In the past, parents had to drag their kids inside for dinner. These days, parents have to encourage their kids to go outside, away from their technology.
New research suggests that teenagers who get more sleep are better at coping with change and stress.
You may have heard about the five love languages: physical touch, words of affirmation, acts of service, quality time and gifts. Well, this may actually translate to other relationships, like a parent to a child. Veuer's Elizabeth Keatinge has more.
Researchers claim that they have found the perfect way to put a crying baby to sleep.
Although it can be a messy venture, teaching your children to cook is absolutely worth the time. Along with helping them develop skills in the kitchen, cooking can also teach reading, math, science and problem-solving.
A baby shower is usually a happy occasion, and you don’t want to be the cause of bad memories for the mom-to-be. These are ways to make a baby shower a positive experience. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm reports.
St. Patrick’s Day is Friday. Here are 10 picks to bring out your child’s creative side.
Exercise during pregnancy is a good thing. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm has more.
Parenting can be difficult and feeling the judgment of others in public can be every harder. Veuer’s Keri Lumm has more.
Do you believe you’re getting enough “parenting breaks” every day?
How to help teen girls’ mental health struggles — 6 research-based strategies for parents, teachers and friends
The mental health of teenagers has grown far worse over the last decade. But a new report shows that, compared with boys, teen girls are disproportionately experiencing sadness and hopelessness.
if you are worried about how long little ones are spending staring at screens, be it tablets, phones, computers or TV, there are some simple ways to cut back. Read on for details.
There’s no “how to be the perfect parent book” but here's some mistakes to be mindful of. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
According to a new poll conducted in the U.S., some parents may not be properly measuring or responding to elevated temperatures in little ones.
Reports suggest that e-cigarettes are now the most widely used tobacco product among young people.
5 years after Parkland shooting, a school psychologist offers insights on helping students and teachers deal with grief
Students may need a listening ear and reassurance in the aftermath of having witnessed a school shooting.
Here are a few expert ways to help your kids figure out fact from fiction when reading the news online. Veuer’s Keri Lumm has more.
Concerns about the state of U.S. education have been discussed in communities across the country for decades, and the COVID-19 pandemic only thrust these conversations — and their urgency — further into the spotlight.
After a gunman murdered 14 students and three staff members at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School five years ago, their families were left with a burning question: How do we go on with our lives while honoring our loved one's memory? Most have answered by starting foundations or…
An unpopular TV show character, a kidnapper, a murderer, another unsavory character, or simply a dramatic downturn in fortune on the public stage can all contribute to a name losing its popularity.
Birds and dinosaurs lived together for millions of years, but only toothless birds survived the asteroid impact that upended life on Earth.
Analysis of National Assessment of Educational Progress data shows reading and math test scores are falling. HeyTutor takes a closer look at who is falling behind and why.
Here are 10 great gift ideas that are sure to please everyone on your list.
For those seeking jobs, opportunities can be found with a little patience and ingenuity
Using info from the Social Security Administration's baby name database, Stacker compiled a list of baby boomer baby names that have declined in popularity.
The 32-page book references racism Clemente sometimes endured.
Babysitting is an important job! The right sitter can leave a long lasting impression on your child. Yair Ben-Dor has more.
It is perfectly normal to find it hard to get out of bed, but when kids start to develop some illness every morning to avoid going to school, it’s time to pay attention. Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
We have the inside scoop on what the root cause of clinginess is, and how to help your child overcome it. Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
US officials propose new rules for school meals, including first limits on sugars. Here's what to know.
The proposal includes the first limits on added sugars, with a focus on sweetened foods such as cereals, yogurt, flavored milk and breakfast pastries.
This amazing simulation compiled by scientists at America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows the path of the mega tsunamis created by the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs.
In a learning-packed time like infancy, one of the big problems with screen use is that young children aren't actually learning much from them, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.