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Depression in Fathers Negative for Child’s Health and Development

According to a study conducted by the researchers at the University of Michigan Health System, depressed fathers have negative effect on the health and development […]

How Depression in Fathers Affects their Children?

According to a research study carried out at the University of Michigan Health System, children of depressed fathers get spanked four times more than children […]

Adolescent Boys and Girls Experience Friendship with Opposite Gender Differently

In childhood, boys and girls make friends from their own gender. During puberty, they experience what friendship with opposite gender is all about. According to […]

Proper Wound Care More Important in Healing than Antibiotic

According to a study conducted at the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center, timely and proper cleaning and draining of the wound might be more vital for […]

Be Careful! Your Child Might Become Pathological Gamer

A new study by the Associate Professor of Psychology (Iowa State) along with five researchers from Hong Kong and Singapore has thrown light on the […]

Kids with ADHD More Likely to Develop Substance Abuse in Adulthood

According to the researchers from the University of South Carolina and UCLA, children with ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) are twice or thrice more likely to […]

Severe Anemia Children Prone to Silent Strokes

According to researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, children suffering from severe anemia are prone to developing silent strokes. The […]

Over- Usage of Facebook Might Lead to Eating Disorders Among Young Girls

Yael Latzer, Zohar Spivakc and Ruth Katz, Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, the University of Haifa, made a remarkable observation that over-usage of […]

Intervention Necessary as soon as the Bahavioral Problems Appear: Study

The researchers at the Centre for Research in Human Development and the Concordia University have linked cortisol levels with the behavioral problems among young people […]

Breastmilk Might Transmit Yellow Fever in Infants Post Maternal Vaccination

According to a case published in the journal Canadian Medical Association Journal, CMAJ, yellow fever vaccination should be avoided by nursing mothers. Till now this […]

Violent Ads During Super Bowl Might Amplify Aggressive Thoughts in Kids

Researchers at the Iowa State University feel that violent commercials broadcast during a sporting event, which also has violent content, might amplify the aggressive thoughts […]

Students Working More Than 20 Hours Face Academic and Behavioral Problems

A new study conducted by the researchers of the University of Washington, the Temple University and the University of Virginia, states that high school students […]

Mother’s Milk and Maternal Love Make the Infant Less Vulnerable to Stress

A research by the Douglas Mental Health University Institute claim that the quantity and the quality of maternal milk and the contact between the mother […]

Unhealthy Lifestyle and Not Genes Responsible for Childhood Obesity

Obesity in children is mainly attributed to genes. However, according to a research by University of Michigan Cardiovascular Center, it is the unhealthy lifestyle of […]

Children’s Genes Decide the Effectiveness of Education

A new research conducted at the King’s College London Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) suggests that the genetic factor of the students partly influences the effectiveness […]