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Limca Book of Records: Andhra Pradesh Couple gives birth to two Children on the same day, a year apart

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A child with the parents (representational image), VOA

Hyderabad, March 30, 2017: A couple from Andhra Pradesh has entered into the Limca Book of Records for giving birth to two children on the same day, a year apart.

Mahaboob Nasir and Rubina Sultana of Kurnool town received the certificate of records. Their first child was born on April 9 in 2015 while the second child was also born on the same day in 2016.

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“Our first child was a daughter, Ayesha Nousheen, while our son, Mahaboob Sabir, was born exactly a year later,” Rubina told IANS from Kurnool.

Mahaboob Nasir works with a medical transcription company while Rubina heads an organization for the welfare of women and children.

The organization runs a centre for teaching Urdu under the National Council for Promotion of Urdu Language. (IANS)

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No More Than Two Hours of Recreational Screen Time a Day Can Save Your Children from Becoming Impulsive

Impulsive behaviour is associated with numerous mental health and addiction problems, including eating disorders, behavioural addictions

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Screen Time, Children, Impulsive
Impulsive behaviour is greatly linked to sleep and screen time, found Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) at the CHEO Research Institute in Ottawa. Pixabay

Nine-11 hours of sleep and no more than two hours of recreational screen time a day is what can save your children from becoming impulsive and make poorer decisions in life, find researchers.

Impulsive behaviour is greatly linked to sleep and screen time, found Healthy Active Living and Obesity Research Group (HALO) at the CHEO Research Institute in Ottawa.

“Impulsive behaviour is associated with numerous mental health and addiction problems, including eating disorders, behavioural addictions and substance abuse,” said Dr Michelle Guerrero, lead author from CHEO Research Institute and University of Ottawa.

The paper, published in the journal Pediatrics, analysed data for 4,524 children from the first set of data of a large longitudinal population study.

Screen Time, Children, Impulsive
Nine-11 hours of sleep and no more than two hours of recreational screen time a day is what can save your children from becoming impulsive and make poorer decisions in life, find researchers. Pixabay

In addition to sleep and screen time, the study also captured data related to physical activity — at least 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous exercise daily.

The ABCD study allowed Guerrero and her team to look at the three pillars of the movement guidelines against eight measures of impulsivity, such as one’s tendency to seek out thrilling experiences, to set desired goals, to respond sensitively to rewarding or unpleasant stimuli, and to act rashly in negative and positive moods.

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The results suggested that meeting all three pillars of the movement guidelines was associated with more favorable outcomes on five of the eight dimensions. (IANS)