Arm your kids with healthy coping strategies that will take them through the entire school year.
The effect of pesticides on children has major repercussions in the classroom.
A new study suggests sugar makes kids into monsters…but you can break the spell.
A new study links impulsive behavior in kids to chemicals that may be lurking in your kitchen or on your clothing.
Herbal remedies and alternative treatments that are safe and effective for children.
These proven and simple tactics can help your child stay fit, not fat.
A new report finds hazardous chemicals are still being used in flea and tick collars.
A mix of massage and lullabies can help ease children into slumber.
Cyber-bullying is more likely to cause depression than other forms of bullying.
Family meals help adolescents develop healthy long-term eating habits.
As schools cut phys ed, kids’ grades will suffer.
A new study finds nearly 10 percent of moms are giving babies herbs. But that doesn't make the practice safe.
A new study shows that buying a dog may keep your family in better shape.
If food fights are common with your child, rest assured knowing this study shows parents aren’t to blame.
Study suggests kids can walk away from obesity—with your help.
So easy to grow that they're often a child's first garden success.
Find the safest products for your kids in this back-to-school shopping guide!
A Chicago garden evolves with the children it was designed for.
Improve the world and raise money for your school's cause? It's easier than you think.
Shop with a sharp eye to avoid plastic toys made with harmful chemicals.