91% of parents say their family is less stressed when they eat together, and 64% of adults report they wish they could share a meal together with their families more often. Researchers say connecting with others, stress reduction, and taking time to slow down are the biggest benefits of a shared family meal time.
Having three or more children was associated with an increased risk of cognitive decline later in life.
Older adults who live with family members or in larger households are at a decreased risk of developing the worst symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, a new study reveals.
A new study reveals how parental stress impacts the holiday season for children. One in five parents say their children have unrealistic expectations for the season, while one in four parents admit to setting overly idealistic expectations for themselves to ensure a perfect holiday. Mothers become more stressed by holiday preparations than fathers.
A new study reports the support of family and friends can help prevent depression in teens. Additionally, those teens who have grown up in difficult family environments were more likely to be bullied at school.
A new study reports the quality of sibling relationship during adolescence has an impact on mental health and risk taking behaviors during adulthood.