Starting college can be a rough transition for teens. Here’s how to help your child with homesickness
The celebrity couple is about to cross into “large family” territory. Few in Hollywood do so in traditional ways.
This is also one of the first studies to show direct evidence of fetal reactions to flavors in the womb
Researchers continue to learn more about the adverse mental effects to babies from cannabis use during pregnancy.
Ensuring religious freedom for all is the only way forward in our divided nation and world.
In under a year, two infants were killed in this Cincinnati home by mishaps of co-sleeping
Research from Case Western Reserve University suggests greater risk of Alzheimer’s among those 65 and older who get COVID-19.
Experts don’t all agree on what drove the drop in child poverty — or how to keep the rate falling.
Gen Z is the most materialistic generation, according to a new report. Here’s what parents should know
The doctor removed a polyp during the 30-minute procedure, which was filmed to raise awareness of colorectal cancer screening
Mean girls aren’t just in high school. Here’s more about adult bullying — and how to prevent it
‘The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree’ is a common saying. Is it true?
Gisele Bundchen is Elle magazine’s cover model for October.
After six months of frantic searching for formula, parents are starting to believe the worst may be over. But the supply’s not back to normal yet.
How often do you or your partner use your cellphone in bed? What about at the dinner table? If you do, you’re not alone.
It’s understandable if you’re worried about the javelin. It’s a weapon, after all
Burnout and fatigue have transcended the workplace to dating apps. Some users have experienced increased frustration and disappointment, while others have found ‘the one’
Multiple studies show a link between post-COVID symptoms and mental health, including a link to suicidal thoughts
Experts say the challenge is the price of energy — and how much it takes to make toilet paper
Today is National Read a Book day. To celebrate, here are some books you can read with your family
One year later: For allies stuck in Afghanistan, a mountain of red tape stands between them and the U.S.
While some are victims of oversight or human error, most are simply waiting for their applications to be reviewed.
While he settles into his new home life, the independent challenger is taking on two-term Republican Sen. Mike Lee.
A decade ago, Tinder hit the market and popularized the swipe. Do people still use dating apps?
Kanye West talked about pornography destroying his family. What effects can pornography have on families?
Health officials say it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get a flu shot, as the virus is expected to surge amid relaxed COVID-19 prevention practices.
Studies in Italy and the United States offer more reason to prepare meals with whole foods that are as close to natural as possible.
Is your furry critter stopping you from getting plants? Here are 10 cat-friendly houseplants that are pretty easy to care for
Nearly 9,000 asylum seekers have been bused to east coast cities.
The Respect for Marriage Act has been passed by the House and will come before the Senate next month.
The newly famous reptile is also competing to be named America’s Favorite Pet
California’s Senate unanimously passed a bill that requires apps and sites to consider the protection of children in digital product designs. What will that mean for social media and apps?
The root cause of abortions is poverty. So if we value life, we need to focus on raising people out of poverty any way we can
In Utah, 1 in 3 women experience some form of domestic violence. We need to turn the tide on this trend if we want women and families to feel safe here.
With fundraisers, donation drives and back-to-school events, where these resources go is just as important as if they’re received.
The Giant Slide at Belle Isle Park in Detroit is getting global attention.
Kevin Cooper’s short life resembled the party game where someone starts with a paperclip and keeps trading up.
Unpacking the guilt-ridden bliss of Bluey, the Australian child programming taking over American households
What makes “Bluey” unique is how it creates a space for children and parents to see the best versions of each other.
The teenager was described in court documents as “almost 17 years old and parentless.”
Russia President Vladimir Putin revived the old award to bolster patriotism, encourage larger families
Sports play a valuable role in child development and socialization — but they can also be a dangerous environment for child sexual abuse.
Utah exceeds averages on the Utah Foundation’s Social Capital Series — but there are a few areas where Utah falls short
Diseases like COVID-19 and monkeypox are spreading in the U.S. Practicing precaution is necessary for parents with children going back to school