It may be the ultimate test of a parent’s devotion
Paltrow reveals her latest diet decisions in her new cookbook. And they don’t include some of children’s favorite comfort foods.
In more than two decades as a child-abuse pediatrician, Dr. Lynn Sheets has noticed a trend.
Finding the right balance of structured play for toddlers could be the key to making universal preschool work
Parents of a transgender girl complained when their daughter, born a boy, was told to use the boys’ bathroom
A new study in the “Journal of Child and Family Studies” found that being overly involved in your grownup kids’ lives can do more harm than good
It’s not just the victims of bullying that experience long-term consequences; bullies themselves are also at risk of mental health issues later in life.
If parents can’t limit their children’s TV time, then they can at least try to improve what youngsters are watching.
To promote the need for immunizations, public health groups turn to mothers.
Encouragement and praise can come in many forms, and some ways are better for child development than others
Do some kids need a break from Facebook?
A week after he was taken hostage in an underground bunker, Ethan is now free.
With childhood obesity rates on the rise, pediatricians are doing something they couldn’t have imagined a need for a decade ago: they’re debuting guidelines for managing weight-related diabetes among youngsters.