They helped their grandchildren, especially the babies, survive in a dangerous world. They still have an important role to play today.
Parents choose juice boxes, gummy vitamins and bottled water with their kids' health in mind, but it could lead to more cavities, warns Dr. Rachel A. Maher.
Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware don't give a specific answer, but a new survey of social workers says kids should be at least 12.
Open adoptions and genetic testing make it easier for parents to learn about family medical history for a baby or themselves.
Because consent is more than sexual, parents should talk to their children about it from a young age.
What should you do if your child is the bully?
Poorly fitting shoes can cause foot problems down the road. Learn what to look for in children's shoes.
Parents' homework help is most useful when kids are young or older and struggling with a subject that you know well.
A local school counselor uses his years of experience to help you
get your child from kid to teen.
Several suburban Philadelphia high schools now start classes later, while others debate the pros and cons.
Here's how to help your teen develop common-sense cell phone habits, plus the latest research findings on teen cell use.
Secondary infertility is a problem conceiving after a couple has at least one child. Here's what causes secondary infertility, how it's treated and when you should seek help.
One of the toughest challenges for new parents is to learn to decipher their infant's cues. What's he really trying to tell you?
When your child frequently loses self-control, it's time to act. Here are tips to help parents and their kids to manage anger.
In today’s media climate, girls often need their parents’ help to feel good about themselves.
These 10 tips will help to balance your family budget when you have a new baby.
The maze-like experience of babies acquiring language can be puzzling. Here's how kids learn to speak and how to tell when there might be signs of speech delay.
Thousands of foster kids, from infants to teens, need homes. About half become adopted.
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