Stress over fussy eating prompts parents to pressure or reward at mealtime

Study: Stress over fussy eating prompts parents to pressure or reward at mealtime

Stress over fussy eating prompts parents to pressure or reward at mealtime

by Staff Reporter

Career Of The Year: Barbie Is Now A Robotics Engineer

Career Of The Year: Barbie Is Now A Robotics Engineer

Mattel released a new Barbie that sheds light on the careers available for women in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The doll is called Robotics Engineer Barbie.

by Tanya Diente

Mom Shows What Happens When You Leave Your Fake Tan Within Reach Of Your Kids

Mom Shows What Happens When You Leave Your Fake Tan Within Kids' Reach

Billie Fotheringham of Scotland shared how her son Kyle and his friend Leo applied fake tan on each other while she was not looking. The mom did not scold them but laughed when she saw how funny they looked.

by Tanya Diente

Prince & Knight

Children's Book 'Prince & Knight' Aims To Represent Kids With LGBTQ+ Parents And Their Families

'Prince & Knight' by author Daniel Haack is a book that has an LGBTQ representation. It tells the story of a prince who found his true love from a knight rather than from a beautiful maiden.

by Tanya Diente

Couple Whose Surname Is Cupp Named Their Daughter Reese E., And It's One Of The Sweetest Names Ever

Couple Whose Surname Is Cupp Named Their Daughter Reese E., And It's One Of The Sweetest Names Ever

Renee Cupp and her husband took advantage of their surname and named their daughter Reese after the famous chocolate candy Reese's Cup. The couple revealed their child's name in a contest hosted by the famous candy brand.

by Tanya Diente

Bachelor Alums Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici Welcome Baby No. 2: Meet Isaiah Hendrix

Bachelor Alums Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici Welcome Baby No. 2: Meet Isaiah Hendrix

Catherine Giudici welcomed another boy with husband Sean Lowe on May 18. The couple announced the baby's birth with photos of the newborn shared on social media.

by Tanya Diente

Amazon Alexa Is Making

Amazon Alexa Is Making 'Alexa' As A Baby Name Less Popular Among Parents

The percentage of female babies born and named Alexa has decreased since Amazon introduced its Echo speaker product in 2015. The tech uses a smart assistant named Alexa.

by Tanya Diente

The Most Popular Baby Names Of 2017: Liam And Emma Top The List

The Most Popular Baby Names Of 2017: Liam And Emma Top The List

The Social Security Administration ranked Emma and Liam as the most popular name for baby girls and boys, respectively, for 2017. Noah and Olivia took the second spot on the list.

by Tanya Diente

Future Lawyer

If You've Lost All Hope In Generation Z, Just Read How 10 Future Lawyers Plan To Change The World

Law Preview announces finalists for its "One Lawyer Can Change the World" $10K Scholarship

by Staff

Measles

Measles Cases In Minnesota's Somali Community Increase After False Information Dissemination From Anti-Vaccine Groups

A Somali community in Minnesota is now suffering an increased number of measles cases after anti-vaccine groups disseminated information regarding vaccines causing autism.

by Claire Parker

Timothy Piazza

Penn State Controversial Fraternity Pledge's Death: 18 Charged For Inaction, 8 Face Involuntary Manslaughter

A total of 18 fraternity members received charges for the death of a 19-year-old fraternity pledge.

by Claire Parker

Rockville High School

Prosecutors Confirm Dropping Case Against Immigrant Teens Facing Rape Charges In Maryland

The two immigrant teenagers in Maryland accused of raping a 14-year-old classmate will soon be relieved from the charges.

by Claire Parker

Colombian Malls Display Breastfeeding Mannequins To Symbolize Safe Haven For Lactating Mothers

Colombian Malls Display Breastfeeding Mannequins To Symbolize Safe Haven For Lactating Mothers

With the abysmal rates of breastfeeding in Colombia, Amigos de la Lactancia campaigned normalization of breastfeeding by encouraging retail shops to install breastfeeding mannequins.

by Olivia Etienne

Teen Who Struggled With Anorexia Admitted That Her Condition Won

Anorexic Teen Commits Suicide, Leaves Note That Her Anorexia Won

A teenager died in Gatley railway station in Stockport after stating that her anorexia won.

by Abbie Kraft

iPads And Mobile Devices Cause Speech Delay

Speech Delay In Toddlers Tied To iPads, Mobile Devices And Screen Time

Does your child have a speech delay? How much screen time do your toddlers have in a day, parents? Perhaps you'll need to read this new study's findings.

by Amanda Moore

Albany High School

School District Gets Sued After Suspending Albany High Students For Following Racist Instagram Account

Four students got suspended from Albany High School after they followed a racist Instagram account and now they sued the district for violating their First Amendment rights.

by Claire Parker

Las Vegas bus crash

16 Kids In Hospital After School Bus Crashes; Driver And Another Motorist Killed

Sixteen kids got injured from a car crash in Las Vegas that left the driver and another motorist dead.

by Claire Parker

First, The Healthy Lunches Then The Girls' Education? Michelle Obama Subtly Responds To Trump Abandoning 'Let Girls Learn' Campaign

Michelle Obama Subtly Responds To Trump Abandoning 'Let Girls Learn' Campaign

Following the news that the Trump administration would dissolve "Let Girls Learn" campaign, former First Lady Michelle Obama said that she and his husband will continue to champion girls' education.

by Olivia Etienne

16-Year-Old Girl Scout Bravely Faces Neo-Nazist In Czech's May Day March

16-Year-Old Girl Scout Bravely Faces Neo-Nazist In Czech's May Day March

Girl scout Lucie Myslikova's photos carrying a banner while having a sharp debate against a neo-Nazist became viral. Her banner, written in Czech language, said "We will raise your girls."

by Olivia Etienne

IUD baby goes viral after holding birth control device in hand after birth

Baby Born Holding His Mom's IUD: What Really Happened, As Mother Explains [PHOTO]

Lucy Hellein gave birth to Dexter Tyler on April 27 and decided to have fun with his birth announcement photo, which went viral.

by Amanda Moore

Parasitic Twin 'Feeds Off' Sibling: Indian Baby Born With Extra Head And Hands On Her Stomach

Parasitic Twin 'Feeds Off' Sibling: Indian Baby Born With Extra Head And Hands On Her Stomach

A mother from India gave birth to parasitic twins last month and just recently, the non-viable twin was removed from her sibling.

by Olivia Etienne

Two-Year-Old Survives Being Run Over By Two Cars In China, Miraculously Sustains Only Minor Bruises

Two-Year-Old Survives Being Run Over By Two Cars In China, Miraculously Sustains Only Minor Bruises

A two-year-old girl managed to cheat death by curling into the ground as two SUVs run over her in Xichiang, Sichuan province of China.

by Olivia Etienne

Kaily Lowry finally gets her degree

Kailyn Lowry Inspires Teen Moms To Pursue Education Despite Struggles

Kailyn Lowry from "Teen Mom 2" shares her success after getting a college degree.

by Abbie Kraft

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