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The average time children spend online is now three hours per day, finds a new report.

Children who spend some time in formal childcare are less likely to have behavioural problems than those that are cared for solely at home, according to new research.

A new television programme investigates whether three- and four-year-olds can help elderly people with dementia.

New research has found that children are more likely to display challenging behaviour when their parents are distracted by digital devices such as smartphones and tablets.

Links between the life of John Bowlby and his theory of attachment are explored in a free new exhibition at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

New research, which suggests brain tests at the age of three can predict a child’s life chances, highlights the value of early intervention.

Researchers have found that responses to babies' first gestures have a direct effect on their language development.

Young children could be at greater risk of obesity if they do not get enough sleep, a study suggests.

A study of the effects of sleep training has reignited the debate over the controversial method.

Researchers are hoping they have put anxieties over baby sleep training to bed for good – after a study found the controversial method has no impact on stress hormones or bonding.