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Our April Mott Poll report asked parents of children 6-18 years about youth sports participation between August 2020 and January 2021.
As we wrap up another year of child health research, here's a look back at some of our 2020 reports you might've missed.
Our September Mott Poll report asked parents about getting flu vaccine for their children this year.
Our August Mott Poll report asked parents about disagreements with grandparents around their parenting choices.
Experts suggest that a key way to improve teen sleep is to delay the start of the school day to 8:30 a.m. or later. This could not only help teens achieve the recommended amount of sleep per day, but could also help improve their overall health and well-being.
Our January Mott Poll report asked parents of teens 13-18 about the impact of gaming on their teens’ lives.
Our November Mott Poll report asked parents with children in middle, junior high, or high school about their views on the role of parents and schools in recognizing youth depression.
Our October Mott Poll report asked parents of children age 4-9 years about their approach to playdate invitations.
Without proper guidance or education from health care professionals, misinformation and misconceptions about organ donation can hinder a parent’s decision on whether or not to register their child as an organ donor.
Our August Mott Poll report asked parents of children 0-18 years old about how primary care offices should handle children whose parents refuse all vaccines.