits and reducing obesity. That’s what researchers led by Sabina Gesell, a research assistant professor in pediatrics at the Vanderbilt School of Medicine, and her colleagues are reporting in the journal Pediatrics. The scientists studied networks of friends in an after-school program involving students ages 5 to 12.
Using a pedometer-like device that recorded minute muscle movements, the researchers tracked kids’ physical activity levels over a period of 12 weeks.
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