Have you ever forgotten your baby in the car? Pay more attention as the baby can die of heatstroke or poisonous gas if the car AC is on. To alert parents, a non-profit organisation called Kars4Kids in Lakewood, New Jersey, has created a free smartphone app.
How your kids turn out is no one's fault; sometimes not even your own. It's about time you stopped blaming Honey Singh for everything.
A new facial recognition tool can help find missing children by rapidly matching the pictures of kids with their biological parents.
With easy access to Internet and smart gadgets, a growing number of children in the country today are falling prey to cyberbullying, security software firm Symantec said. However, more disturbing is the fact that a majority of the parents don’t feel their child is being bullied online.
In her new book, The Triple Package, which she has written with her Jewish husband, Amy Chua names the six 'cultural groups' which she believes to be exceptional: Chinese, Jewish, Indian, Iranian, Lebanese-Americans, Nigerians, Cuban exiles and Mormons
A Nimhans report finds that one in five patients seeking psychiatric help is a toddler. Instead of panicking about working parents and a collapse of the family, a more practical solution likes in good daycare centres.
Sure, we have pushy moms who want their kids to excel in studies. But playtime? Is it now more about play, or one more competitive rat-race?
Why would you bring a five-year-old to see I, Me, Aur Main? And then spend much of the film with your hand clamped over her eyes? Rajyasree Sen says movie-watching in India can be an emotionally scarring experience for everyone concerned.
There’s a lot of nonsense talked about how modern day parents are too soft on their kids. But the reality is that many – if not most -- parents think beating is an effective way to discipline children, whether at home or at school.
The first ever fashion week for kids features the predictable array of narcissistic little girls and their pushy parents. But why blame them when we're all eager participants in the cult of the beauty queen.
There's no trauma. She doesn't need honey and lemon or voice lessons. She's just shy. In India today raising a shy child is a tough job. Everyone thinks a shy kid can never realise her dreams.