The effects of war go far beyond the deployed service member. One in five U.S. troops coming back from war in Iraq and Afghanistan have signs of PTSD or other mental distress. Children and families struggle with changes.
Will your family be prepared for the next disaster? Putting together an emergency kit is easy. Surviving a disaster without a kit can be more difficult. Find out what should be inside!
Cookie Monster might seemed all-focused on cookies, but take a closer look and you'll see that his mom taught him important life lessons. Listen in as he takes a few minutes out of his busy "nom, nom" schedule to share these secrets with you.
Thanks to a courageous little girl and her mom, there is one less child molester roaming the streets of New York city today.
Our children form their perceptions about money and finances by watching their parents. How will you help your child understand how it really works?
For the first time in U.S. history, 50.4 percent of our nation's children younger than one are minorities. This is based on the new 2011 Census estimates that came out July 1, 2011 and released May 17, 2012.
Each year, more than half a million bicyclists visit the hospital when they crash on their bikes. These safety tips and handy how-to's can help keep you and your family safe.
Researchers found people texting while walking are 60 percent more likely to get into an accident than non-texters. Distracted walking can cause accidents. How about distracted driving?
The TIME magazine article and its striking cover made quite an impression throughout the media and internet last week and while many found it offensive, others felt it was about time.
Are you planning a long family road trip? Here's how to keep that family holiday from turning into a "helliday" on wheels.