Getting braces doesn’t have to be a scary process, but it can be if you haven’t had some of the more common questions answered ahead of time.
From a caring mom, strong and specific advice for raising kids to be alert, safe — and happy
This parenthood thing is actually getting to be pretty fun, and then it happens: your child enters the “terrible twos.”
Longer days mean more time outside and more physical activity, which translates to increased potential for injuries.
Will they say no to drugs? Do the right thing? Stand up when someone else is being bullied?
Now is the time for parents to start researching camps for their kids and there are a lot to choose from but it’s also the time of year when students have to start thinking about a summer job and being a camp counselor is a popular one.
These days, teenagers can access explicit pornography with just a click or two on any internet-enabled device, including a phone.
Allowing for the seven hours they were in school each day, they were clearly making up for lost time post bedtime by surfing the Web and texting late at night.
Ever wondered how to make time stand still? Try having a twelve-year-old home all summer with nothing to do.
A new study published online in the journal Pediatrics finds injuries to young children associated with nursery products happen at an alarming rate and the problem is on the rise.
If there’s one question a middle-schooler asks himself more than any other, it’s “Who am I?”
Human Milk Matters - New study shows expanded benefits for premature babies on exclusive human-milk diet
Nutrition is one of the most critical factors in healthy child development, but this is especially true for babies born prematurely.
Many prospective adoptive families spend months or even years completing paperwork and waiting for placement of a child.
Keeping family values front and center may be easier than you think when you make a commitment to carving out meaningful moments to share.