Starting college can be a rough transition for teens. Here’s how to help your child with homesickness
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.
Across the animal world, infants look for a particular caregiver, whose heartbeat, smell, tone and touch they know.
Teens won’t like it, but it’s time for policymakers to do something about the cause of so much depression and anxiety in young Americans.
The comedian and actress says that egg freezing enables women to have children ‘on their own terms,” making fathers unnecessary.
Ready to let your child lounge around in luxury? Check out the nine best bean bags for kids.
When it comes to back-to-school shopping, you don’t have to break the bank. Check out the best back-to-school sales this year
Get your teen ready for college with this ultimate college dorm checklist
Healthy twin girls and a run on birth control are not the stuff of ‘The Handmaid’s Tale.’
Young men who are ready for committed relationships are in short supply compared to women.
An interview with the co-author of ‘The Boy Crisis’ and crusader for men’s rights.
It’s never been easy to have children and the pandemic has made it harder, but families are a tangible expression of hope
From formula shortages to lack of breastfeeding assistance, the pandemic response hurt mothers and babies.
The littlest prince has shown the world that the terrible twos have nothing on the frightful fours.
Children who grow up with two married parents do have an advantage. So why are people pushing for more single-parent homes?
The biggest problem with video games isn’t what your children are doing. It’s what they’re not doing.
Pregnancy, childbirth and recovery are not gender-neutral processes. Leave policies shouldn’t be either.
We are failing families when parents can’t find formula for their infants. Why isn’t this major news?
The FBI in Utah wants parents to be aware as “sextortion” crimes against teen boys have skyrocketed across the state over the last year, in part due to the pandemic.
Primary Children’s Hospital sees a child with a swallowed button battery at least once a month
Here are four tips to teach your children about budgeting, saving and spending.
Utah-based tech startup Owlet, innovators of a baby sock that monitors infant vital signs, will stop selling the product until it earns approval from the FDA.
Experts told The Washington Post it’s OK for your child to mention COVID-19 during playtime.
Utah police agencies seek parents’ help to stop online child predators
After a failed shopping experience that ended with my 2-year old having a bloody nose, I blame car shopping carts and not poor parenting. I’ll argue anyone who says otherwise.
As I watched our new family dog play in the backyard with the neighbor dogs and my children and their friends, I realized that when it all comes down to it, we’re not all that different.
Amy Choate-Nielsen sometimes feels conflicted about this time of year, but she drew inspiration from the beginning of 2018 from an unlikely source.
Michelle Singletary in her “Color of Money” column advises: Don’t spend more than you can afford for your child’s college.
On New Year’s morning, I had the goal of running a marathon, but it didn’t happen. Instead, I spent some cherished miles with my son.
What science has to say about when your kids should hit the hay.
Studies show that books can increase empathy and open your mind to new ideas. Here’s how to tackle reading in the new year.
There’s a saying that goes, “a fish doesn’t know he is surrounded by water until he’s out of it.” I think that’s how my life has been in regards to the Spirit.