Modern technology has brought forth a lot of benefits for everyone to enjoy though there are cognitive issues that may be getting the raw end of it all.
The study examined a widely held belief that would fertility treatments tend to increase risk of development delays in children conceived through assisted reproduction.
Teaching children to read at an earlier age makes them smarter, according to a new study on identical twins.
Growing up on a dairy farm can significantly decrease the risk of allergies, according to new research.
Not getting enough nutrients in childhood could increase the risk of high blood pressure in adulthood, according to a new study,
Children who play outdoors are happier and smarter than those who stick to television and video games.
Using certain words may trigger helpful behavior in young children, a new study suggests.
Children born to teen mothers have poorer speaking skills at the age of five than those with older mothers, according to a new study.
Remember the times your older brother or sister barred you from their room, and you took revenge by reading their diary or breaking their favorite toy? Now, you're probably recalling those "silly" childhood clashes and laughing them off them as a normal part of growing up. However, a new study reveals that sibling aggression may actually cause deep psychological scars that lead to mental health problems like depression and anxiety.
Heather and Adam Barrington travelled from South Carolina to Hawaii to prepare for a dolphin-assisted birth.
The Food and Drug Administration issued new warning for pregnant women to not use migraine drugs containing valproate sodium as they have shown to lower their unborn child's IQ.
Kids with behavioral problems often show reduced neural responses when shown images of others in pain, putting them at greater risk for later adult psychopathy.
While it's no surprise that abused or neglected kids are more likely to end up being bullies or victims of bullying, a new study reveals that children with overprotective parents are also more likely to be victims of bullying.
British scientists found that indulging in up to two units of alcohol each week during pregnancy will not harm the development of unborn babies.
Children may be affected by the exposure of certain compounds in car exhaust even before birth.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.