Milk, it does a body good. But how much milk does the most good?
Parents of children with autism confront misconceptions connecting the disorder with violence
In the wake of the second deadliest school shooting in U.S. history, parents, administrators and legislators debate whether lockdowns are enough to protect students
The survivors of the Sandy Hook tragedy: how children and families are coping
Explaining the tragedy means answering children’s questions honestly without overwhelming them with too much detail
Explaining why pot is now like alcohol: okay for mom and dad, but not for kids
This week’s TIME cover story (available to subscribers here) asks a simple question with a complicated answer. Sophisticated DNA testing is allowing parents to learn more about the health of their children than ever before, but …
Teens in violent relationships may become victims of aggression as adults
Cravings for unhealthy foods often go hand in hand, which isn’t good news for young waistlines.
It isn’t easy being pregnant, and it sure isn’t easy being a pregnant Kate Middleton.
Would you want to know if your unborn baby is at risk of autism?
It’s been 35 years of DIY pregnancy testing, but the earliest versions looked very different from those available today
Explaining hyperemesis gravidarum