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NAG YOUR DAUGHTERS
Want to raise successful daughters? Science says, nag the heck out of them.
For tweens, eye-rolling and backtalk really means, "Thank you for the helpful advice. I shall endeavour to act accordingly".
The sooner you expose a baby to a second language, the smarter he will be.
A new study by the University of Washington shows that babies raised in bilingual environments develop core cognitive skills like decision-making and problem-solving - and that is before they can talk.
Is the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet right for you?
This diet has become the rage among ultra-endurance athletes and elite soldiers.
STAY TUNED TO TEENS
What teens need most from their parents.
Adolescence is an opportunity for parents to stay tuned in and emotionally connected.
DEPRESSION IN MEN
In men, depression is different.
Statistics show that men become depressed less often than women do, but that is not the full picture.