The findings showed that mothers who don't get enough sleep or who take longer falling asleep have a greater tending to engage in permissive parenting - parenting marked by lax or inconsistent discipline.
His Instagram feed is not the ideal so-called 'Instagram perfect' but rather it is a scroll through real-life parenting moments.
Washington D.C. Young children who are exposed to a good quantity of adult speech tend to have better skills to acquire knowledge, a study has found.
A recent study has found a way to reduce the risk of obesity in children. The researchers of the study analysed breast milk as a potential factor, for childhood obesity.
Many videos on YouTube meant for kids contain suicide instructions planted into them.
A UK mom who bought animal toys for her kids was shocked to see one of the figurines was anatomically accurate down to an embarrassing detail.
Children living in homes that have toxic chemicals on the floors and furniture are exposed to higher concentrations of harmful semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) in their blood or urine.
"Digital storytelling does not only help them build communication skills, but also makes them tech-savvy right in the initial years of their growth."
Children are at risk of swallowing fluoride-rich toothpaste, which could be bad for their health.
From 100% eco-friendly to 100% biodegradable, toxin free to paraben free, here are expert-recommended products you should use for your new-born.
When children are watching educational, age-appropriate content, parents can join them and keep them engaged, making screen time a positive experience for both.
Washington D.C. According to a recent study, women prefer and invest more in daughters, while men favor and invest more in their sons.
The benefits to the mother-baby dyad are both immediate and far-reaching.
Are you responsible for your child's mental health issues? You could have a role to play.
A disturbing new suicide game named Momo Suicide Challenge has reportedly been spreading on Whatsapp and claiming lives.
Although suicides in children are rare, studies say they are the second-largest cause of death in children.
The Telegraph reports that there are dozens of instructional videos available on YouTube, Snapchat and Twitter that give out numbers of strangers to kids.
Exposure to pollution at traffic signals can impact the mental and psychological wellness of children.