A decision from the New York State Supreme Court orders the New York City Health Department to discontinue its forced immunization program for pre-schoolers.
White boys are most likely to suffer colorblindness among preschoolers, according to researchers.
A study released in February that claimed plunge by 43 percent in obesity rate for pre-school children has been discredited by experts. The report was also cited by first lady Michelle Obama who said it was sign that her health and wellness 'Lets Move' campaign was effectively working.
Nap-time has always been an essential part in childcare settings, but recent studies explain that this type of sleep may actually negatively affect their behavior and learning once they reach a certain age, not improve it as originally perceived.
Midday naps may boost learning in preschool children, a new study suggests.
Preschool children are quick to conform to ritualistic behavior, a new study finds.
Protecting the heart needs an early start. Numerous studies have found that unhealthy lifestyle in adulthood increases the risk of cardiovascular disease. However, a new study reveals that when it comes to preventing heart disease, diet and lifestyle in early life is just as important as diet and lifestyle in later life.
If your kid thinks a Happy Meal is a healthy meal, you may want to reconsider how you watch television.
A good diet and a quality playschool can help you increase the intelligence quotient of your child, says a new study review. Researchers also found that parents engaging in interactive reading helped boost their child's IQ.