This month: ‘Super-Parent’ Cultural Pressures Can Spur Mental Health Conditions; New Study Focuses on In-Flight Risk to Infants & much more.
Read on to find out what you can do to help your child overcome their fears, and begin building confidence in math.
With a little planning you can organize your schedule and create new routines so you can tame morning madness
Preparations parents can make for minimizing homework trouble and helping their kids succeed
Read on for tips and advice to minimize the risks and get your child rolling safely down the road.
Five classic movies you may remember from your younger years, which make great escapes when you need to take a break from the heat.
Sometimes parenting is like kayaking and you just need to set your paddle in the water and push against the current to get back on course.
This month: Teen's financial literacy is below average; Children of gay parents are happier and healthier; New info regarding SIDS and much more
For a fragile stepfamily, summer vacations can be a recipe for disaster. Here are a few ideas to help create a more peaceful stepfamily vacation.
Here's a few tips that might help you out the next time you suspect your little one has hidden your car keys, your flash drive, or your iPhone.
Investigators at UC San Diego analyzed 25 genes in brain tissue of children with and without autism examining the cortical layers of the brain in each.
Here is a list of all the crucial items you will want to check off your list before the first day of school arrives.