Monthly Archives: November 2008

First ever study on psychological effects of buggies reveals life in a 21st century baby buggy can be emotionally isolated and language poor

The most popular style of baby buggies – those that face away from the pusher – may be undermining children's development. Children in such buggies are significantly less likely to talk, laugh, and interact with their parents, than are those in buggies that face the pusher, according to the first ever research study on the psychological effects of buggies on babies.

2017-07-05T12:20:16+01:00November 17th, 2008|Categories: Press releases|