Squabbles over two topics in particular could be especially damaging, researchers say
The holidays means family, and that includes the youngest members who don’t always behave
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
Finally, a little good news concerning the nation’s rising obesity rates: rates among children in some cities and states are starting to drop.
How do you teach preschoolers about divorce? If you’re Sesame Street, the answer is simple: very, very carefully.
Cooking isn’t just for girls, so culinary-inspired toys shouldn’t be either, says McKenna Pope
The actress says it didn’t, but we can’t help but wonder
Studies continue to suggest that in utero exposure to pollution can raise the risk of autism
Will discussing and prescribing emergency contraception help lower teen pregnancy in the U.S.?
Reading a story before bed can help children to sleep, but what about working through a math problem?
With growing evidence that boys, like girls, are maturing at ever younger ages, who’s ready with helpful advice?