Scientists showed children videos of other kids eating bell peppers
There is a powerful instinct that tells a mother the care of others pales in comparison to her own. Women have to stop seeing fathers as second best
Schools should not rely on parents to deliver their arts, crafts and design curriculum or act as unpaid home economics teachers
'This is simply not acceptable,' said the charity Help Refugees UK
A study revealing that children as young as seven have been engaged in 'sexting' should be a wake-up call
'For the first time, our research documents that season of birth is actually a planned decision'
Some children can become suicidal, researchers said
The development is a major breakthrough in the treatment of Dravet syndrome - a rare form of the disorder
Compulsory sex education introduced in schools to tackle sexting epidemic.
Children also wanted their parents to be more engaged during conversations
Report reveals harrowing accounts of life for people inside 'open-air prisons' in areas besieged by either government or opposition forces
Hospital staff have been 'obstinate' about treating the girl, fearing government reprisal
Social mobility watchdog calls for greater effort to enable parents find a way through 'maze' of different schemes
Toddlers aren't always great at respecting other people's feelings, so how do (most) people grow out of it?
Baristas in more than 800 branches across the UK will also be trained to cope with breastfeeding mothers
'Parenthood is... a handful of hot sick caught discreetly in a restaurant'