The effects of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can extend well beyond childhood, according to the latest research.
Brain experts and magicians may have much more in common than either thought possible
How important is sleep for children? Getting too little could leave them more emotional and impulsive.
In a four-month trial of the omega-3 fatty acid DHA, some improvement was seen in children’s reading scores and behavior, but only in the lowest performing students
As any parent knows, an exhausted child is an ill-behaved one. So it’s no surprise that a new study finds that young children who snore persistently — which can disrupt the quality of their sleep — are more likely to have …
Its spring, which means it’s the season for fresh, juicy berries. And that’s good news for your brain.
What kids watch — and not just how much — matters when it comes to television viewing, according to new research that finds that preschoolers who watch fast-paced shows have far more trouble concentrating than other children.
Losing weight comes with a host of health benefits — including making your brain sharper.
We know it’s a really bad idea to talk or text while you’re driving, but what about walking and talking?
During the lead-up to nearly every major event or holiday — the Super Bowl, the Oscars, Thanksgiving — a swell of media reports describe how people’s preoccupation with the event causes lost productivity. Last year, for …
As a senior at Parsons The New School for Design, Ingrid Zweifel was hunting around for a thesis project. She knew she wanted to explore how technology has changed the way people interact.
Numerous studies have documented the negative effects of television exposure at a young age; TV viewing has been linked to behavioral and attention problems later in life. Now researchers confirm the same effect of video games on attention problems in both younger children and teens.
Studying two groups of students — a group of 1323 …