Moms who choose high-quality child care tend to be more involved in their children’s schools. And kids who attend high-quality day cares reap the benefits decades later.
Even a century ago, children were getting less sleep than experts recommended.
Depressed kids may become targets for bullies, a new study finds.
Author Pamela Druckerman praises the French for imposing discipline and order on their kids. But do these high expectations come at the expense of hugs and kisses?
Thinking about getting your kid’s ears pierced? Why a reputable tattoo parlor may be safer than using the piercing gun at the mall.
A new analysis concludes that spanking fails to alter kids’ behavior in the long term. What it does instead is amp up their aggression.
Parents are usually the perpetrators of abuse, largely because they are unprepared to deal with kids’ crying. How a little education could help reverse the trend.
Should infertile couples forgo their desire for biological children and turn instead to adoption?
J.T. Gaskins says his Michigan high school should amend its policy to allow boys to grow their hair long for charitable causes.
Most parents carpool, but many don’t require their own children — or other kids — to buckle into boosters when transporting other kids.
How’s a parent to know when a child is old enough to cross the street — or, in Laura Dekker’s case, the ocean — alone?
Spare a thought for the poor introverts among us. In a world of party animals and glad-handers, they’re the ones who stand by the punch bowl.
Gaby Rodriguez’s mother got pregnant for the first time at age 14. Her sisters got pregnant as teens too. Rodriguez decided to buck the trend — and get creative at the same time