Helicopter Parenting Can Potentially Do More Harm Than Good

Helicopter Parenting Plays A Major Factor In Raising Unemployable Children

Helicopter parenting is said to be one of the major factors as to why their children are unemployable.

by Abbie Kraft

Delta Airline Flight

Delta Airline Official Removes Family From Flight Over Refusal To Give Up Toddler's Paid Seat

Another story about a mishap with an airline made rounds online as a California family, who was travelling with two toddlers during that time, was kicked out from the flight due to refusal to give up a seat.

by Claire Parker

Majority of American Employees Find It Difficult To Discuss Mental Health Concerns

Why Majority Of Employees Are Not Comfortable With Discussing Mental Health At Work

The majority of the employees finds it a taboo to discuss mental health at work.

by Abbie Kraft

School Lunch Rules Changes

School Lunch Rule Changes Concern Health Experts: Why Fix Something Not Broken?

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue will allow a more flexible school lunch rule beginning in the 2017-2018 school year.

by Amanda Moore

Bullying On The Decline

Bullying Declining In Schools? Study Probes What Led To The Decrease

Did those anti-bullying campaigns actually succeed in curbing the incidence of bullying in schools?

by Amanda Moore

Tick bite related diseases is currently on the rise.

What Parents Should Know About The Drastic Increase In Tick-Borne Powassan Virus

Tick-Borne Powassan Virus is currently causing an alarm among parents.

by Abbie Kraft

Men Expected More Parenting Involvement; Women Entitled Other Roles Aside Being 'Good Wife And Mother,' Study Finds

Men Expected More Parenting Involvement; Women Entitled Other Roles Aside Being 'Good Wife And Mother,' Study Finds

A global study found that nearly 70 percent of the people in 22 countries believe that fathers carry greater domestic responsibility and women should not be confined at home.

by Olivia Etienne

Fidget Spinners Banned In Schools

Fidget Spinners: Schools Ban Latest Kids Toy Craze; What Parents Need To Know

Teachers think fidget spinners are distractions in classrooms, but some parents attest it can help kids with special needs.

by Amanda Moore

Parental Burnout Happens

Parental Burnout: Study Confirms It Exists And Here's How Moms And Dads Can Prevent It

Moms and dads do need to take a break from parenting, or else they will have a parental burnout.

by Amanda Moore

Marijuana Ban In Disney World

Marijuana Ban: Disney World Prohibits Pot In Parks, Including Medical Marijuana

Parents whose kids require cannabis oil as medical marijuana treatment need to reconsider their family's trip to Disney.

by Amanda Moore

Parents' Bad Habits Are Bad For Health

The Parenting Habits Making Moms And Dads Sick: Recognize These Signs

Does some of the habits seem familiar to you, parents? This is a wake-up call to change what's bad for the sake of you health!

by Amanda Moore

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is than just feeling tired as it is considered as an illness.

Why Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Becoming Common Among Adults

Chronic fatigue syndrome is becoming more common among adults and parents need to know about it.

by Abbie Kraft

Childhood Stress In Adulthood

Childhood Stress Is A Toxic Killer In Adulthood As 'Resilience' Documentary Highlights

James Redford tackles childhood stress or Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in the "Resilience" documentary.

by Amanda Moore

Parents As Best Friends Of Their Kids

Parents As Best Friends: How Can Moms And Dads Be Buddies With Their Kids Without Losing Authority?

Parents who are best friends with their kids establish a level of trust that make them their confidante.

by Amanda Moore

Time In Better Than Time-Out

Positive Discipline: Here's Why A 'Time In' Is Better Than A Time-Out

Are you still giving children time-outs, parents? Here's why it's best to ditch the method and do a "time in" instead.

by Amanda Moore

Father And Son Recreate An Awkward Bath Time Throwback Photo Without Clothes On

Father And Son Recreate An Awkward Bath Time Throwback Photo Without Clothes On

Tyler Walker and his father, Charles, remade a photo of them enjoying bath time, and while it's supposed to be hilarious, a lot of Facebook users felt unsettled and awkward.

by Olivia Etienne

Tucker Carlson Shuts Down Guest Claiming 'Breastfeeding Is Not Natural' And 'Beautiful'

Tucker Carlson Shuts Down Guest Claiming 'Breastfeeding Is Not Natural' And 'Beautiful'

FOX News political commentator Tucker Carlson got in a heated debate with CATALINA publisher Cathy Areu after she suggested that it's unethical to say breastfeeding is natural for women.

by Olivia Etienne

Yellow Fever Vaccine To Run Out By Mid-Summer

Yellow Fever Vaccine Supply In The U.S. To Run Out By Summer

CDC announced that Yellow Fever vaccine supply will most likely run out by July.

by Abbie Kraft

Leaked Facebook Document Revealed Data Mining Practices

Facebook Admits Exploiting Children And Insecure Teens With Targeted Ads, Leaked Document Reveals

Facebook confirmed the leaked document on targeted ads on kids existed. The company also apologized for the oversight.

by Amanda Moore

Plastic Surgery And Makeover Gaming Apps For Kids

Gaming Apps For Kids: What 'Fun' Plastic Surgery, Makeover Apps Are Teaching Young Girls

Parents are your kids playing plastic surgery or makeover apps? Do you know what those games teach young girls?

by Amanda Moore

NY School Burns Textbooks

NY School Burns And Bans All Textbooks In Favor Of 'Modern Technology,' Fails To Provide Technological Tools

Officials at New York's Life Sciences Secondary School ordered students and teachers to compile textbooks for burning as they plan to go digital.

by Amanda Moore

Napercise For Parents

Workout For Tired Parents: Gym Offers 'Napercise' Class To Reinvigorate Exhausted Moms And Dads

Parents come to this gym for napercise, where they do 15-minute stretches and sleep for 45 minutes.

by Amanda Moore

Lyme Disease Is From Ticks

Lyme Disease Prevention: How Can Parents Protect Children From Tick-Borne Illness

Parents, don't dismiss rashes, fever and fatigue in kids, especially when Lyme disease infection is on the rise.

by Amanda Moore

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