The first year is critical for your baby; development is so fast that his or her brain will quadruple in size during these 12 months.We all want our babies to grow into healthy, happy toddlers, and giving them fun mental stimulation will help
Every mum wants her baby to grow into a healthy, happy toddler. Giving her some fun, mental stimulation helps develop new brain connections which form part of her adult brain.Mummy TimeSpending quality time with your child benefits her in so many
A study by Bristol University found that mums-to-be who ate fish three times a week had children with higher verbal IQs, more advanced communication skills and better behaviour.Omega-3 fatty acids help your unborn baby's brain, nervous system
By the time he is 3, your toddler's brain will have tripled in size since birth. This is the biggest learning curve of his life and a time when his brain is developing trillions of connections.At the same time, he is increasingly physically active
The brain-boosting benefits of oily fish have long been recognised, but warnings about mercury levels may be stopping you from making it a regular fixture on your child's dinner plate.However, a 10-year study from the University of Rochester
study from the University of Oregon hearing the sounds of arguments affects how a baby’s brain processes emotional tones of a voice, reports RedOrbit. The study looked at 25 infants ranging in age from 6 to 12 months and discovered that babies’ brains
Crying all the timeWhat is it? Bursting into tears for no particular reason: a TV advert, walking past an old person, seeing a beautiful sunset... Why? It's mostly hormone-related, but can also be down to feeling anxious or depressed about the pregnancy, and worried about the fut...
What you feed your children can have a very positive affect on their health, behaviour, learning and happiness, according to leading nutritionist Patrick Holford, who is Chief Executive for the Food for the Brain Foundation.By selecting the right
found to help cells grow and work correctly.Scientists at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill* found that choline is essential for the healthy development of unborn babies brains. They studied the effects of choline in mice and found that mice
Eating fish during pregnancy will help your unborn child's health and mental development, a study by Danish researchers concludes.The project looked at 25,446 children. It found that the babies of women who ate the most fish while pregnant had a 30% better physical and mental dev...