DVDs and educational programs on TV have a growing place in helping young children to learn. But there’s new evidence that they may not be as effective as old fashioned conversation.
Family & Parenting
While nearly all mothers start breast-feeding their newborns, about half stop after a few weeks. The latest study explains why.
In the dystopian future, there will only be two tribes: those with messy desks and those with orderly ones. The messy desk people will live unhealthy and inefficient lives but come up with interesting new ideas. The organized …
Money talks, right? So why should kids be any less susceptible to what the dollars are telling them?
Since 1990, about 90 million young lives have been saved by interventions that improve health and reduce the risk of the most common causes of death among children.
It was one thing for Miley Cyrus to do it on national television, but a California mom warned her daughter before a school dance that it wasn’t okay for the 11-year old.
Health classes don’t have to focus on just eating right and exercising more, according to the latest study. In fact, they might be more effective if they addressed teens’ mental as well as physical needs.
When it comes to family jewels, bigger is not always better
Experts say making your child a social media star can create problems in adolescence.
Mom-to-be says she’s “excited” to be expecting twin girls despite having second ovary removed seven years ago
For more than 30 years, DIY pregnancy tests have been the first hint for women about whether or not they are expecting. And now they may also have the power to reveal how far along the pregnancy is.
For the first time, researchers document why it’s so important to help premature babies develop in utero for as long as possible.
South Korea recently implemented the Five-Day Working Policy, which makes Saturday an official non-working day and cuts weekly work hours from 44 to 40. Less work, more play, right?