Need to provide adequate mental health services to children

Child rights experts on Monday stressed on the need to provide adequate mental health services for children in institutional child care in order to ensure their smooth and meaningful social inclusion.

Glad to speak about child health at UN: Kajol
Glad to speak about child health at UN: Kajol

Bollywood actress Kajol says she had a memorable stint at the United Nations where her campaign 'Help A Child Reach 5' was appreciated by the dignitaries.

Govt woman employee can get uninterrupted two-year leave for child care:SC

The Supreme Court on Tuesday held that a woman employee of central government can get uninterrupted leave for two years for child care, which also includes needs like examination and sickness.

Sri Lankan court orders war-missing kin held

A Sri Lankan court today ordered the detention and questioning of a woman who has been searching for a 15-year-old son who is among the country`s war missing, a rights activist said. Her 13-year-old daughter was referred to child care officials.

Parenting tips: Ten signs your newborn is ill

Below are some helpful tips to help you know your little one is ill as well as some general guidelines for when to seek medical help.

Irregular bedtimes can affect children`s brain

Irregular bedtimes in early childhood have been linked with low scores in reading, maths in both boys and girls, a study has suggested.

Beckhams pay 438,000 pounds for child`s care

David and Victoria Beckham are spending almost half a million pounds on daughter Harper`s care as the celebrity couple has hired three nannies to pamper the kid round the clock.

Breastfeeding linked to lower risk of SIDS

Babies who are breastfed are less likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.

Breastfeeding linked to lower risk of SIDS

Babies who are breastfed are less likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS.

India behind other nations in child care: HRW

India is falling behind other nations in improving obstetric care as it does not adequately monitor deaths and injuries in the critical period following childbirth and fix gaps in its health system and programmes, HRW has said.

India behind other nations in child care: HRW

India is falling behind other nations in improving obstetric care as it does not adequately monitor deaths and injuries in the critical period following childbirth and fix gaps in its health system and programmes, HRW has said.