children Archive

Cuts, Burns & Wounds First Aid for Kids: Each child has a period in life when it is practically impossible to avoid injuries. Scratches, bruises, cuts, and burns – not a...
School Performance Depends on the Genes, not Teachers: The scientists from King's College London have found that students' performance at school depends on a set of genes rather...
Mumps Causes & Treatment: What is mumps? What if the child caught this infectious disease? How to avoid the possibility of catching mumps?...
10 Tips on How to Maintain Kids’ Oral Health: Visiting a dentist is a nightmare for both children and parents. However, proper dental care and timely prevention will help to...
How to Make Kids Eat Veggies?: If you want to make children eat wholesome vegetables that do not seem tasty to them, feel free to use cheese sauce and ketchup. Such advice was given...
Why Getting Your Kid a Pet?: Psychologists believe that every child needs to get a pet. When a child has a strong emotional connection to the pet, he or she will surely become a...
Paracetamol Dangerous for Infants: Scientists have found that paracetamol is able to intervene in the formation of a child’s brain. It sometimes can seriously harm an unborn baby,...
Choosing Toys for Children under 2 Years of Age: A child grows and develops, so his or her toys should also gradually change and become more complex. Let’s see what toys for...
What Is Childhood Amnesia?: Scientists have been able to establish when memories of the very first years of life begin to disappear. The earliest memories are erased at the age of...
Spoon Feeding Makes Kids Overweight: If you're introducing a new type of food to your kid and you spoon-feed them, give up the habit as soon as possible. A study in the UK showed...
Pros & Cons of Raising Musical Kids: We always want our child to grow up the most talented and intelligent one. We expect the child to be broad-minded. Therefore, parents often...
ADHD Syndrome Doesn’t Exist: According to a famous American neurologist, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) does not exist in nature. He believes that this...
Growing up Poor Changes Kid’s Brain: Chronic stress experienced by children from low-income families reduces their ability to manage their emotions in adulthood. ...
Childhood Obesity Rates Rapidly Increasing: In the UK, shocking statistics on childhood obesity in one of the major cities were published. More than 40% of children have excess...
Girls Can Hide Being Autistic: The scientists from University College London have found that thousands of girls in the UK may have non-diagnosed autism. This is due to the fact that...
Parents Impact Child’s Mind Before Conception: Father’s experience is deposited in the DNA of male offsprings - such a sensational conclusion was made by a group of...
Physical Activity Helps to Deal with Aggression in Kids: Sports can prevent the occurrence of attacks of aggression in children. It is very important to have regular exercise. It...
Why Developing Self-Esteem in Your Kid?: Self-confident people may produce an unpleasant impression when communicating. However, experts believe that confidence in your abilities is...
Winter Nutrition Tips for Kids: Finally it is winter – the season of skiing, skating, snowball games and building snow forts. All these important things require a lot of strength...
Kids Getting Weaker with Each Generation: Today's children run a lot worse than their parents did at the same age. The researchers found out that today's children need 30 seconds...
Childhood Music Lessons Boost Brain Reactions: Music lessons in childhood help to preserve hearing later in life. This is the conclusion drawn by the researchers from Northwestern...
Girls Have Puberty Set in Earlier Due to Obesity: It emerges that girls are experiencing puberty earlier than before these days - which is believed to be the result of spreading...
Sun Is the Best ADHD Remedy: The researchers from the University of Utrecht in the Netherlands have come to the conclusion that the children living in the sunniest areas are less...
Why Do Children Need a Sleep-Wake Schedule?: Violation of sleep is bad for the behavior and brain development in children....