In the article Grogan-Kaylor states “The upshot of the study is that spanking increases the likelihood of a wide variety of undesired outcomes for children. Spanking thus does the opposite of what parents usually want it to do.” Not only did Gershoff and Grogan-Kaylor test on children but also on long-term effects among adults who were also spanked as a child. This showed that the more they were spanked, the more likely they experienced mental health problems or behavior problems. As many as 80 percent of parents around the world spank their children according to a 2014 UNICEF
As one of the children from around the world that was once a victim of spanking and as a science major and hopefully a future doctor, I must say that I am torn on the topic of spanking. My research has led me to different opinions on spanking, it has taught me the good use of spanking in child’s discipline which many adults have tried to convince me of several times. My research also showed me how spanking can lead to the destruction of a child by damaging a child’s brain and making them prone to mental diseases and lowering their intelligence and memory. It also showed me how spanking can lead to physical abuse and bad behaviors. Combined with personal experience, my research made me see that not all spanking is necessarily bad for children.
Melatonin - useful The prescription of melatonin in children and adolescents has slowly increased over the past decade. The appropriateness of this has repeatedly been questioned in the press, since melatonin by Apoteket classed as hypnotics. In an article in the Swedish newspaper Svenska Dagbladet January 9, 2013 performed a known sleep physicians additionally claim that melatonin can interfere with sexual development if given to children. Both the doctor and the responsible medical editor has refused to deny this false rumor, although they have current references that show that they are wrong.
to lose, to make a mistake.” And we learn the most through failure. Merryman continues on with her argument by using multiplies different types studies she has found. Merryman also use multiple scientific studies she has found to help her prove her point.
“Children with serious disease such as cancer and children who undergo hospitalisation for paediatric injury have also been shown to suffer from PTSD” (Dyregrov & Yule 2006). For example, cancer survivors have a bigger chance of getting PTSD if their treatment time was longer. Due to the amount of time they spent in operating
Vaccines in Children Argument Since the first smallpox vaccine was invented over two decades ago, there has been endless arguments over the safety, effectiveness, and morality of vaccinating children. On the off chance that an unvaccinated child is presented to an infectious germ, the child 's body may not be sufficiently able to battle the sickness. Before immunizations, numerous kids passed on from infections that antibodies now forestall, for example, whooping cough, measles, and polio. Those same infections are around today; however, you don’t come across them as much due to vaccinations. “The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimated that 732,000 American children were saved from death and 322 million cases of childhood illnesses were
Vaccinations can help prevent future diseases or viruses in the upcoming life of a child. According to an article from vaccines.gov, “Because of advances in medical science, your child can be protected against more diseases than ever before. Some diseases that once injured or killed thousands of children, have been eliminated completely and others are close to extinction- primarily due to stay safe and effective vaccinations.” Throughout the years more viruses have been prevented due to vaccinations in children. There has also been an increase in the amount of children that get vaccinations at a young age.
The biggest wish I have is for there to be a harmless cure for cancer. I wish this because in the past couple years/months people with the biggest hearts always seem to die of some certain kind of cancer. There are many good and bad things about this, but mostly it 's good things. The good things is that there wouldn 't be anymore cancer and less people would die. All of our family/friends could still be with us today if it wasn 't for cancer.
21 percent of athletes say they were at one point pressured to play with an injury Aleshire, 2003). This could come back to hurt a coach, they could possibly get sued if the injury were to get worse, or they could suffer morally from this as well. 17.5 percent of athletes said they have been hit, kicked, or slapped by a coach throughout their lifetime in the sport (Aleshire, 2003). Eight percent said that they have been called names with sexual connotations and three percent said they had been sexually abused (Aleshire, 2003). As a youth sports coach, abuse is not okay.
What is the second most common cause of death for Americans? One would be surprised that it is cancer. This deadly disease takes millions of lives daily, but still to this day, we do not have a cure for it. When cancer is mentioned, people usually do not want to talk about it, however, cancer is something that everyone needs to be informed about. Once someone is well informed on what cancer is, knows what the signs and symptoms of it are, and is aware of how to prevent it, the number of people that get cancer will decrease.
The death toll keeps rising every year from other diseases such as measles, mumps, polio and so on. These diseases could be prevented by vaccinations, one example of eradicating a disease is smallpox; this vaccine does not exist anymore because the disease has been eradicated. “Vaccines are one of the best ways to put an end to serious effects of certain diseases” If we were to stop vaccinating diseases that are almost unknown would stage a comeback. Before long we would see epidemics of disease and children would get sick and die. (CDC,
Not only are states making legal actions, but parents and doctors are stepping up to make sure athletes are ready before clearance is given. “I think we all worry about sending a kid back out there too soon. Any doctor who says otherwise is lying,” said Greg Canty, director of the Center for Sports Medicine at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City. Concussions are a big issue today, and should be treated even more serious than they are. There are many viewpoints regarding this issue.
Vaccinations have been proven to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases, but due to personal or religious belief, there are individuals who have refused to vaccinate their child and therefore put the public at risk for vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccines have helped stop the exposures to deadly diseases. Prior to the discovery of vaccine, vaccine preventable disease outbreak killed thousands of people around the world each year, but for those who survived the disease lived with life long complications. The most devastating disease that killed a drastic amount of innocent lives throughout the century is smallpox.
Is Spanking Allowed in America? I was born and raised in Vietnam with Vietnamese culture and ideas while my husband was born and raised in the United States of America with an almost complete opposite set of ideas and culture. When we married, we knew there would be some problems and one of the biggest problems is how to raise 2 year old child who is the poster child for “terrible twos”. I want to discipline my child by spanking her to teach like I was raised in Vietnam by my family.
In her article” The Broken Chain “ M.F.K Fisher talk about her opinion concerning “ The abuse and angry beating of helpless people, mostly children and many women”. At first, she was spanked and said that she was not. She was spanked until twelve-year-old by her dad. She was spanked for any reason. Since she is oldest, so when her younger sister and brother done something wrong, and she will get spanked by her dad.