Social media can make children more likely to have eating disorders because it makes them more impulsive, study finds
Social media can make children more likely to have eating disorders or try drugs because it makes them more impulsive, a new study suggests. Too much social media - which includes Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp,
I drove with a heavy foot, forgetting laws and penalties for speeders. I didn’t even consider my husband’s warnings about the additional scrutiny on my Indiana plates in the South. I didn’t care. My heart
In a PEOPLE exclusive clip of next Monday’s Red Table Talk, the actress, 47, and her mother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris, spoke to world-renowned couple’s therapist Esther Perel to discuss betrayals within
Raising kids who thrive in the world takes work and intention, but researchers have found that several specific tactics help. Raising children to grow up safely and thrive in the world is certainly the
A critical dad bashed a mom for bathing with her 11-year-old son — here's what a child psychologist says about being naked
• A mother appeared on a UK talk show to defend her practice of bathing with her 10- and 11-year-old sons.• Another guest on the show — and several people on Twitter — criticized the practice.• INSIDER
According to a new study published in Infant and Child Development, moms who share their beds or rooms with their babies for more than six months may have a higher rate of feeling depressed or judged.