Fourteen million American children have a mental health disorder, but most insurance plans don't adequately cover mental health, and policy makers have different ideas on how to best address this problem. We spoke to Parents advisor Harold S. Koplewicz, MD, child psychiatrist and director of the New York University Child Study Center, about what he thinks is needed -- and why.
There are a million things moms can run short on -- time, money, space, patience, the know-how to make important decisions in a snap. Here's how to save on all of the above, in the areas of your life where you need it the most.
A car is typically a family's second biggest investment, after mortgage or rent. And if you're a two-vehicle household, the outlay is twice as substantial. Here's some expert advice to help you get the most for your money.
Do you have or know one of the 14 million American children who have mental health disorders? Are you concerned about how psychiatric health services are costly and not always covered by insurance? Print and mail this letter to let your elected officials know how you feel.
Despite living in an electronic age, you may feel as though you're drowning in paper: bills, monthly statements, insurance claims, the works. Fortunately it doesn't have to be that way. We'll tell you what to toss and what to keep.