So, you're on your way somewhere with your baby in their stroller when they suddenly start crying inconsolably — and because picking your baby up stops you from getting to your destination, there's not much you can do? It's a challenge, for sure.
Children and teens who have familial hypercholesterolemia can inherit it from one or both parents, and there are specific tests which can be performed in early life stages to identify the presence of this mutated gene.
The kids who were sweetly playing together and holding hands just a few years ago may turn on each other during the adolescent years. Why, and what (if anything) should you do about it?
You've probably used the internet to look for health information — maybe to find out more about your symptoms or just because you were curious about something. Not all online health info can be trusted, though. How do you separate fact from fiction?
Ninety-five percent of American teens now have access to smartphones, and you can bet that a 100 percent of those use social networks. What should parents know before this happens? What should they talk about with their teens?
Removing privileges is a popular discipline technique among parents, but should you use it? And if you do, how?
Your breakup or divorce wasn't your kids' fault, but they may not realize that. How can newly single parents help get this message through to their children? Here are some perhaps unexpected tips.
It’s easy to lose track of what your child eats or how much exercise they get, but are they at risk of childhood obesity and heart problems?
Co-parenting has many benefits, but can also come with hurdles. What should you do when your child (suddenly) doesn't want to spend time with your ex?
Becoming a single parent after losing your partner to death means juggling an awful lot — both practically and emotionally. How can you help your child(ren) as they grieve, too?