Moving house is one of the single most stressful experiences adults go through, so what's it like for kids, and how can you help them fall adjust to their new surroundings?
Working mothers vs. Stay-at-Home Mothers has been a controversy since the "Mommy Wars" of the 90s. Here, we look at the effects on children of being in daycare vs. having an SAHM in our uniquely determinedly nondefinitive, nonjudgmental guide.
Want an academically advanced preschooler? Forget hothousing. Play is still the most effective way to learn for the preschool crowd.
Once you set the example for eating well, exercising and respecting the need for sufficient sleep, your kids will have a role model to follow. You can be the inspiration they need to make healthy choices in life, so start setting a good example today!
There's nothing wrong with being an energetic child, but too much energy may not necessarily be a great idea. Children must eat right at all times, especially if they are hyperactive. Read on to know more about the right and wrong foods for them.
"Open adoption" has been a buzzword in adoption circles for years, but what could it mean for your family in practice?
Having a baby changes a woman’s brain so that she is more empathetic toward her newborn. Similar changes do not occur in the brains of the fathers of infants.
Self-motivation is a vital skill, helping boost academic attainment for years to come. Here, we explore 8 ways to encourage self-motivation in your child.
Think you can tell whether your child is lying or telling the truth? Scientific research doesn't have your back. Here's how you can encourage your kids to embrace truth.
A first-of-its-kind clinical study has been done to determine whether certain early life factors, relating to both mother and child, are responsible for childhood onset obesity.