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Having a Child with Cancer Doesn’t Impact Parents’ Separation: Researchers

Contrary to traditional belief, researchers now say that having a child with cancer did not appear to impact parents' risk of separation or divorce...

Poor Sleep During Infancy Can Lead to Depression: Study

Researchers have found that disrupted and poor quality sleep in the earliest months of a child's life or infancy can be an indicator of...

Know About the Importance of Prebiotics

Science has revealed that the human body hosts ten times more microorganisms than the tissue cells it has; microorganisms, that account for about 2.5...

Childhood Ignorance and Abuse Leads to Smoking Cigarettes

Health and lifestyle researchers have found that children who have been abused, mistreated or neglected at home are more likely to start smoking cigarettes...

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Childhood Cancer

Cancer remains one of the leading causes of death from disease in childhood. Each year, many children between birth and the age of 18...

Exposure to Influenza in Childhood Affects Body’s Lifelong Response to Flu: Study

The first type of influenza virus we are exposed to in early childhood dictates our ability to fight the flu for the rest of...

Heavier Babies are More Prone to Childhood Allergies: Research

Parents, take note. Researchers have found that heavier babies are more likely to suffer childhood food allergies or eczema. For the study, published in the...

Girls Who are More Physically Active in Childhood may Have Better Lung Functioning in Adolescence

Parents, please take note. Researchers have demonstrated an association between regular physical activity during childhood and higher lung function in adolescent girls compared to...

Physical Activity in Early Childhood Affects Future Cardiovascular Health

Physical activity in early childhood may have an impact on cardiovascular health later in life, according to a study. Published in the journal Pediatrics, the...

Adversity During Childhood Increases Risk of Mental Health Disorder

Kids who grow up in poverty and face adverse experiences are at a greater risk of suffering from mental health disorders such as depression and anxiety, warn researchers. Low...

Conflicts with Your Mother in Childhood May Reduce Purpose in Life Later

Children who have more conflict with their mothers during early years of elementary school may be at difficulty finding a sense of purpose in life during...

Childhood Violence May Spur Puberty, Depression: Study

Children who are exposed to violence such as physical, emotional, or sexual abuse are more likely to experience faster biological ageing, including pubertal development and increased symptoms of...

High Immunity Protein at Birth Cuts Childhood Malaria Risk

Newborn babies who are born with a high level of an immune-related protein in their blood cells are less likely to develop malaria throughout...

Childhood Stress You Suffered May Affect Your Kids

Experiencing childhood trauma resulting from separation of parents or witnessing violence at home may have long-term effects, suggests a new study that found that...

Testosterone Level Determined by Environment During Childhood, Says Study

Men who grew up in challenging conditions like prevalence of infectious diseases or poor nutrition may have lower levels of testosterone -- male sex...

Study Shows That Childhood Friendships Can be Affected by Negative Parenting

Negative features of parenting, such as depression and psychological control, increasing the risk of breaking up childhood friendships, finds a study. The results showed that...

Trauma in Childhood is Linked to Negative Outcomes in Adulthood

Do you want your children to be happy when they grow up? If yes, then you have to make sure that they are not...

Good education can curb childhood abuse effects: Study

A good education may help reduce effects of childhood abuse Abuse which children suffer in young age can make them criminals Poor grades...

May 19 is Ruskin Bond’s 83rd Birthday: Author Ruskin Bond’s memories of his Dearest Father

- by Saket Suman New Delhi, May 18, 2017: It is almost customary for Ruskin Bond to surprise his readers with a subtle reference to his...

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National Gallery Of Modern Art Initiates Audio-Visual Guide

New Delhi-based National Gallery of Modern Art (NGMA) has launched its Audio-Visual Guide App. It will be possible for museum viewers to listen to...