Forget an apple a day. A nutrition study in Ecuador suggests that eating one egg a day for six months helped underweight children catch up.
culture and society
Looking for some G-rated exclamations to replace the R-rated ones you’re used to? Here are some fresh ideas you can use in your daily life.
There is no miracle solution to co-parenting after a divorce, but a good place to start is consistently treating your ex with respect and love.
We can make chores a special experience for our kids by incorporating mindfulness into the tasks that might otherwise seem repetitive or boring.
A new study has been released and it suggests that kids don’t really want to play with toys – what they want is the real thing.
With over 90 percent of milk being shared in the U.S. being shared through informal channels, it seems worthy of exploration.
There is no such thing as a magical, all-knowing "maternal instinct" that just kicks in and makes everything all right overnight.
Humans are curious creatures and, by and large, I’m an open book. But sometimes the inquiries can go too far. Cue the loud-mouth toddler.
Research shows that an initial handshake is a strong predictor of how people are perceived, which can have significant effects on success.
If we look more carefully at the history of dangerous toys, we might wish for a few more atomic energy labs and a few less fidget spinners.