Want to know what to avoid while potty training your toddler? Jamie Glowacki, author of “Oh Crap! Potty Training” shares her insight with these three no-nos.
Got a kid learning letters and numbers? Handwriting Without Tears, a system used in schools around the country, has come up with an app that can make things a lot easier.
Under the law, parents of children over 18 don’t automatically have the right to review their medical records without a HIPAA release form.
If your kid is dino-obsessed, National Geographic is coming to the rescue for you with the Ultimate Dinopedia app.
Encourage your kids to go outside and play. Free play is as important and maybe even more important than team activities.
Certainly there are key advantages to breastfeeding but formula is also an excellent option.
Is it endangerment if a child left by a parent in a car is not physically, mentally, or emotionally impaired?
According to a new study from the Canadian Academy of Sports Medicine, kids can begin at six, if it’s carefully supervised.
Research has shown that for all of us there is a breaking point for multi-tasking and the risks can be significant.
The Yuggler app may be a godsend for parents, detailing nearby family-friendly activities and events.
Incarceration can be more traumatic for a student than even a parent’s death.
A new study finds the young children of fathers who were depressed in their first year were more likely to show negative behaviors.
Research indicates that more talkative dads are a benefit to their children – beyond just language heard from mothers.
Tax breaks can make raising children a little more affordable.
With parents more involved in guiding their kids, there’s a temptation for parents to get over-involved in their children’s sports and provide pressure.