Teens come with a whole new set of parenting concerns. Here's everything you need to know about first dates, first jobs, mood swings, body image, and so much more. Plus: How to protect your teen from violence.
Age-by-age activities for teaching your child about money.
The key to shedding pounds is choosing foods that fight hunger.
When and how do you teach kids about money? Check out this timeline that starts during preschool and ends during high school.
The ability for your teen to send you a discreet message can be the difference between your kid laughing with you at the dinner table or spending six months in a recovery center.
Does your child need to lose weight? We'll help you talk about it without hurting her feelings.
Have you heard of this new trend among tweens and teens?
Twitter users are asking Disney to give Queen Elsa a girlfriend in 'Frozen 2.'
Teens may be tight-lipped when it comes to sex, especially when approached by their parents. Suggest your child check out these online resources as a way to springboard into important conversations.
Jan Faull, MEd, on deciding on a high school curfew for teens.
Expert advice on how to make the best parenting decision for your daughter, who desires to attend prom with a senior student.
Vice President Joe Biden calls for the legal barriers to be lifted so that more research can be done on the effects of video games, TV, and movies in spurring gun violence.
In our town, guns never appeared to be an issue -- until my daughter's fourth-grade classmate was shot.
Kids using social media is fairly inevitable but even just one hour online can make kids less content with their lives.
She was happy her teen got home safely, and hopes she learned an important lesson.
He transformed the popular move into a stellar way to keep kids from spreading germs this winter.
Researchers have found hidden hashtags teens are using on social media to connect with others engaging in risky or self-harming behavior. Here's what you need to know.
Proving true kindness exists, Redditors answered this mom's plea for help editing her late son's choir solo.
Jan Faull, MEd, on parents' use of technology to keep tabs on their tweens and teens.
It's a question that a lot of parents are reluctant to ask. Our advice: Get over it and find out.
Parents of teens who struggle letting go of the reins may have a negative impact on their child's health, a new national poll suggests.
Teenage girls are using paper clips, dental floss, and hair elastics to make their own braces, and it's a really bad idea.
From doughnuts at class parties to pizza in the cafeteria, the food your child gets at school can be seriously unhealthy. But whose job is it to monitor what kids eat?
Find out why and when your daughter should get the HPV vaccine.