India is home to the world's largest number of stunted children due to a lack of toilets, dirty water and poor hygiene, according to a new study published on Tuesday.
University of Toronto and MIT researchers have discovered important differences between lower and higher-income children in their ability to use "working memory," a key brain function responsible for everything from remembering ...
Ask any mom or dad and they will tell you: parenting is hard work. For those parents and caregivers who struggle with the nature or the demands of child rearing, sometimes help is hard to find.
More than half of UK parents think popular social media sites hamper their children's moral development, according to a poll commissioned by researchers at the University of Birmingham.
New research into birth order effects has found that the last-born children of non-entrepreneurial parents are more likely to go into business than first-borns.
A study led by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development finds a startling scarcity of children's books in low-income neighborhoods in Detroit, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles.
Covered in dust and without protective kit, two seven-year-old boys gather stones in cups.
It's in our tap water, toothpaste and even in tea. Fluoride has helped reduce cavities in children for decades.
New research finds that foster carers who have faced unproven allegations of abuse from the children they are looking after often have little support afterwards.
Exposure to prompts to make in-app purchases in mobile games has a significant impact on children's purchasing behaviour, according to a recent study funded by the European Commission involving Dr Giuseppe Veltri, who now ...