75 percent of parents admit their children still see televised violence at least once a week More than half of all parents say they limit what their kids see on TV always, but nearly three-quarters admit their children see televised violence at least once a week still, a Johns Hopkins Children’s Center researcher reports in the July problem of Pediatrics. According to the study of 677 families with kids up to 21 years older visiting a pediatrician’s workplace in the metropolitan Washington, D.C. Area, households made up of younger children and mothers most limited exposure to tv violence such as for example physical fighting often, shootings and stabbings. ‘Looking at of violence on tv has been linked in many previous studies with intense behavior, and several child medical researchers recommend limiting children’s exposure to it,’ says lead writer Tina L.The surgery took place in Feb. 2012 at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, Mich. The splint was sewn around the boy’s airway to be able to broaden it and aid its natural growth. Doctors saw a change immediately. ‘It had been amazing,’ said Green. ‘As soon as the splint was put in, the lungs started going up and down for the very first time and we knew he would be OK.’ Amazing ‘printer’ makes real things Brooklyn-based MakerBot Industries makes personal 3D printers Health Scientists printing stem cells using 3D printers Researchers in Edinburgh, Scotland, are one step nearer to being able to create human cells utilizing a 3D printer, with stem cells as ‘ink.’ CBSNews.