Findings could lead to tests that identify the disorder before kids fall far behind their peers, says UB psychologist
There is not enough evidence to confirm that screen time is in itself harmful to child health at any age, making it impossible to recommend age appropriate time limits.
PHE launches new Change4Life campaign to help families cut back on sugar.
Study found that parents spend more time talking with children about the mechanics of using their mobile devices than they do about what they watch and download
Report compares 49 countries; says 75 percent of countries have failing physical activity grades
New research shows it’s better to express negative emotions in a healthy way than to tamp them down
Screen-time has little impact on the quality of children’s sleep, according to new Oxford University.
New research to be presented at the 2018 American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference & Exhibition looks at how school life is depicted on children’s TV shows and what influence it may have on how children perceive school
Ninety-five percent of reviewed apps for children ages 5 and under include at least one form of advertising, a new U-M study finds; why parents should pay attention
At a time different parts of the brain are supposed to be talking to each other or working together, the communication between different regions of the brain appears to take unexpected exits and detours for no apparent reason.