Rich discussed a new Pope Francis inspired beer, the U.S. Embassy in Cuba and mosquito prevention methods. He also spoke to Christine Flowers about her latest column on Kathleen Kane.
Do you think your child would meet with someone they communicated with online? If the answer is no, you may want to think again.
When moms-to-be ate apples during pregnancy, their children had lower rates of asthma.
Is it endangerment if a child left by a parent in a car is not physically, mentally, or emotionally impaired?
It’s an expense that can catch many new parents off guard, childcare. As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, budgeting for child care should start taking place even before the baby arrives.
According to a new study from the Canadian Academy of Sports Medicine, kids can begin at six, if it’s carefully supervised.
The Yuggler app may be a godsend for parents, detailing nearby family-friendly activities and events.
A new study finds the young children of fathers who were depressed in their first year were more likely to show negative behaviors.
New Jersey ‘s Education Commissioner was pressed this week on participation in controversial standardized student performance tests and in particular those who are opting out of those tests.
Research indicates that more talkative dads are a benefit to their children – beyond just language heard from mothers.
According to a study, early sipping of alcohol may make youths more likely to drink in high school.
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.
Parents in New Jersey who don’t want their kids to take the PARCC test appear to have lawmakers on their side
Parents or caregivers, do you often find yourself on your smartphone when you’re out to eat with your kids? A new study says your children are noticing and they could be acting out because of it.
Legally, how young is too young to let a kid walk home alone?