Is your kid's physical development on track? Here's what you need to know about health, diet and nutrition, physical activity, and more.
It's all about the bunny ears, people.
At a time when one in three kids weighs too much, an inability to pack on pounds might seem like a minor issue. But some slender children have health concerns of their own.
There's plenty to get excited about this year (preschool!). Find out what lies in store as your child turns four.
Don't let your left-handed child feel left out. Help her feel comfortable and special by developing her left-hand skills for writing and playing sports.
Kids start to hone their fine motor skills (drawing, writing, cutting, zipping, and the like) in the Pre-K to 2nd-grade years. Help them sharpen their dexterity with these activities.
Trust me: The child's accidents have nothing to do "potty training" and everything to do with chronic, severe constipation.
The average age at which girls first remember feeling self-conscious about their bodies is getting increasingly younger, a new survey shows.
When your kid wants to ride without training wheels, help him make the upgrade.
The mom of a special needs child shares why she is vehemently against stunting the growth of children with disabilities to make them easier to care for.
An athletic teen girl wrote a powerful letter to her teacher about why she refused to do a class assignment about her BMI.
Are padded bras for kindergarteners practical or perverted?
Even if she is launching a new skin care and makeup line, beauty is only skin deep for Gwyneth Paltrow.
Buying a giant waterslide for our youngest son was the biggest out-of-character purchase we ever made. And the best.