The holidays offer the perfect time for kids to make a good impression, or blurt out that inappropriate comment about an elderly visiting aunt. Here are a few pointers on staying ahead when mingling during the holidays.
Mohammed Islam was teaching young adults the value of playing the market, but as it turns out his tale of financial fame was a lie. Now he is a cautionary tale for what kids should look for in a business leader.
Don't hate the princess, hate the game. One mom goes deep undercover into princess territory to find ways to develop tips to help empower young girls to know what's behind their favorite fictional royalty.
New reports show that non-invasive prenatal testing is becoming more commonplace, however the results to such tests, which can lead to mothers deciding to abort a fetus, are still far from their claimed accuracy.
A couple share a kiss as Russian conscripts, wearing military uniforms, bid farewell to acquaintances at a local railway station before their departure for their garrisons in Stavropol, southern Russia.
It is easy for kids to plug into content labeled as 'educational' on tablets and smart phones, but partnering screen time with social interaction might be the best way to help kids learn without isolating themselves.
The holidays offer a great chance to teach kids the value of giving, and one mom learns the first trip to visit Santa at the mall is a great chance to reverse the roles and let her son give a gift instead.
A little girl started a dance party on the platform waiting for the NYC subway and other passengers followed suit. Kids once again teach us that impromptu dance parties are the best way to ignite and share joy.
One mom realizes that for as much as she pressures her kids to play nice at home, things seem to take a dark competitive turn when they take to the soccer field, confusing her son as she yells at him from the sidelines.