The unique brain activity of each child reveals how good their memories are, suggests a new study.
Majority of young people experiencing suicidal thoughts display only mild or moderate mental distress, instead of more obvious symptoms associated wit...
A recent study has shed a positive light on promoting cardiovascular health by regular dietary counselling from infancy to early adulthood.
There is a higher risk of bone fractures to pre-school children who are overweight than normal-weight pre-schoolers, suggests a recent study.
In a recent study, researchers have found that young children go on to achieve more academic success when their verbal skills are enhanced.
Due to insufficient industry nutritional guidelines, children consume more sugar from their breakfast cereal then intended, suggests a recent study.
Nature is the best medicine for all human ailments, and a new study suggests that staying connected to nature is known to make children happier.
A recent study has revealed that high-intensity interval training (HIIT), which alternates short phases of intense physical exercise with periods of r...
Youngsters consider their family's social status while planning for future education and work. This influence their mental health and stability more t...
More than half of the 11-year-olds or sixth graders now have a smartphone, according to a new report from Common Sense Media.
Lies spoken to children might help in controlling them for short term but continue to affect them even when they grow up.
It is generally seen that dads are often happier, less tired and stressed as compared to moms when taking care of kids. But why is it so?
While having a positive surrounding is considered necessary for the overall development of a child, it is equally important to determine the long-term...
More is not always better, says a recent study about the right combination of play equipment parents shall provide to their children.
Low levels of vitamin D in middle childhood could lead to aggressive behaviour as well as anxious and depressive moods during adolescence, suggests a...
A recent study has suggested some tips and tricks for parents to help their children combat additional stress and peer pressure as they prepare to ent...
Researchers at the University of British Columbia have claimed that quality of sleep, and not quantity, is related to better health in teens.
Young children who have talkative parents, and hear a lot of adult speech tend to develop better cognitive skills than their peers, a study has found.
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