A textbook pregnancy consists of three trimesters. The baby develops at a relatively predictable rate during this time, from pomegranate seed to avocado to watermelon. And mom’s body adapts accordingly […]
The answer seems to be a series of evolutionary trade-offs that help protect organs in women, according to a recent study.
And is anyone protecting children's data?
New research from the University of Granada found that stress could help determine sex.
Fifty years of research on children's toy preferences shows that kids generally prefer toys oriented toward their own gender.
Flying that helicopter too low is counterproductive.
Having grown kids still at home is not likely to do you, or them, any permanent harm.
A recent NIHR report found that students with previously low connectedness scores saw improvement in well-being and eased anxiety.
The ability to speak up and ask will give these future leaders a much needed boost.
'Little kids, little problems; big kids, big problems.'
Even kids get that a real leader puts others' interests first.
Symptoms of mental illness in children are often dismissed as "going through a phase."
The CDC's latest youth risk survey houses some scary numbers but shows that evidence-based sex education is working.
A team at Mount Sinai has discovered the neural mechanism behind social isolation.
Most of us carry a mother's voice in the neural patterns of our brain.
Parental anxieties stem from the complex relationship between technology, child development, and the internet's trove of unseemly content.
What happens when someone you respect doesn't treat others with dignity?
Teaching your child metacognitive techniques can improve their learning and life skills.
Chronic irregular sleep in children was associated with psychotic experiences in adolescence, according to a recent study out of the University of Birmingham's School of Psychology.
Seldom are these conversations actually anti-racist.
A new study may help us better understand how children build social cognition through caregiver interaction.