Researchers found a backlash effect when presented with scientific evidence that vaccines don’t cause autism
More Bad News for Older Dads: Higher Risk of Kids With Mental Illness
The effect of paternal age on autism, schizophrenia, and ADHD may be greater than previously thought
Studies Show Male Behavior Is Totally Explainable
Men don’t like to have doors opened for them. So what?
The Internet Is a Safer Place for Your Teen Than You Think
A new book seeks to debunk our widespread alarm about children, social media, and technology
Surprising Behaviors That Put Teens At Serious Risk of Depression
A new study shows that an ‘invisible risk’ group of adolescents—who use tons of media and don’t get enough sleep or exercise—are in danger of serious mental health issues
Eating Your Feelings? Your Mom Might Be to Blame
Mothers’ relationships with their own moms can lead to parenting styles that could cause their kids to be obese
The Real Damage Bullying Coaches Can Inflict on Kids
The controversial youth football reality show, Friday Night Tykes, ignites a conversation about the need for nurturing, inspiring adults in sports leadership
In Defense of Kids and Parenting: They Can Be Amazing (If That’s What You Want)
There’s a battle going on between the childs and the child-frees, and parenting seems to be getting a bad rap.
Science Confirms: Children Are a Pain in the Neck
Looking for a happy marriage? Don’t have kids.
The Legal Minefield When Two Mommies Split Up
A Colorado couple show how complicated custody battles between two mothers can be.
Why the Dad Has No Say in Tragic Texas Brain Death Case
A terrible dilemma over the fate of a pregnant young mother throws a harsh light on the cost of the abortion debate.
Why Marriage May Not Be the Answer for Low-Income Single Moms
A new study suggests that it’s pointless to try to get young mothers to marry
Sexting in Middle School Means More Sex for Preteens and Teens
Younger students are no different than their older peers when it comes to sexting, a new study reports.