Tag: Video

Watch JWoww's Sweet Video of Boyfriend Zack Carpinello Holding Her Son

Bonding with her boy! Jenni “JWoww” Farley’s boyfriend, Zack Clayton Carpinello, and her son, Greyson, shared a sweet moment on Sunday, July 21. On the Jersey Shore: Family Vacation star’s Instagram Story, the professional wrestler, 24, held the 3-year-old in his arms behind a DJ’s turntable. The little one one spoke into a microphone while Carpinello

Meet the Parents Behind the Viral Talking Baby Video

We’re betting you’ve seen the video: A dad and his cute kid are chillin’ on the couch, having one of the best father-son conversations you’ve ever witnessed. The best part? The son is a baby, and we have no idea what he’s saying. The reason the video went viral is that his dad seems to

Children’s violent video game play associated with increased physical aggressive behavior

Violent video game play by adolescents is associated with increases in physical aggression over time, according to a Dartmouth meta-analysis published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Although most researchers on the subject agree that playing violent video games appears to increase physical aggression, a vocal minority continues to dispute this.

Shocking difference between healthy lungs and those of a smoker

Watch what cigarettes really do to the lungs: Shocking video shows the difference between healthy organs and those of a pack-a-day smoker WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT  Videos show the black, cancer-ridden lungs of a heavy smoker, failing to inflate This is compared to the healthy, red-coloured lungs of a non-smoker The non-smokers’ lungs filled to full

Nemours among Orlando hospitals turning to video games for help

The usually conservative healthcare industry in Central Florida has turned to local video game makers to discover new ways to teach patients about disease and other health-related issues, potentially saving lives in the process. It’s an effort to reach young people where they spend a good portion of their time: on connected devices. “It took

Video games may be OK for toddlers—if mom or dad join in

(HealthDay)—Parents, you may be able to stop feeling guilty about letting your toddlers play video games—as long as you’re playing with them. That’s the suggestion of a small study on the effects of touchscreen technology on kids’ development. The research dovetails with growing concern that toddlers might be harmed as technology takes center stage in