Family Life 6 December '16
Some parents have adopted the gender neutral parenting approach. Despite the parenting style's good intentions, experts have slammed it and stressed that it is confusing children and denying them clarity on their identity.
Pregnancy 4 December '16
In some countries, abortion is seen as a common form of birth control. As abortion rates alarmingly increase, the controversial issue of whether morality is relative amid the pro-life and pro-liberty debate continues.
Music.Art.STEM 2 December '16
All over the world, students in Singapore are the best in both math and science in each tested grade level. How do they do it?
Games 23 November '16
New top 10 strongest Pokémon have been announced after changes were made in how CP is calculated. Also, players can now catch Ditto.
TV/ Movie 22 November '16
"90 Day Fiance" season 4 reunion update on Nicole and Azan.
Family Life 21 November '16
Don't let the kids get the best in you. Take a pause and breathe, especially if you are short-fused.
Infant 18 November '16
The use of baby talk has been widely debated on whether or not it is beneficial to a little one's learning.
Infant 17 November '16
Scientists cannot fully explain how carrying a baby may work like drugs in inducing euphoria, and this warm, giddy feeling is, unfortunately, not apparent to all parents.
Pregnancy 17 November '16
The six women, who are either pregnant or holding their young children, posed for a photo showcasing their “rainbow babies” or those who were born after their mothers had a miscarriage or stillbirth. The vibrant photo has gone viral and as of this writing, has generated more than 25,000 likes on Facebook, 19,789 shares, and nearly 3,000 comments.
Infant 16 November '16
Babies who sleep for long periods in car seats have a higher risk of breathing problems that can turn fatal. Babies in a moving car aren't capable of preventing their heads from slumping forward because their neck muscles are not that strong yet.
School 16 November '16
Schools in Bay Area, California are making efforts to ease minority and immigrant students' fears. They do this through restorative circles and teaching children their rights.
Health/Nutrition 14 November '16
After previously expressing plans of obliterating the Affordable Care Act (AHA), President-elect Donald Trump had a change of heart as he considers preserving Obamacare.
Health/Nutrition 13 November '16
Is it a coincidence that Suicide Prevention Hotlines received a lot of calls after Donald Trump won the election? Know the details here.
Dads 13 November '16
Vladimir Putin shows optimism with the new Commander-in-chief of the United States of America: hoping for a better Russia-US ties in the next four years with president-elect Donald Trump.
Infant 13 November '16
The parents of Aniyah Todd were told that the baby won't live beyond her birth due to encephalocele but the infant defied all medical odds and has recently turned four months old. In the United States, one in 12,200 babies (or 340 infants annually) are born with encephalocele every year.
School Age 10 November '16
A study found that motorists in the United States have a dwindling interest when it comes to using child-restraints in cars. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, appropriate child restraint use in cars plummeted in several categories from 2013 to 2015, raising children's risk of injuries and death.
School Age 9 November '16
Shelly Martin pleads out to her fellow parents to never forget using booster seats, no matter how they think it's not needed by their kids anymore.
School Age 9 November '16
A mysterious and rare debilitating syndrome has left eight children in Washington State paralyzed. Acute flaccid myelitis causes inflammation in the spinal cord, resulting in temporary or permanent paralysis.
School 8 November '16
Trump and Clinton agree that there is a growing problem with education especially how students from the United States are behind their counterparts from other countries, and how states could not really afford to maintain schools as some buildings are just left crumbling.
Teens/Young Adults 8 November '16
STD in teens is said to be on the rise and California has the most number of cases.
School 4 November '16
The Open Syllabus Project compiled the most taught writing pieces at the top colleges and universities in America. Can you guess which placed at number one?
Dads 2 November '16
Recent reports are claiming that Niantic is preparing a Thanksgiving event for "Pokémon GO" players. Certain Pokémon types would appear in the wild more frequently and players would get more Candies from walking their Buddy Pokémon.
SPED Kids 1 November '16
French doctors do not label ADHD as a neurological disorder which saves French children from being medicated for the condition.