You may carefully check the permissions requested by each app you download for your child, opting for a different one if it asked for information it doesn't need it requests. That might not ensure your child's privacy. The Federal Trade Commission's recently issued report found that neither the app stores nor the app developers provide the information parents need to make wise decisions.
Cold weather may seem never ending when the kids are out of school on break and the four walls feel like their closing in! What's a parent to do? We've pulled together suggestions for you based on how much time and energy you have available at that moment. On your mark, get set, go!
While the words for "mother" differ, moms throughout the world share a common desire -- to have a safe, easy pregnancy and birth a healthy child. Read on for a look at pregnancy and baby care customs around the world
The Mayan calendar is winding through its final days -- with many proclaiming it's a prediction of the end times in December 2012. If you felt that the end of the world was truly at hand, what would you do?
You may have days when you'd love to pop your kids in a giant, BPA-free, safe plastic bubble or at least wrap them in bubble-wrap. Recognizing overparenting can be quite simple when you watch another family. It's much harder to see yourself in that role. Take our quiz and find out how you rank.
Families aren't always sunshine and roses. Sometimes they resemble hurricanes and monsoons. It doesn't have to be that way. Siblings can be kind to each other. Your job, parents, is to teach them how.
While surfing the 'net I came across a spoof ad, that actually has become a controversial product. At first I thought the manufacturer was kidding, but it turns out they're not! See what all the fuss is about!
While Hurricane Sandy has passed, many pressing needs remain -- gas, food, shelter, water, clothing, blankets, cleaning supplies and other necessities. Those near the hardest hit areas already are actively involved in the recovery efforts. For those of us further away, here's how you can help out!
Spina bifida might be the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the United States, but Abigail Branson has grown up determined not to let it slow her down in life.
See how Lisa and her daughter take the idea of throwing a simple Halloween party and turning it into a money smart lesson, too! This could be the best party yet!