Parents who constantly find themselves wiping food off the high chair, the table, the walls, the ceiling and even the dog …
While gym class may seem like an extraneous part of an academic program, getting aerobic exercise can help students to learn and remember more.
With summer vacation about to start, kids will inevitably spend even more time online. So here are some tips for making sure they’re only seeing what’s appropriate for them.
Through social media, children are finding ways to make a difference — and take a stand — on hunger, homelessness, and much more.
Why would someone celebrated as a hero break the rules? Lance Armstrong’s decision to stop fighting antidoping charges prompts parents to parse right and wrong
The most popular age at which parents give their kids cell phones is 12. Are tweens ready to handle the responsibility of their own digital link to the world?
Researchers think certain environmental changes over the past decade have helped push kids’ cholesterol levels down. The bad news: American youngsters are still way too fat
The majority of allergic reactions in kids are accidental — typically due to caregivers’ forgetfulness or lapses in supervision — but 1 in 9 reactions are triggered by giving known allergens intentionally, a study finds.
Fighting a losing battle against age restrictions, Facebook is developing technology to allow young children to use the site legitimately. Would you let your elementary-schooler join the Facebook nation?
Do airlines really need kid-free zones?
Kids swallow the darnedest things — including these commonly ingested dangerous objects.
There are distinct advantages to being a writer covering parenting, who just happens to have three kids from whom to draw inspiration. On Monday, within minutes of my editor asking me to write about a new study that …
There’s been no shortage of hand-wringing over the menace of “sexting” among kids, but new research finds that parents’ concern may be largely overwrought: only 7% of children ages 10 to 17 created, appeared in or received a …