Scientists at the University of Utah has explained how mom and dad's genes shape behaviour. Read full research on Dynamite News:
Children's cognitive development can be affected regardless of whether their biological parents have type 1 diabetes. Read full story on Dynamite News...
University Grants Commission (UGC) and All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) advised Indian students not to travel to Pakistan for pursuin...
According to a new study by the University of Toronto, adults exposed to chronic parental domestic violence have an elevated prevalence of depression,...
Singer Neeti Mohan and her husband, actor Nihaar Pandya, have become parents to their first child, a baby boy.
Storytelling - the oldest form of teaching - is the most effective way of teaching primary school children about evolution, say researchers at the Mil...
A study conducted in the United States revealed that there are structural differences in the brains of those children whose parents have depression.
Lies spoken to children might help in controlling them for short term but continue to affect them even when they grow up.
If you're planning to have a baby, researchers recommend quitting alcohol six months before conception.
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?
More is not always better, says a recent study about the right combination of play equipment parents shall provide to their children.
Twenty students fell ill allegedly after consuming the breakfast served by the administration of an Indore-based primary school to them.
Parents take note! You might want to cut down on your kid's time screen time.
According to a recent study, expectant parents' emotional struggles predict emotional and behavioural problems in 2-year-olds.
A man incensed with his wife for talking to another man on WhatsApp, forced her to drink mosquito repellent liquid and then strangulated her to death.
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...
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.
Researchers in a new study called 'Epigenetic Mechanisms', have discovered how lifestyle affects genes and disease development in a human body.
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