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Engaging in fantasy play could benefit creative thinking in children

Engaging in fantasy play could benefit creative thinking in children. This is one of the findings of a study being presented today, Thursday 15 September, by Dr Louise Bunce of Oxford Brookes University to the annual conference of the British...

Dad’s Nicotine Use Impacts Kids’ Disease Risk

A father's nicotine use may have a significant impact on children's risk of some diseases. In a study published in the online biomedical sciences journal eLife, Oliver J. Rando, MD, PhD, and colleagues at UMass Medical School, demonstrate that mice...

Pets — not siblings — are child’s best friends, researchers find

Children get more satisfaction from relationships with their pets than with their brothers or sisters, according to new research from the University of Cambridge. Children also appear to get on even better with their animal companions than with siblings. The...

Watch: Parents Teaching Kids Consent

Here is a new video that offers a significant perspective at how parents bring up the topic of sex and consent with their kids. This video produced by Cut shows parents explaining the meaning of consent to their children. With the...

8 Tips to Make Diaper Changing Easier and Fun

Diaper changing can be a daunting and challenging task for you as a liable mom and housewife. These eight simple tips will make diaper changing an easier and fun process for you and your baby. No matter how cooperative your...

Choosing the Best School for Our Children

With all the news around the globe, it seems that we are at the time and age where finding a job is no longer a walk in the park. Many students either have a problem of choosing the course...

Defy Aging: Have More Babies

A new study, published out of Simon Fraser University in Canada and published in the journal PLOS One, suggests that the more children a woman bears, the slower her cells are to age. Thirteen years in the making, this study...

Study Shows: Pregnancy Makes You Look Younger

Ever wondered why we see pregnant women having that glowing skin and full-of-volume hair? Being pregnant seemingly gives that special glow or some kind of rejuvenating effect, on mums-to-be. Well, this "pregnancy glow" has now been explained by science. "New...

Babies’ brains show that social skills linked to second language learning

Babies learn language best by interacting with people rather than passively through a video or audio recording. But it's been unclear what aspects of social interactions make them so important for learning. New findings by researchers at the Institute for...

Breastfeeding may lower risk of childhood leukemia, study suggests

Breastfeeding for six months or longer was associated with a lower risk of childhood leukemia compared with children who were never breastfed or who were breastfed for a shorter time, according to an article published online by JAMA Pediatrics. Leukemia...