A new study indicates that the quality of communication with toddlers is of much greater importance than the number of words.
Teenagers often fail to seek help from depression because they’re embarrassed about the problem.
Any parent can tell you that getting your kids to do their chores is a Herculean task. Chore-inator attempts to lend a hand.
Night terrors, which can occur in a child’s first few hours of sleep, can be dramatic for parents and caregivers.
There is no list in the US of acceptable names, but there are a few rules.
Injuries from bunk beds send an estimated 36,000 Americans aged 21 and under to the emergency room each year.
Want to see your kid’s face light up? The Elmo Calls app lets them get video and audio calls from their favorite Muppet.
Studies are suggesting that today’s teens are having a greater struggle than previous generations. Psychologists say the best way to deal with this is through communication.
Now that you’ve mortgaged your future to send your kid to college, what right do you have to see information about how she’s handling herself while she’s there? Not much.
4College lets you access the current cost of more than 2,200 universities and develop a realistic savings plan that will help you afford them.
While no kid is ever going to look forward to doing chores, the ChoreMonster app might make it a little more fun.
A recent study finds fathers who perform an equal share of household chores were more likely to have daughters who aspired to less traditional feminine occupations.
Depression can be a major issue during the teenage years, but far too many teenagers fail to seek help from depression because they’re embarrassed.
I think we are all in agreement that too much time spent playing video games is a bad thing for kids, but what about a few hours a week?
This summer, shootings, fires, and car crashes have claimed the lives of numerous children in the Delaware Valley. Often times, parents have a hard time helping their kids deal with and understand these kinds of tragedies. So what is the right way to talk to your kids about these kinds of stories?