A new study suggests children with a high IQ are more likely to avoid major health problem and live longer.
People no longer values education as much, leading to more stupid people, according to study.
A study on elephant intelligence has been discovered and will be featured in a documentary on Nat Geo Wild on June 19.
Children and adolescents with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)--a group of developmental disabilities that can result in social, communication and behavioral challenges--become more conscious that they're different than others when their intelligence is unaffected.
Children who were left without parental care for extended periods show larger gray matter volumes in their brain, according to a recent study.
Coffee is continuously in the news for its beneficial effect, but some health experts have questioned whether it's safe for pregnant women to drink. Now, they've found that indulging in a cup of Joe won't negatively impact your future child-particularly the development of his or her IQ.
University of Vienna researchers have revealed in a study that having a larger brain doesn't necessarily prove that a higher IQ is guaranteed.
So much of a child's future is in the hands of various environmental factors as he or she develops. Yet some things, too, are already set in stone.
Were you born first, second, or third? Apparently, it doesn't matter. Scientists have found that birth orders don't necessarily affect your life down the line.
New findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences show that adults who were raised in educated households are more likely to develop higher cognitive ability than those who were brought up in less ideal environments.