New study suggests that every time cyber bullying is stated as the reason for a suicide, it may not be just that. There are many other factors involved and responsible for such occurrences, ranging from face to face bullying to depression.
While being under the care of grandparents seems like the best option for your child, a new study suggests that many grandparent caregivers are unaware of more recent safety and other recommendations,
The benefits of staying physically active range from decreasing body weight, aiding with smoking cessation and and increasing cognitive performance. Focusing on this last feature, researchers have been able to determine that the mental health of all people can be improved by exercise, including those affected by mental disorders.
A new research published online in Pediatrics suggests that apart from mothers, fathers also play a significant and independent role in influencing the adolescent sexual behavior.
Having a nightmare is certainly not a good experience- neither for an adult, nor for a child. A nightmare can get us extremely scared or worried while asleep and make us wake up wake up in the middle of the night.
A new study suggests that chronic during pregnancy could devoid the mother's brain from benefits of motherhood. The research conducted on rats could increase the understanding of postpartum depression, researchers suggest.
A new study by Australian researchers suggests that mother's to be, who sleep on their back, could increase their chances of miscarriage.
A new study can identify the neural structures associated with poor reading skills in young children, and could be a helpful early warning system for struggling students. If a 7-year-old is breezing through the "Harry Potter" books, studies indicate that he or she will be a strong reader later in life. Conversely, if a 7-year-old is struggling with "The Cat in the Hat," that child will most likely struggle with reading going forward, Medical Xpress reports.
Starting from infancy to the initial few years of a child are very vital in determining the mental and physical health of the child for a lifetime. A new study suggests that exposure to air pollution from traffic during infancy could hamper the lung function in children up to 8 years of age.
Want your child to grow up happy and be socially adjusted? Bond well with them during their infancy, says a new study. The study by researchers from University of Iowa has found that if children have an intimate relationship with a parent during their infancy period, they grow up to be less troubled, aggressive or experience other emotional and behavioral problems.
With the ever-growing popularity of networking sites among younger and younger kids, parents are concerned about the safety of their children.
How your child performs in academics may have more to do with your skills as a parent than the quality of the school that your child goes to. A new study suggests that parental involvement is more important for academic achievements, than the school itself.
The next time you see your child glued to the television, you may want to switch that idiot box off. A new study suggests that parents need to be much more alert and conscious about cutting down the number of hours they allow their children to watch TV.
There are many dos and don'ts of parenting, and drinking while parenting is certainly a big no-no. But in what can be called a "shocking" finding, about one-fifth of Britain's mothers and fathers believe drinking alcohol actually helps them be a better parent.
A new study conducted with juvenile detainees in Chicago as subjects, suggests that after five years of imprisonment, more than 45 percent of males and about 30 percent of females had one or more psychiatric disorders with associated impairment.
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.