Emotional abuse of children is the most prevalent and challenging form of neglect. So says the American Academy of Pediatrics. Why doesn't it seem to get the same attention as more visible forms of abuse?
Researchers analyzed couples in the third trimester of pregnancy while they played with dolls and found links with real-life parenting. Continue reading →
Interrupted sleep may be no better than no sleep, new research shows. Continue reading →
We all know booze is bad for unborn babies, but does that really mean NO alcohol at all? Tara explains why it's better to be safe than sorry.
Are young women whose friends are having babies more likely to join the babymaking parade as well? Laci presents some new research findings.
About 200,000 high school students bring weapons to school. Schools should consider focusing interventions on victims as well as bullies, say researchers. Continue reading →
It's a common belief that children living in a home with only one parent are more likely to be unhappy. True or false?
Parents of newborn babies are often woken up in the middle of the night by an infant crying. Conventional wisdom says they do this because they're hungry or need to be changed. But do they really just want to keep mom from having another child?
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