Long-time study finally confirms that turning off the TV protects your baby's brain!
Does your child have a habit of biting their nails? Learn why it happens and how you can help your little nibbler stop.
It's your child's first time speaking in public and your usually, total "ham" has developed a terrible case of stage fright. Try these suggestions with your budding performer.
I am a working mother. By the time I get home, my two small kids have already had dinner. How and when should we transition into having family dinners?
Discovering the world can frustrating if things don't "work." Cranks on toys, pencil sharpeners, cameras and keyboards are culprits. These tips can help your leftie thrive in a right-handed world.
It's time for summer fun! Before your kids toddle off, be well-versed in these summer safety tips.
Adults and children alike are constantly staring at a screen. We have become increasingly dependent upon the technology. Screen-Free Week is a time for participants to turn off and "tune in" plugging into life instead!
Looking for some healthy alternatives to cookies; some quick and healthy breakfast cookies to eat on-the-go. Missy Lapine Chase, the Sneaky Chef, has recipe ideas for you:
There's a popular myth -- one of several surrounding autism -- that you can't diagnose this disease until a child is well into childhood. In reality, the signs are evident as early as 18 months of age, or sometimes even sooner. The signs often show up early in a baby's life: He doesn't babble or coo like other infants. Later, he may fail to gesture, point or make eye contact.
Buckling up for a drive? There's new advice when it comes to car seats and booster seats. Both the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the American Academy of Pediatrics are recommending parents keep their kids in those seats longer.