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Tom Brady's dad says he would be hesitant to let his son play football if he were making the decision today. His concern: the long term physical impacts of the game, even starting at the youth football level.
"Playborhood," a new how-to guide for parents gives tips on how to turn empty spaces into the kind of community playscapes that increase the safety of neighborhoods, while encouraging kids to get off the couch and play.
A Washington man fed up with a noisy kid and his companions at a movie theater hit the 10-year old, knocking out a tooth and bloodying his nose. The man, charged with second-degree assault, claims he thought the person he hit was an adult and that the group was throwing popcorn at him and his girlfriend while they watched Titanic.
Amok dishes were on every menu in Siem Reap.
Parent engagement, not harsh policing may be the best policy for Internet use, according to a recent study of the habits and techniques of thousands of teens and their families in over two dozen countries.
In searching for their identity, teenagers often change course on their education and career goals, frustrating parents who have different paths in mind. These six tips remind parents to keep things in perspective.
Costco bathroom is the scene of another free-range parenting controversy. If a 5-year-old is doing the potty dance in the check-out line, does a good mom allow her kid to use the bathroom alone?
'House' came to a close Monday night in a series finale that may divide some fans.
Teenage pregnancy rates in the US have declined dramatically – 40 percent in two decades – but remain among the highest in the developed world. A new study suggests American teens don't have more sex than teens elsewhere, but that they suffer more "despair" due to poverty.
A culinary highlight was 'mamposteao,' a simple rice and bean side dish.
'Mad Men' brought back an old character who has found new faith in its newest episode.
Our connective parenting expert’s two cents on this ever-interesting, ever-controversial question. And for the record, she's going with nurture.