Boundaries, routines and early bedtimes: 13 habits that raise well-adjusted kids.
With so much conflicting parenting advice, you may wonder how to raise a well-adjusted kid? Before you hide under the pillow, check out these 13 habits any parent can do.
My son was a Columbine shooter. This is my story | Sue Klebold
Sue Klebold is the mother of Dylan Klebold, one of the two shooters who committed the Columbine High School massacre, murdering 12 students and a teacher. Sh...
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9 Things Every Parent with an Anxious Child Should Try
I wish I could go back in time and teach the younger version of myself how to cope, but of course, that's not possible. What is possible is to try to...
Why You Should Let Your Kid Be Annoyingly Repetitive
Before my daughter learned to speak, she learned to sign, and the first sign she mastered was “more.” More meant more—as in, “Give me more milk before I scream-cry in 5-4-3-2-1 ...”—but for her, it also meant “again.” Sing that song again. Push the toy cash register button again. Make that funny sound with your armpit again, again, again.
Researchers Find A Web Of Factors Behind Multiple Sclerosis
It's looking like MS strikes when a variety of triggers gang up to impair neurons in the brain and spinal cord. Researchers are using their new knowledge to search for treatments.
Researchers have ditched the autism-vaccine hypothesis. Here’s what they think actually causes it.
Genes and the microbiome are some of the most promising leads.
So Nicholas Kristof, whom I am fond of, recently wrote an article that argues that Liberals are intolerant because there aren’t many Christians or conservatives teaching in universities. There is so…
Dr. Dan Siegel: What Hearing "Yes" Does to Your Child's Brain - Mindful
It's not about permissive parenting, says Dr. Dan Siegel in his new book "Yes Brain" with co-author Tina Payne Bryson. It's about using "yes" to find ways to relate, which encourages kids to explore and be resilient, instead of starting at "no," which shuts them down.
Landmark Study Finds Better Path to Reading Success
Two Canadian researchers have proven what exemplary kindergarten and first grade teachers have been doing for years to create successful readers by the end of first grade.