First-Born Children Are Smarter Due To Intense Parenting
New research says that first-born children tend to do better in school due to their parents spending more time stimulating their mental abilities. Later in life, this translates to higher wages, and higher levels of education.
‘Get Off Your Phone!’ Why This Day Care Message Went Viral
A lot of us are attached to our phones, and we carry it anywhere. While some would say it's normal to be on the phone and do other things at the same time, this Texas day care thinks picking up your kids and being on the phone is not a good idea.
How To Cope With Failure: Psychology Unveils Benefits of Defeat
Psychologists offer simple advices on how to cope with failure in a socially and financially competitive world. Surprisingly, dealing with failure also has its advantages.
Thousands Of UK Teenagers Are Neglected At Home, Report Says
Tens of thousands of teenagers from the UK are neglected in some way by parents, research says. According to study, as many as three students in every classroom of 14 and 15-year olds may be missing out on parental support.
Emotionally Involved Dads Raise Well-Behaved Kids
Fathers who confidently embrace parenthood are more likely to produce children who are well-mannered, according to a recent study. Results of this research could help inform policies for improving the upbringing of children and family life.
American Parents Are Doing Less Spanking, More Time-Outs
Compared to three decades ago, parents are now less likely to spank their children when they misbehave. Physical punishment has been called out by child development experts who believe that positive reinforcement is the only way to healthily and effectively shape one’s child.
Babies Losing Weight After Being Born: Is Infant Weight Loss A Normal Happening?
A Mother Had Recently Been Worried After Finding Out That Her Baby Had Lost Some Weight After She Gives Birth To Him, Find Out What Experts Say
Reading Books With Your Child Effective In Skills Development, Says New Study
Can reading books to your child contribute to his success in developing skills for his future? Find out how.
Infants Should Share Rooms With Their Parents, Find Out Why
Room sharing for newborn babies are found to be essential. What does it have to do with the baby's well-being?
Sharing Baby Pictures In Social Media Not A Good Idea, Says Recent Study
Fond of posting updates about your kid online? It would be wise to rethink that.
Smartphone Health Effects: Devices Contaminating Family Life, Says Study
Do smartphones only bring us closer to the ones far from us, or do they keep us away from those around us? Find out what experts have to say.
Top 10 Tips For Good And Effective Parenting
Good parenting helps foster compassion, honesty, self-reliance, self-control, kindness, cooperation, and cheerfulness, says Steinberg. It also encourages intellectual curiosity, motivation, and desire to achieve. It helps shelter children from developing anxiety, depression, eating disorders, anti-social behavior, as well as alcohol and drug abuse.
Funny Parenting Tweets: Moms And Dads Take Parenting In A Whole New Level
Check out these Moms and Dads as they take on Twitter to share their epic parenting style!
Parenting Nightmare: Ask.fm is playground of 57 million hormone-crazed tweens and teens
Ask.fm catches the attention of parents and anti-bullying organizations.