A new study has revealed that mothers who sing lullabies can promote infant development. Infant-directed singing helps babies learn to regulate their emotions, which allows them to later navigate ...
According to a new study from the Medical University of Vienna, viral infections during pregnancy have an impact on the mother's brain and postpartum behaviour
In the new study, the researchers analysed data on 7,855 infants born in between 2000 to 2002 and followed until age 14 as part of the UK Millennium Cohort Study
Daycare centres, privately run or in-house, are a big factor for working mother, especially for the mothers in urban areas who live in nuclear families
A new study led by the Rutgers School of Nursing has found that children who don't wear diapers do not get quality sleep
More Syrian children are in need than at any time since a devastating civil war erupted over a decade ago, but funding for them is "dwindling", the United Nations warned Sunday.
A new study has provided initial evidence that daytime naps could be beneficial for preschool children's learning of letter-sound skills
Researchers have found that toddlers whose mothers received special coaching in talking about memories could experience better well-being
A survey of around 1,300 Zurich school children, their parents and teachers suggested that the more time children spend in external day care, the more likely they are to exhibit problematic behaviour
The WHO declined to comment on individual companies, and does not name them in the report, but said that there were no substantial differences between their practices
Physicians of the hospital are struggling to provide health services to the patients due to manpower shortage as only one physician is available here
The objective of setting up daycare centres has been ignored. There are 119 daycare centres under the department of women’s affairs
New research has found that newborns that sleep longer and wake up less throughout the night are less likely to be overweight in infancy. The study has been published in the 'Sleep Journal'