Your dominance is killing your child's self-esteem Oct 7, 8:41 am
Washington D.C, Oct 7 (ANI): A new study has linked children's self-esteem to the behaviour of who is considered the most powerful parent within the household.
Washington D.C, Oct 5 (ANI): Parents, you may want to encourage your children to spend more time with each other as a recent study suggests that relationship quality affects siblings' mental health and risky behaviors.
Here's why parents should just let `kids be kids` Sep 30, 12:32 pm
Washington D.C, Sept 30 (ANI): As per a recent study, kids who are allowed to be kids make better parents.
Toddler injuries from TV tip-overs on rise Sep 30, 7:57 am
Washington D.C, Sept 30 (ANI): You may want to go and check whether you telly is placed properly or not as a recent study has pointed out that number of severe neck and head injuries among children due to falling TVs is on the rise.
Here`s why good dads die early Sep 23, 12:22 pm
Washington D.C, Sept 23 (ANI): As per a new research, males with low quality partners put more effort into parental duties to compensate for the shortcomings of their mate and pay the price by dying younger.
Healthy body image: How moms instill resilience in daughters Sep 21, 1:00 pm
Washington D.C, Sept. 21 (ANI): A new research has revealed that mothers use variety of strategies to mitigate risks to daughters' body image.
Bulimic teens recover faster when parents involved Sep 20, 12:49 pm
Washington D.C, Sept 20 (ANI): A new study has revealed that teens with bulimia recover faster when parents are included in treatment.
To keep your teenager from smoking, kick the butt yourself Sep 18, 9:05 am
Washington D.C, Sept 18 (ANI): Smokers, you may want to kick that habit if you don't want your kids to smoke as a recent study showed that the more a parent smokes, the more their teenage son or daughter will also smoke.
Washington DC, Aug 5 (ANI): New mothers watch their partners closely to evaluate if how good a parent they could be to their child, finds a new study.
How 'goofing' with your kids helps boost their development Aug 3, 12:36 pm
Washington DC, Aug 3 (ANI): Want your kids to be smart? A new study has shown that joking and pretending with your children gives their development a boost.
Washington DC, Aug 1 (ANI): Parents are inclined to misjudge their child's happiness based on their personal feelings, claims a new study.
London, July 31 (ANI): You may not be only one facing trouble making your kids eats the greens, but an Australian women has cracked the code by making food adorably fun, crafting meals into her toddler's favourite cartoons.
`Socially polite` kindergarteners grow up to be better adults Jul 30, 2:06 pm
Washington DC, July 30 (ANI): Socially well behaved kindergarteners grow up to be well educated better adults than their not to so well behaved counterparts, suggests a new study.
How `gaze shifting` helps babies learn new languages Jul 28, 12:43 pm
Washington DC, July 28 (ANI): Determining the aspects of social interactions, researchers have now highlighted the concept of gaze shift that makes it easier for a child to grasp new languages.
`Couchsurfing` toddlers likelier to be bullied later on Jul 18, 9:54 am
Washington DC, Jul 18 (ANI): A new study has revealed that toddlers who chill in front of TV a lot may be victimized more by their peers as adolescents.
University education costs parents 8 yrs of paying back Jul 15, 11:56 am
London, July 15 (ANI): Parents know when they decide to pay for their kids' university education that they'll end up paying debt for eight years, claims a new study.
Washington DC, July 15 (ANI): If you teach your children to watch out for violent behaviour from others, chances are the kids will end up behaving aggressively themselves, claims a new study.
Study sheds light on how kids inherit anxiety from parents Jul 7, 1:11 pm
Washington DC, July 7 (ANI): If you wonder that whether your anxious behaviour will affect your child or not then the answer is probably yes, for a new study has claimed that anxious parents are more likely to have anxious offspring.
In times of tough economy, parents pick daughters over sons Jun 30, 3:44 pm
Washington DC, 30 June (ANI): When the times are hard economically, parents choose to their daughters over sons in financial matters, claims a new study.
Washington, Jun 26 (ANI): A new study has suggested that as siblings learn how to resolve conflict, parents pick up a few tips of their own.
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