How Families of Color Can Better Prepare for Schools Reopening
The decision for children to attend school remotely or face-to-face is a double-edged sword for many families, especially families of color. But there are steps that caregivers can take to help protect their children and others from Covid-19 during back-to-school.
41 Ways Kids Can Help Save the Planet in 5 Minutes or Less
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8 Things to Never Say to Parents of a Child with Special Needs
It's not easy being a parent, period. But, special needs parents are often faced with judgmental comments and stares in...
Seriously, This Is Why You Need to Stop Letting Your Toddler Play on Trampolines
One mother learned this lesson the hard way.
Here’s Why Japanese Children Are the Healthiest in the World
When it comes to living a long and healthy life, let's learn from the best, shall we?
Nearly 90% of Kids Who Have This Surgery Don’t Actually Need It
In kids who have recurrent sore throat, there's little difference between those who get a tonsillectomy and those who do...
The Hidden Danger Behind 2 of the Most Popular Kids’ Toys
Think video games just rot your kids' brains? According to a new study, they're just one of your child's obsessions...
8 School Supplies That Could Make Your Kids Sick
Even with the best intentions, you may be packing your child's school bag with some hazardous stuff. Here's what parents...
10 Unhealthy Ingredients Hiding in Your Kid’s Lunch
Even when you think you're packing your child the healthiest lunch that they'll actually eat, these sneaky and harmful ingredients...
10 Toxic Things You Didn’t Know You Were Feeding Your Kids
You want the best for your children, naturally, so that's why you need to know about the harmful substances that...
20 Signs Your Child’s Math Struggles May Be More Serious Than You Think
Math challenges many kids, but for some, it's actually dyscalculia, a type of math learning disability. Here's how to ID...
13 Signs of Childhood Depression Every Parent Should Know
Depression doesn't care how old you are—so keep an eye out for these symptoms in kids.
10 Myths About Dyslexia You Can Definitely Ignore
Dyslexia can make reading difficult and not very fun for your child, and these common misconceptions don't help.
7 Signs Your Child Has a Food Sensitivity
Here are some ways your child's body might be trying to communicate a food sensitivity—and why it's important to pay...
19 Co-Sleeping Tips from Moms Who Swear By It
Considering sleeping in the same bed with your baby or child? See how these seasoned moms make it work.
12 Baby Products That Are Great for Adults—and Brilliant Ways to Use Them
Many baby products do double duty and are unbelievably gentle, not to mention inexpensive. Here's what you should be borrowing...
This Daily Habit Boosts Kids’ Self-Esteem (Hint: It’s Not Exercise)
Scientists in Sweden have given us reason to believe that what we feed our children may have a direct impact...
Feed Your Baby This Food If You Want to Raise a Genius
Pediatricians have advised parents to wait till babies are at least 1 year old before introducing this brain food, but...
Parents, Don’t Ignore This Subtle Sign Your Teen’s Been Drinking
Wondering if your teen's been hitting the bottle? You may need to look no further than at the dark circles...
Heads up, Parents: These Popular Cups Are Toxic for Kids
If you have these glasses in your cabinet, toss them immediately.
10 Silent Signs Your Teen May Be Abusing Drugs
It is the rare teen who comes right out and admits to a drug problem, so it's up to parents...
25 Things Your Child’s Pediatrician Won’t Tell You
Go behind the scenes with your child's doctor to see what they are really thinking.