Brain scans could predict children's future academic success, a new study suggests.
A new UK study found that supermarkets continue to expose customers to high calorie food options at the checkout lines.
Researchers found that good parental connection can effectively discourage teenage sexting.
Children are teaching their parents how to use technology. A new study reveals that between 30 to 40 percent of parents learn how to use the computer and Internet from their children.
A new study reported that children did not spend the majority of their time on tablets for educational purposes.
A study found that the new DSM-5 criteria for autism could reduce the total number of cases.
A new study found that exposure to secondhand smoking is tied to an asthmatic child's hospital re-admittance rate.
A new report found that if all the fast food places disappeared, children would still be overweight or obese due to poor food choices.
Roughly 40 percent of autistic children receive alternative medications, a new study reported.
In a new study, researchers found that victims, bullies, and victims who are also bullies are all at risk of developing mental health issues later on in life.
In a new study examining elementary, middle and high school students, researchers found that students continue to be exposed to food commercialism.
Genentech, which is a part of Roche, has announced that its liquid Tamiflu for children is currently in short supply.
Children have very skewed views of gender segregation, according to a new study.
Listening to classical musical may help boost children's listening skills in later life.
According to a new study, there was no evidence that suicide risk differed for two of the most commonly taken antidepressants.
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.