Having strict parents may actually increase the risk of drug use in teens, according to a new European study.
New research reveals that there are some benefits of having children with severe illnesses.
It takes just one conversation for most couples to decide to not have children, according to a new study.
A new study is reporting that excessive smartphone use during mealtime can negatively impact parenting.
One in four couples stop having sex after the birth of their first child, according to a new survey.
Thinking about money may make you a worse parent. New research reveals that the idea of parenting is less meaningful when people think about finances.
Being good to your parents may be the secret to finding true love. While getting along with mom and dad isn't always easy, new research reveals that having a good relationship with your parents increases your chances of having a healthy, romantic attachment as an adult.
Having insensitive mothers can increase children's risk of obesity, according to a new study.
Symptoms of postpartum depression linger for many mothers, according to a new study.
New research reveals more reasons why breast is best. Breastfeeding can halve the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, according to researchers.
A mother's touch can last for decades. The benefits of early skin-to-skin contact with mothers are apparent even a decade after birth, according to a new study on premature babies.
New research may reveal more reasons why younger siblings get "babied". Previous studies show that firstborn children suddenly appear taller when their younger siblings are born. However, a new study found that until the birth of the new child, the youngest child in the family are subject to a "baby illusion" because they are routinely misperceived by their mothers as being smaller and younger than they really are.
Maternal care may influence how children deal with stress. New research reveals that intense maternal care during the early postnatal period can reduce vulnerability to stress events in adulthood.
Teens who have good relationships with their parents and peers get better sleep. While changes in hormonal levels in teen years affect sleep patterns, new research reveals that social ties at home and at school may have a larger impact on teen sleep.
Growing up without a father alters brain anatomy and impairs social and behavioral abilities in adults, according to a new study on mice.