You play it safe, so how can a young child drown in the pool? Researchers have discovered several common circumstances of at-home drownings.
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.
Being a kid can be very rewarding when parents, teachers and caregivers use these fun printable reward charts!
Nice weather brings many opportunities for fun and learning through water play.
Toddlers and preschoolers whose parents have rules about what they can and cannot eat really do have healthier eating habits.
Some practical pointers for co-sleeping and the family bed, from a parenting expert.
Could a baby's sleep problems be red flags for developmental difficulties in toddlerhood?
Do toddlers and babies really use iPads and other tablets? If you've watched YouTube, you probably know the answer is yes. But *how* are they using them?
A new study says that preschoolers should be encouraged to write at a young age -- even before they make their first step into a classroom.
The messier your baby or toddler gets while playing with food in the high chair, the more he or she is probably learning.
Accident investigations and research have shown that installing a car seat correctly can be difficult. Here are some common car seat mistakes.
Tired of giving high-tech gifts for every birthday or holiday? Don't forget the lasting joy of giving gifts that last, like these classic books for kids.
Kids and babies are a lot more susceptible to UV damage, meaning that sun protection is more important than we even realized.
How would you like some sleep tips for toddlers, preschoolers and up that will improve not only your child's rest, but also her daytime mood?
Kids who are frequent readers differ substantially in a number of ways from those children who read books for fun less than one day a week.
A study found that short observations, such as at a pediatric exam, don't provide enough information about symptoms associated with autism.
Does your child often crawl into your bed late at night? Here's more about why he or she does - and some tips for you.
How can you get your toddler to stop biting other kids? Parenting expert Elizabeth Pantley answers.
Who would have thought a Sesame Street video starring the Cookie Monster - of all characters - could teach preschoolers self-control?
Autism affects a child’s development in different ways, and seems to be getting more common. About 1 in 68 children may have autism spectrum disorder.
When it comes to fitting in at preschool, what really counts, apparently, is a child's haircut, clothes, and how much he or she fits into gender norms.
Early potty training - before age 2 - can mean a much higher risk of developing daytime wetting problems later. Here's why.
If your baby has a handedness preference - righty or lefty - language skills may be ahead of the curve, researchers say. Find out more about the study here.