The brains of children with autism contain a built-in patchwork of defects, suggesting that the developmental disorder begins while they are growing in the womb.
Infants have an innate reluctance to touch plants — an aversion that protects them from potential dangers, such as toxins and thorns.
For the first time in decades, there has been a widespread decrease in obesity rates among low-income pre-schoolers, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Do identical twins share a connection that leads them toward parallel lives? Continue reading →
Proponents of outdoor napping, a Nordic tradition, insist it makes children healthier. ->
A new study may explain why some children report paranormal experiences with ghosts, fairies and monsters. ->
After being told she misspelled the word, Lori Anne Madison grew wide-eyed.
Four-year-olds who watched fast-paced shows like "SpongeBob SquarePants" scored much lower in tests.
+ Load More