Doctors often tell parents of young children to limit television time because it can interfere with learning and language development. Now, a US study suggests TV’s impact on school readiness might be worse for poor kids than for more affluent children.
In humans’ mysterious journey to become intelligent, socializing creatures like no other in the animal world, one innovation played an essential role: religion.
Few words of the commander of the faithful (A.S) when Hazrat Fatima (S.A) martyred. Few words which can lead any person to real. And many questions can rise. What prophet has been told in last minutes of his life and how his daughter has been martyred?
The performance of poor pupils at UK secondary school is rapidly declining, meaning they are far more likely to achieve worse academic results by the time they sit General Certificates of Secondary Education (GCSE), a new report has warned.
Structured physical activity training after a stroke effectively improves brain function, according to research presented at the American Stroke Association's International Stroke Conference 2017.
Islam has made the man and the woman equal in their will and action so far as the management of their lives is concerned.
Over five crore Indians suffered from depression, a major contributor to global suicides which occurred mainly in low and middle-income countries like India in 2015, a World Health Organization (WHO) study has said.
Mothers singing to babies is an age-old practice found across all cultures and traditions. Now US research finds it is actually an important way to create bonds and stimulate children.
Teachers, who are too scared to give children a reassuring pat on the shoulder, are guilty of child abuse, a neurologist warned.
Few women have been hailed under such esteem that their names were risen near that of prophets, and their stories inscribed in the pages of the Quran so that those who wish to learn wisdom would recognise the grace of such characters … Only four women were ever spoken into the Quran – their piety forever enshrined as purified, together true and transcendent.
They may be jokingly referred to as PFBs ― precious first borns ― on popular parenting websites, but a study said first-born children really do reap the benefits of being number one.
Children exposed to harsh parenting are at greater risk of having poor school outcomes, a new study has found.
By Rana Kapoor* The increased focus on human capital development in India’s Budget 2017 to empower the youth is indeed a welcome step
A study from Michigan State University, the US, has found that personality traits among children may be shaped by environment rather than just genes.
Raİfe Cebeci, founder of the Istanbul Montessori Institute (İME), has shared details of the Montessori education method at a seminar.
Studying mice, scientists have fortified evidence that a key purpose of sleep is to recalibrate the brain cells responsible for learning and memory so the animals can 'solidify' lessons learned and use them when they awaken -- in the case of nocturnal mice, the next evening.
Poverty significantly shortens life expectancy and should be regarded as a major health risk factor, a new study suggests.