Scientists have finally developed a concrete mathematical formula to help women who are trying to start a family.
Experts have getting pregnant down to a science. Researchers from the University of Warwick and the London School of Economics have calculated a woman’s odds of conceiving based on age and length of time she has been trying to get pregnant.
Having a baby boy may lead to male DNA lingering in the mother’s brain, says a new study from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle. Keep reading for more details.
There’s nothing like a bond between a mother and her son, but now the connection goes further than scientists originally thought, according to a new study.
A new study reports that preschool-aged kids who can sit still and focus have a better chance of graduating college than their more distracted classmates. Read on to find out why.
A new study from Oregon State University has concluded that kids who can sit and focus are more likely to graduate from college than young children who get easily distracted, according to data that was collected during a span of 25 years.
Good news, Jennifer Garner — your daughter Violet isn’t pitching a fit on because you’re a bad parent. A new study proves that kids’ brains are programmed to scream and shout until they get their way.
Here’s some interesting news. Apparently kids, like 4-year-old Violet Affleck, aren’t having temper tantrums because they’re budding drama queens and kings. According to the Daily Mail, a new scientific study shows it’s natural for toddlers to put their own wants and needs first because their brains aren’t fully developed yet and they only know how to focus on themselves. Keep that in mind the next time your tyke has a meltdown while standing in the checkout line at the supermaket.