- Children are highly motivated to make an emotional investment in their siblings, even following parents' divorce.
- The United States Preventive Services Task Force does not recommend universal screening of young children for autism.
- Infant girls who are at risk for developing autism pay more attention to faces and other social cues compared to other babies.
- Domestic violence combined with a cold or permissive parenting style may produce a narcissistic teen who physically abuses parents.
- Adult children who report themselves to be their mother's favorite suffer from tension with their siblings and depression: study.
- Following remarriage and divorce, children take their cues from their parents when deciding how to continue step-family relationships.
Supreme Court Repeals DOMA: Ruling Could Mean Big Changes In Same-Sex Couples’ Access To Health CareThe Supreme Court's repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act is important for same-sex couples and their children who will now receive the same health care benefits as families of heterosexual couples.
- Take this Memorial Day 3-day weekend to travel with your family and soak up the health benefits these five cities have to offer.
- Parents can improve their children's weight by simply keeping them longer at the dinner table, according to a new study.
- China's government has just passed a law requiring adults to regularly visit their parents or risk being sued.
- Sibling fights occur in almost every house and are often harmless arguments, however, if left unresolved these small fights can lead to anxiety and depression among children.
- Researchers found that having a younger brother can raise a person's blood pressure by 3 percent to 5.9 percent, and having a younger sister can raise a person's blood pressure by 3.8 percent.