What\’s the best way to deal with a misbehaving or out-of-control child? It\’s an issue with which plenty of parents struggle. Having a \”time-out\” is a common consequence for disobedient little ones, but is it effective?
In 2012, the average annual cost for center-based infant care was higher than a year\’s tuition and fees at a four-year public college in 31 states and in the District of Columbia.
Everything from TV, movies, music, school yard friends and even
parents influence the words children use. So what do you do if those words are bad
Would you intentionally handle something that has harmful germs and bacteria all over it? You do – every time you pull out a dollar bill from your wallet.
In the U.S., paternity leave for a lot of men involves saving up and cobbling together sick days, vacations days and unpaid days.
They\’re buying handbags, suits and sleepwear, among other things.
Couples who sleep closer together are happier with their relationships, according to a new survey.
The rescue of the Kaufman family 900 miles off the coast of Mexico sparked both backlash and support for their decision.
If babies had their way, they would be an only child.
Not forgiving yourself for past mistakes or bad choices is unhealthy. New research suggests cutting yourself some slack can help you live longer.
The price of beauty is probably cheaper than you would think, if you don\’t go farther than your kitchen.
A new set of smart shoes uses sensors and GPS to revolutionize navigation for pedestrians helping tourists, the blind and athletes get where they\’re going.
A few hospitals around the country are offering laughing gas, or nitrous oxide, as an alternative choice when it comes to pain management.
The principal of Haven Middle School in Evanston, Ill., thought leggings were too distracting on girls, so she banned female students from wearing them.
Wheaton Youth Center is headed for the wrecking ball after the Montgomery County Council declined to protect the aging building with a historic preservation designation.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.