Pediatricians and development experts have strongly urged parents, once again, to limit the amount of television their young children watch.
The American Academy of Pediatrics released a recommendation to all parents of children under 2 years old Tuesday. It stressed that any time spent in front of a video screen provides no educational benefits for children under age 2 and can even delay developm
The Commons Science and Technology Committee in the United Kingdom is considering increasing its guidelines for healthy alcohol consumption, which currently state men shouldn’t routinely drink more than four units of alcohol a day — about two pints of beer — and women should limit themselves to three units — a large glass of wine.
Doctors have cast doubts on the recommendations, put in place by th
We all know eating too much and moving too little can add a little extra around the waist. But can your personality lead to weight gain too?
A new study published by the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology says it’s possible.
Three researchers from the US Department of Health and Human Services followed nearly 2,000 people over a 50-year life span and found those who were more impulsive w
It’s okay for a parent and a toddler to sleep in the same bed, according to a new study.
Bed sharing has always been a topic of disagreement among parenting experts: some endorse the practice, while others say it’s a bad idea.
Who says men don’t like to cuddle? Not the Kinsey Institute.
The group that studies human sexuality recently asked 1,009 heterosexual middle-aged and older couples in long-term relationships about how satisfied they are with their relationships and sex lives. The results may surprise you.
For years, traditional wisdom has held that when both halves of a couple works, they spend less time together and are thus less happy in their marriages.
A new study, however, seems to disprove that theory.
A recent Gallup poll of 1,020 adults shows that, if Americans could only have one child, they’d rather have a boy than a girl
According to the poll, published Thursday, 40 percent said they’d want to have a boy, while 28 percent said they’d rather have a girl instead.