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Heavy Facebook users more likely to argue with parents

Heavy Facebook users more likely to argue with parents

Children who spend a lot of time on social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are less happy with their appearance and they are more likely to quarrel with their parents, show results of a survey.

DNA: Analyzing the negligence of parents towards child safety

Analyzing negligence of parents towards their child safety. Watch complete news story of DNA for getting detailed updates!

Active parent involvement reduces obesity risk in children: Study

Are you worried about the unhealthy lifestyle of your children? If yes, then start engaging with them in their activities.

Use alternatives to food to comfort infants: Study

Parents could reward infants with activity or cuddling rather than food, encouraging healthy behaviour and lifestyle in the future, says a study.

How to prevent obesity, eating disorders in teenagers

Quick, substantial weight loss methods can trigger medical consequences such as unstable heart rate.

Depression in parents, grandparents bad for kids

 Children whose parents and grandparents are suffering from depression are at a higher risk of suffering from major depressive disorder (MDD), according to a study.

Try these foods to boost your child's immunity during monsoon!

Besides giving us relief from the intense summer heat, monsoon also brings along the season of cold and flu.

ADHD and academic demands: Tips for helping a child with attention deficit!

ADHD, as the name suggests, is a neurodevelopmental condition which is characterized by problems in paying attention (inattention), excessive activity than expected for age (hyperactivity) and difficult controlling behavior which is not appropriate for a person’s age (impulsivity).

Bright future! Energy saving behaviour spreads from children to parents

Bright future! Energy saving behaviour spreads from children to parents

Girl Scouts and their parents have reported an increase in energy-saving behaviours after the children participated in an intervention programme, revealed a study.

HRD Minister Smriti Irani asks parents, teachers to spend time with children practising yoga

HRD Minister Smriti Irani asks parents, teachers to spend time with children practising yoga

Parents and teachers should spend time with children practising yoga as scientific evidence shows that the ancient exercise form improves motor skills and hand-eye coordination, HRD Minister Smriti Irani said today.

Reasons why you should let your kids eat dirt!

Microbial exposure during early life has been linked to greater protection from illnesses such as allergies, asthma, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), asthma, obesity, diabetes, etc, later in life.

Pratyusha Banerjee case: Actress' parents launch signature campaign for CBI probe

Pratyusha Banerjee case: Actress' parents launch signature campaign for CBI probe

The signature campaign launched by parents of late TV actress Pratyusha Banerjee to garner support for a CBI probe into her unnatural death received a good response as over 1000 people signed in favour of the demand today.

What happens when you comment on your daughter's weight!

The findings suggest that commenting about girls' weight can have a negative impact later in life.

Why forbidding internet use is not good for your kid

Avoiding the internet is not a realistic option for most teenagers, said Pamela Wisniewski, assistant professor in computer science at University of Central Florida in the US. 
 

Congress for Constitutional Commission to check high school fees

Congress has said a constitutional commission be set up for checking exorbitant fees by some private schools.

Parents stay more worried about kids born premature

 Parents of very premature babies are more worried about their grown-up child's lives than parents whose babies are born in full term, says a study.

Parents stay more worried about kids born premature

Parents stay more worried about kids born premature

The study also shows that those born very premature agree with their parents.

How to spot Type 1 diabetes in children: Watch!

Here is how to spot the four most common symptoms of Type 1 diabetes in children and young people.

Regulate private school fee structure: Parents to government

Regulate private school fee structure: Parents to government

AIPA said the govt should enact a national law on the lines of the Allahabad HC ruling directing all public servants to send their children to government schools.

This is why you should teach your child to be financially sound

Parents should focus on financial empowerment of children at a young age itself when their minds are open to understanding concepts and building notions.