Would you pay for a child-free day at the beach?
A new study says the advantage of growing up in a married, two-parent family has grown between generations.
Nearly 4 in 10 Americans are pessimistic about the future of the family, a new survey shows.
A water bead set exclusively sold at Target has been recalled after an infant died from consuming the beads
A new survey found that 7 in 10 Americans say they know what can be done for someone dealing with addiction.
Women who naturally stay up late and sleep in may be at greater risk of type 2 diabetes and other health challenges.
Arrest of parenting vlogger Ruby Franke has reignited debate over the line between discipline and abuse.
Studies suggest that you’re overlooking some of the major places where bacteria hang out — and some of them can make you sick
From tech to kitchen appliances, get the most out of Walmart’s Labor Day sale
“We cannot close our eyes. We cannot look the other way,” says one education leader regarding the wave of recent teen deaths due to fentanyl.
As Lagoon lovers await the arrival of Primordial, here’s a look at 12 of our favorite rides, ranked by thrill level and enjoyability.
Narrower gene testing could’ve delayed or missed diagnosing this child with a rare blood disorder who almost died twice
Maui will rise from its ashes, but only the “aloha spirit” from all over the world can restore what’s been lost, say these Utahns.
As an adult, you probably have a harder time making friends. Here’s what you can do about it
The outbreak spans 11 states so far and has hospitalized 9 and sickened 26 people.
“No other dietary model possesses such an impressive accrual of scientific evidence as the traditional Mediterranean diet,” one expert said.
Home sales, the economy, social safety net, education and the workforce all at risk, experts say.
A Stanford professor says his morning routine “will make you better at everything,” though it has odd elements.
Grandparenting can boost grandkids’ sense of security and help grandparents live happier and longer lives, experts say.
After a 10-month trial, a verdict has been reached, but ‘Today is not a time for celebration. There are no winners in this case,’ one detective said
Federal agencies called on manufacturers and others to resolve the prescription stimulant shortage
Having more access to drinking water in schools yielded noticeable results.
After these most recent arrests, Operation Bakis will have arrested almost 100 people involved with child sex abuse
Get the most out of Target’s back to school sale this year with these great deals
Is your furry critter stopping you from getting plants? Here are 10 cat-friendly houseplants that are pretty easy to care for
Worried about your child going back to school this year? Don’t be. These apps can make things a little easier
Ready to let your child lounge around in luxury? Check out the nine best bean bags for kids.
This new drug ‘is going to be a game changer for treating maternal depression,’ one expert said
Audiobooks for the whole family, a solo ride or a really, really long road trip
Connecticut is the latest state to pass a childhood independence law, following a pattern that began in Utah.
As the summer heats up, it can take a toll on sleeping habits. Here are ways to avoid hot, restless nights.
This approval ‘marks an unprecedented moment for protecting infant health in the U.S.,’ one expert said
“There’s a lot that we can do to understand more the place that pets occupy in people’s lives,” one expert from Pew Research Center told the Deseret News.
Increasingly, parenting is defaulting to a take-no-chances approach that doesn’t give kids much chance to explore or grow. It’s tricky figuring out when fear is helpful and when it shuts things down.
On any given night in 2015, as many as 564,708 people were experiencing homelessness, according to the latest report by the National Alliance to End Homelessness.
According to Pew Research Center, 3 in 10 people who don’t share their religion with their partner describe faith as a source of arguments.
Gone are the days of wholesome families like in ‘The Brady Bunch’ — nowadays, families like the Roys in ‘Succession’ rule the screen
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Looking to have an unforgettable day without breaking the bank? Downsizing your wedding celebration could be the answer.
Elevate your Fourth of July celebrations with these patriotic, pop and rock songs about the USA
This U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel voted unanimously in favor of this RSV vaccine designed for babies
Lee said he and other senators introduced this bill in an effort to avoid another nationwide baby formula shortage.
Doctors said low-dose CT screenings can help detect cancer earlier and give treatment to patients before extreme symptoms surface
New Utah Children’s Collaborative will build on community partnerships to identify and support children coping with the death of a parent or other caregiver.jk
Will starting school later in the day help or hurt students more? Sleep experts say older kids need extra sleep.
Experts and twins share insights on what it’s like being a twin — the good and the bad.
Each generation has remarkable differences and unique characterizations, but the one thing that hasn’t changed is the tendency for those generations to critique each other.