Low-income moms have trouble affording diapers for their children and, as a result, are more likely to become depressed or have anxiety, a study says.
Hunter Mahan was leading the RBC Canadian Open golf tournament on Saturday. But then his wife went into labor. So, Hunter Mahan withdrew from the tournament.
Overweight people teased for their weight – fat shaming – will actually eat more, a study says. For overweight peoples' family, friends, and peers, "just being honest" about fat gain can have consequences.
Dannon's strawberry yogurt is colored using an additive made from crushed bugs. Some are grossed out, but Dannon's use of crushed bugs in its yogurt isn't that bad, and it's not the only everyday food with an unusual-sounding ingredient.
The family road trip has been the joy and undoing of many parents. With the long hours of driving coupled with children's short attention span, parents are extremely vulnerable.
Cyberbullying studies are a dime a dozen, but not so for cyberbullying studies about elementary school students. One of the first of its kind was just released. How many 5th graders own a smart phone, again?
Are you a digital hoarder? Does your e-mail clutter rival your closet? Balancing life and technology isn't something that comes naturally – it's a skill to be learned.
George Alexander Louis: William and Kate have announced the royal baby's name – His Royal Highness Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge.
Parents are paying less for college than ever before while also believing that a college degree is worth more than it once was, according to a Sallie Mae study.
The royal baby birth is check-out counter tabloid color for Americans; but for the British, it can hold deep emotion. One mom talks about her own evolution: from the knight in shining armor sensibilities of early childhood, to rebellious anti-monarchy diatribes as a teen, to the sense of national unity her kids witness with a new generation of royals.
Baby Einstein recall: Online reviewers complained about the "sun teether stalk" rebounding and hitting their child since 2011. The Baby Einstein recall covers about 400,000 jumpers.
The royal baby, the world's littlest prince, is here and now that we've seen him, let's talk about raising him. Here's to hoping the royal baby will be raised how Kate Middleton sees fit, and not necessarily how tradition dictates.
The world's first sight of the royal baby wasn't cute enough for some Internet commenters who instead criticized Kate Middleton's postpartum body.
Laurie Toupin and her family rented an RV last year. Now, after going through RV withdrawals, they've purchased their own and are setting out for the West Coast.
Juvenoia is an exaggerated fear of the effects of social change on youth. Even in an Internet age, the kids are going to be fine. They may even turn out better than us.