Researchers found that parents with anxiety disorders who receive treatment can reduce anxiety problems for their children.
Researchers reported that spankings could lead to future aggression and language woes in young children.
Sleep education for parents of children suffering from autism helps improve children's behavior, a new study has found.
Researchers report that parents who smoke or used to smoke increased their children's likelihood of smoking.
A new study reveals that children's perceptions of living with asthma may differ significantly from their caregivers' perceptions. Researchers said the findings suggest that both parents and children should be interviewed when they visit the doctor's office.
Researchers found that men also experienced sexual lows post childbirth.
A recent survey found that smokers were willing to skip giving presents and toys to children in order to continue buying cigarettes.
Researchers found that using a non-judgmental and straightforward approach in discussing obesity with parents of heavy children can be effective.
A new poll revealed that parents are okay with medicinal marijuana but believe that there should be an age restriction in order to prevent young children and teenagers from acquiring the substance.
Researchers suggest that children's TV habits imitate their parents' TV habits.
Researchers found empirical evidence that parents who push their children into activities could be attempting to fulfill their own ambitions and dreams.
Parents aren't supposed to show that they love one child more than they love their other children. But, a new poll reveals that more than a third of mothers secretly have a favorite child.
A new survey revealed that the majority of parents are not worried about how long their children use media screens.
A report published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration stated that one in every five parent believes that they hold no power over whether or not their teenaged children choose to engage in substance usage.
Researchers found that mice raised with two parents as opposed to one had more nerve growth.
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.