From cell phones and tablets to computers and TVs, we are a society of screens. But how much recreational screen time is too much for kids and teens—and how can you set realistic limits for your family?
For many teens, going off to college or moving out is the next step from adolescence toward adulthood. If you have a teen leaving the nest, take the time to make sure they know how to manage their physical and mental health when they’re on their own.
The new school year kicks off in just a little more than three weeks, and even if your family is not quite ready to let go of summer, there is one important thing you can start doing now that will have a tremendous impact on your children when school starts.
Picky eating is a common part of child development, particularly for toddlers and preschoolers, but it can be frustrating for parents.
The human papillomavirus—or HPV—causes many types of cancers, including cervical cancer. There is a vaccine that can prevent HPV infection, and it’s recommended that both girls and boys receive it.
During the summer months, your family's chances of encountering bees and wasps increase. Before heading outdoors, it’s a good idea to know how to reduce your child’s risk of getting stung and what to do in the event that a sting occurs.