29 May 2015
Toronto: Inadequate and poor sleep quality may adversely affect the performance of children in intelligence tests, suggests a research."This is an important discovery that confirms the major role of sleep in consolidating cognitive abilities," said researcher Roger Godbout, professor at the University of Montreal in Canada.
29 May 2015
Washington: Indian-American kids today maintained their complete dominance in the annual Scripps National Spelling Bee contest by winning the prestigious competition for the eighth year in a row.
20 May 2015
Washington: If your child often throws tantrums, consider it as any other medical problem and do consult your doctor, says a new study.
18 May 2015
New York: One simple way to make children eat more healthy is to help them grow vegetables in the gardens, says a new research.
22 May 2015
New York: Are you wondering how to make your adolescent kid avoid eating unhealthy in the evening? Researchers have found that high-protein afternoon snacks, particularly soy foods, reduce unhealthy evening snacking in teenagers, thereby preventing obesity.
15 May 2015
New York: The commonly prescribed antibiotics can lead to changes in the gut bacteria of kids and make them vulnerable to infectious diseases, allergies and other autoimmune disorders, and even obesity, later in life, warns a new study.
30 Apr 2015
Mumbai: Actress Kajol has lauded the efforts to help Nepal cope with the devastation caused by the earthquake, saying such trying times unite the world.
17 May 2015
New Delhi: More than 2,100 children have gone missing in the national capital till April 15 this year, continuing the disturbing trend of 20 kids disappearing from the city everyday for the last few years.
08 May 2015
New York: Children going to bed at a fixed time every night have a much better sleep than those who do not follow a bedtime routine, says a study involving over 10,000 mothers from 14 countries.
28 Apr 2015
Toronto: Despite the best efforts of parents, children who are allergic to peanuts are far more likely to be exposed to them in their own homes that at school, say a study.