If your last child is graduating this year, you probably see the empty nest looming with a mixture of dread and elation, with significant anxiety stuck in there, too.
What if the common restaurant kids' menu had never been invented?
When it comes to raising healthy, strong kids, parents need to work as a team -- all day and all night. Here's why.
What happens at a party doesn't just stay at the party. In fact, heavy alcohol use or binge drinking during adolescence can actually alter brain structures and function.
You play it safe, so how can a young child drown in the pool? Researchers have discovered several common circumstances of at-home drownings.
When most of us think of getting a baby sleeping through the night, we're imagining he or she is sleeping continuously. But is that the case?
Find out about ISR's Self-Rescue swimming lessons - a method that teaches young kids how survive in the water, and how to get themselves to safety.
Often running on empty, new moms may need a bit more flexibility and support to ease back into exercise after giving birth.
Self-worth needs to go beyond appearance fin order to nurture a positive body image. Here are five keys.
How can you prepare your children for sexual culture after high school? Start by being honest about what they are likely to see, giving good examples and bad.
Breastfeeding your newborn should be easy and trouble-free for most mothers. An expert in the field offers a few ways nursing your baby can be made easier.
Being a kid can be very rewarding when parents, teachers and caregivers use these fun printable reward charts!
For some, having college kids come home for the holidays is as joyous as seen one of those old holiday movies, with festive gatherings and delicious food.
Here are some tried-and-true tips to help you prepare your baby for sleep - and hopefully, a good night's rest for all of you!
Something as simple as a regular after-school exercise program has been found to enhance cognition in 7, 8 and 9-year-olds.
Nice weather brings many opportunities for fun and learning through water play.
Summer is the perfect time for students of all ages to relax, but it’s also a time when learning loss - the summer slide - can occur. Get some tips here!
Toddlers and preschoolers whose parents have rules about what they can and cannot eat really do have healthier eating habits.
From "It's normal for breastfeeding to hurt" to "Many women do not produce enough milk" and beyond, breastfeeding myths and misinformation abound.
Some practical pointers for co-sleeping and the family bed, from a parenting expert.
There is no rest for a baby's brain, because while infants sleep, they are reprocessing what they have learned.
Here are some internet and smartphone rules that kids would set for their parents.
Teenagers have altered biological clocks and need more sleep, which suggests that a later school start time for teens might be just what the doctor ordered.
Ways to support teens with autism - and their caregivers - so autistic teenagers can transition into adulthood successfully and independently.