Applying the same strategy on children that police use to interrogate suspected criminals isn't good parenting.
Half of measles cases since 2000 occurred in patients who refused vaccines. Continue reading →
Ever get the feeling that presidential candidates talk down to voters? That may be because they're speaking at a 6th grade level.
Child prodigies come from many disciplines -- math, art, and music, to name a few -- but all have one thing in common: They're really young and scary-good at something. What happens when they're no longer whiz kids?
Ingesting the metal can lead to neurological problems in children, studies have shown.
Tonsils are weird. We don't need them, but there they are! What do they do, and why have they failed to prove their usefulness to us?
Belief in Santa turns out to be as ephemeral as childhood itself.
The findings add to growing evidence that the fetal environment influences brain development.
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