Children who show signs of social withdrawal are more susceptible to parental influences than others, according to a new study. These children are also more disposed to distress caused by the impacts of guilt-inducing parenting.
A new study found that malnourished children's gut microbes do not fully recover even after treatment.
One in eight American children have suffered abuse before reaching adulthood, a new study reveals.
A serious complication of type 1 diabetes called diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) might cause temporary changes to the brain matter of children newly diagnosed with the disease, according to a new research.
Doctors in Illinois might soon be able to prescribe epileptic children medicinal marijuana after the House voted in favor of the bill.
A new study will examine the effects of wireless technologies on children's mental development.
A new report found that injuries caused by tiny magnet toys have increased over the years.
A new study found a link between frequent insufficient sleep in young children and risk of obesity.
A new study found that 40 childcare centers in California expose young children to dangerous flame retardants.
A new study found that children were more active when they played outdoors with friends as opposed to playing indoors.
Every time a child is exposed to a parent addicted to smoking, chances of him turning into a heavy smoker in adulthood increases, according to a new study.
A new study found that mothers with young autistic children report higher levels of depressive symptoms and stress in comparison to mothers with typically developing children.
Children who play outdoors are happier and smarter than those who stick to television and video games.
In a survey held recently in Toronto, researchers found that less than one percent of healthy urban children had received dental care by the recommended age of 12 months. Less than two percent of them had seen a dentist by age of 24 months.
Using a drug combination in long-term reduces the risk of recurrent urinary tract infection by up to 80 percent in children with the urinary condition vesicoureteral reflux compared to placebo, according to a new research.
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.