'I've Focused On Cultivating A Home Filled With Laughter': Melanie Dale On Pandemic ParentingThe author discusses her new Simon & Schuster book "Calm the H*ck Down: How to Let Go and Lighten Up About Parenting" and also shares tips for parenting during the pandemic.
How To Support Your Teen’s Mental Health Through Covid-19With so many struggling, it's a vital time to offer support to teenagers in your life. Here's how to start, how to teach resilience and warning signs that might signal your teen needs extra help.
No Added Sugar For Babies, US Advisory Panel RecommendsThere's a new motto for parents when it comes to feeding babies from birth until 2 years of age: "Every bite counts."
How To Talk To Your Children About Protests And RacismNow it's even more likely that kids might find the video of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man in Minneapolis, gasping for breath as a white police officer pressed a knee into his neck. Even if they haven't, experts say parents should assume their children are already aware of tragedies like these and their aftermath.
You Can't Hide Your Stress From Your Kids, Study SaysParenting in the age of coronavirus is packed with stress.
Babies Smell 'Sweet,' Teens Stink And Blindfolded Moms Can Tell The Difference, Study SaysMoms find the smell of babies irresistible but pull away from the stink of their teens, which could affect their parent-child bond, a new study says.
Study: California Has 3rd Highest Rate Of Young Adults Still Living At HomeA new study found that California has one the highest rates of young adults still living with their parents.
Study: Later Bedtime Linked With Obesity For Children Under 6A new study has linked a later bedtime with an increased risk of obesity for kids -- although the researchers say parents shouldn't rush to put their preschoolers to sleep earlier as a result.
Study: Babies Are Willing To Give Up Food, Showing Altruism Begins In InfancyPicture this: a 19-month-old hungry baby picks up a delicious snack, but instead of gobbling it up gives it to an adult who appears to want it, too.
Study: Teachers Who Praise See A 30% Increase In Good Behavior From StudentsThe more your child's elementary school teacher uses praise instead of punishment, the more your child will stay focused on their schoolwork.
Cell Phone Related Injuries Are Rising Steeply, Especially For The YoungA new study analyzing national emergency room data shows injuries to those areas of our bodies have risen "steeply" over the last 20 years.