Midge Noble, Licensed Professional Counselor, shares how oils can help parents manage kids' challenging behaviors naturally.
Guidance for grieving parents during the holiday season
Family meal time is a great time to connect, grow and learn
Creative avenues for small talk when you’re away from your kids.
Strategies to help you raise kids who show and share kindness.
A new smartphone app can help identify college students at risk of catching the flu, say UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University researchers.
When provided details about the proposed changes to the SAT, the surveyed parents’ opinions about the new format were divided.
Reasons to limit kids' screen time, while also relaxing about limited exposure
Teens can win scholarships by sharing an important message
Need a parenting superhero? Supernanny is back!
Middle school is a time of great change.
Age-by-age tips on raising a child who is socially savvy.
Delegate family organization and balance to your smartphone
Volunteering is a great way to maintain work-life balance.
Should parents worry about teens using hide apps?
A humorous look at helicopter moms and dads.
Parenting in shifts is common among today's young families.
If you don't have time to overparent, you must cope with raising self-sufficient children.
Studies are showing that physical and mental health problems can disrupt teens’ acquisition of skills and transition into the workforce.
A new Duke University-led study shows that hypervigilance to hostility triggers aggressive behavior in children.
Possible causes affecting sleep include anxiety, fear, nightmares, poor consistency or stress.
Single moms could support, rather than tear down, each other.
From a hitting toddler to a temperamental teen, here’s how to help kids keep their cool.
Six steps parents and families can take to help students be successful throughout the school year.
How to determine the parenting style that works best for you.
Guidance for a great start to the new school year for parents of exceptional children.
One more thing to add to the list of advice for getting off to a great new school year start.
You pack it, but do they eat it?
What it takes to provide students healthy, tasty meals.
The CDC recommends that both boys and girls ages 11-12 receive the HPV vaccine.