How we react to our kids’ emotions has an impact on the development of their emotional intelligence.
Of all the milestones you look forward to with your new toddler, from their first words to their first steps, masturbation definitely doesn’t make the cut.
Research shows that an initial handshake is a strong predictor of how people are perceived, which can have significant effects on success.
A new study shows how a mother’s insomnia can impact her child’s sleep patterns as well. So what can we do when sleep just won't come?
It might be time to focus less on what’s going on in your house every morning and more on what’s going on in your kids’ brains at any given moment.
According to a recent study, bonds that kids form during adolescence might have a positive role in their mental health for years to come.
A scientific review examined five studies involving over 1,700 participants to get to the bottom of why we can't get our kids' names straight.
We have all suffered through our children’s witching hour around dinner time (typically between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.)…the tantrums, the whining, the arguing. But have you ever stepped back to notice that parents have our own…
The FDA has been warning against giving cold medicine to kids under four for nearly a decade, but they're still making their way into our medicine cabinet.
According to new research, babies as young as 17 months can identify the dominant individuals in social situations.
I did what every parent does in this situation. Googled. Apparently everyone wants to know how to stop kids from picking, but no one knows how.