40% of children wriggle out of carseat restraints while the car is moving. Children as young as 12 months and still too young to walk are finding ways to wriggle out of protective car restraints and are increasing their risk of serious injuries, a study shows. 40% of the children unbuckle themselves while the car […]
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Behold the many digits of Lei Yadi Min. A one-year-old girl from China has set a new world record for having the most fingers and toes on any living person…
“Independent mobility is crucial in the development of typical infants,” says the research. A baby transporter for mobility-impaired children would ensure confidence, independence and proper cognitive development, researchers say. So they recommend babies start driving around on sonar-equipped robots.
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Periodic table blocks If your kid’s already got their ABC’s down pat by age 2, maybe it’s time to up the educational ante with some wooden building blocks featuring the periodic table. (Pics)
Featured invention at the DaVinci Inventor Showcase 2010 The Caregiver Reminder Bracelet is a simple, economical device that, when used consistently, can eliminate a tragic problem in our hectic world.
Taga Bike Taga combines the fun of a bicycle with the functionality of a baby stroller. The Taga Bike only looks a bit silly until you watch the video. The baby-friendly bike becomes a stroller in just 20 seconds! (Pics and video)
How many times haven’t you said, “If only I could harness all that energy.” Now you can with the handy device shown here.
Yes, you read that right. A 29-year old Peruvian woman’s breasts grew to the size of an N cup after giving birth to her third child. Julia Manihuari’s breasts were so heavy that she would actually faint if she tried to get up: The pint-sized farmer’s wife, who lives in northern Peru, was finally helped […]
Sikker Baby Monitor Baby monitors have been around for decades, but the only thing most of them can do is let you know if the kid starts crying. The Sikker (Danish for safety) baby monitor is designed give parents a much better idea of how the baby is doing. (Pics)
Technology could soon identify why baby is crying. Babies change their cry to signify if they are hungry, sad or even in pain, and technology could soon identify which, scientists believe. Identifying the changes could lead to the development of baby monitors capable of diagnosing an infant’s complaint, they claim.
John Vogel of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) with the first wild grass to be sequenced, Brachypodium distachyon. U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) scientists and their colleagues at the Department of Energy (DOE) Joint Genome Institute have announced that they have completed sequencing the genome of a kind of wild […]