Breastfed kids are better behaved, brighter Jun 22, 1:23 pm
Washington D.C, Jun 22 (ANI): Just six months of breastfeeding can make your children brighter and well-behaved, according to a recent study.
Behind every 'successful' entrepreneur, there's a 'father'! Jun 19, 9:04 am
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Google Father's Day doodle is all about following your dad Jun 19, 7:53 am
New Delhi, Jun 19 (ANI): Marking the day that's a dedication to dads across the world, this year's Google Father's Day logo goes with shoes.
Parenting style counts when it comes to shaping kids' future Jun 18, 8:26 am
Washington D.C, Jun 18 (ANI): You may not know it, but your parenting methods affect your child's future, according to a recent study.
How moms' parenting stress takes its toll on sex lives May 27, 7:57 am
Washington D.C, May 27 (ANI): You can't predict what life will be like with a new baby, but if it turns out stressful, you can kiss your sex life goodbye, as per a new study.
Moms-to-be, eat fruits for intelligent babies May 26, 12:07 pm
Washington D.C, May 26 (ANI): Now that you are pregnant, you may want to start eating fruits if you want to boost your baby's brain powers, suggests a new study.
Is media multitasking making teens stupid? May 19, 8:50 am
Washington D.C, May 19 (ANI): In this digitally-ruled world, checking social media while watching TV or online shopping while on the phone has become a norm. According to a recent study, this type of media multitasking can be hindering your kid's performance at school.
Omega-3-rich diets can calm aggression in kids May 15, 12:15 pm
Washington D.C, May 15 (ANI): Managing meltdowns in kids can be exhausting and now, a team of researchers has found that omega-3-rich diets can help you out.
Kids with two dads are well adjusted May 1, 4:58 pm
Washington D.C, May 1 (ANI): Children of gay dads grow up just as well behaved and adjusted as those from any heterosexual family units, according to a recent study.
'First finger foods' for babies can be choking hazards May 1, 4:30 pm
Washington D.C, May 1 (ANI): Many products marketed as "first finger foods" can be a genuine choking danger for babies as a new study has found that they failed to meet American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommendations.
Pre-pregnancy caffeine can lead to miscarriage Mar 25, 11:23 am
Washington D.C., Mar. 25 (ANI): Beware parent-to-be! A recent study has revealed that a woman is more likely to miscarry if she and her partner drink more than two caffeinated beverages a day during the weeks leading up to conception.
Kids with younger siblings thinner than only children Mar 12, 11:25 am
Washington D.C, Mar 12 (ANI): Parents, take note! If you want to keep your children healthy and away from obesity, then give them a younger sibling.
Depressed parents can turn kids into picky eaters Feb 28, 7:37 am
Washington D.C, Feb 28 (ANI): According to a new research, anxious and depressed parents are more likely to have children, who are picky eaters.
Putting on happy face for kids can cost parents dearly Feb 24, 8:31 am
Washington D.C, Feb 24 (ANI): It's always important to be a positive role model for your children and now, a new study has revealed the emotional cost for parents who put on a happy face.
Paracetamol putting babies at asthma risk Feb 10, 2:12 pm
London, Feb 10 (ANI): Babies are nearly a third more likely to develop asthma if they are given paracetamol, according to a new study.
London, Feb 8 (ANI): You may want to start sharing your bed with your newborn as according to a research, sleeping with babies can boost breastfeeding.
Menu for `good and kid-friendly` breakfast Feb 3, 8:15 am
Washington D.C, Feb 3 (ANI): Kids need to eat breakfast to fuel their bodies for the day ahead and now, a new study has revealed the best way to get your kids off to a good and healthy start.
More the siblings, greater the risk of behavioral problems Jan 25, 12:02 pm
Cape Town, Jan 25 (ANI): Growing up with lots of siblings has its downsides as a recent study suggests that having lots of brothers and sisters means that you are at greater risk of behavioral problems and falling behind at school.
Kids of controlling parents grow up to be `mean` Jan 22, 2:47 pm
Washington D.C, Jan 22 (ANI): So, what makes mean college kids so mean? According to a new study, it may be their controlling parents.
Washington D.C., Jan. 9 (ANI): Next time when you have a story time with your baby don't forget to pay attention to his babbling and respond as the interactions during the reading session can be the key to his language development.
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