The urgency of the childhood obesity problem is forcing researchers to take new and innovative approaches to tackling this issue.
National Backyard Games Week starts the Monday before Memorial Day and runs through the week. It's your chance share favorite games from your childhood or learn a whole new set like the ones we've suggested in this article!
Is there a war being waged around your child's pacifier? Don't let the troublesome piece of plastic come between you and your wee one.
Early intervention helps autistic children benefit from therapy. These activities might help your child learn important skills.
Here's a fun way to celebrate Earth Day as a family. Go outdoors and get "grubby" exploring the spring-fresh earth -- and then top the day off with a "Grub Party."
Regardless of your tiny one's disposition, you can keep your cool through the terrific, terrible toddler years. These tips and ideas can prevent you from pulling out your hair.
Have you recently returned to work after maternity leave and your happy, well-behaved one-year-old is now whiny and seems sad all the time? Going back to work is an adjustment for the entire family.
You see "terrific" toddler behavior in the playroom and you see it at the dinner table. Find out how to use toddler 'tude to help your child meet nutritional requirements.
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On April Fool's Day, we celebrate by having fun with harmless, practical jokes that leave everyone -- including the one being "pranked," laughing!