Stanford University is eliminating sales of cigarettes, chewing tobacco and e-cigarettes starting next month.
Actor Liam Neeson was interviewed on CBS's '60 Minutes' Sunday evening about the 2009 death of his wife, actress Natasha Richardson. A mom of four boys relates to the actor's delayed sharing of his grief, thinking about how men and women process grief differently.
US figure skater Ashley Wagner complained about the judges scores after Thursday night's free skate figure skating finals, earning some negative press for her reaction. How do we learn to lose with grace?
The aunt of a 5-month-old baby who stopped breathing was helped by strangers and police officers Thursday, who performed CPR and helped to start the baby's breathing again.
Loneliness in the lunch line at school can be scary for a young child, but one elementary school in Bridport, Vt., taught kids empathy through a system that made sure kids sit with different peers every day.
As winter rages on in some part of the US, a stay-at-home mom of an infant finds ways to keep the walls of her apartment from closing in.
Facebook's purchase of the mobile chat application WhatsApp for $19 billion drops another breadcrumb for parents trying to track their kids online.
'Neknomination' is a game that challenges participants – mostly young adults – to binge drink, then challenge their friend to 'one-up' their performance. What was offline is now appearing on social networks. Here's how to stop the pressure on teens.
More than 14 million viewers over the last six days have been watching a video game played live online, by more than 120,000 players. 'TwitchPlaysPokemon' is amassing a worldwide following, and spurring discussions about civics along the way.
Kansas is one of 19 states in America that allows corporal punishment. But a Kansas lawmaker would like to sharpen the definition of spanking, by allowing up to 10 strikes of the hand.
The Sochi Olympic Games have been the toughest for US Olympians since 1988, a shift from recent Olympics spent on the top tier of the podium. Good thing our Olympians have shown plenty of examples why Bronze is still valuable.
A mother of four boys tries to help her sons navigate the stormy waters of young love. Applying 'Star Trek' logic, she realizes that no matter your approach, Valentine's Day will always remain an unsolved mystery. The best you can do is gather data and improve your approach for next year.
As many around the world celebrate Valentine's Day, one mom underlines the importance of feeding the soul, through sharing a meal with loved ones. From romantic dinners at home, to hosting lots of family and friends, good food never fails to fill everyone with love.
A new study published in the journal Pediatrics delivers the latest research numbers on caffeine intake for Americans kids. While the consumption of caffeine hasn't increased in recent years, the sources have shifted – from mostly soda to also including coffee and energy drinks.