Target Offering Car Seat Discounts For Trading In Your Old OneTarget’s annual car seat trade-in event starts Monday, April 22 and runs through May 5.
Reading Aloud To Young Children May Improve AttentionResearchers found that the children who participated in the program had fewer attention problems and fewer disruptive behaviors when they started school.
Baby Wipes Tied To 'Perfect Storm' Of Child Food Allergies, Study SaysResearchers from Northwestern University say that a combination of genetics, allergens in dust, food choices, and the effects of infant cleansing wipes on the skin are all part of a package that triggers allergies.
Study: Second-Born Children Are More Likely To Break The LawStudies find that second-born children are more likely to break the law.
Tooth Fairy Payouts Are On The Decline, Survey FindsWhile the "tooth fairy's generosity" grew to $4.66 per tooth in 2016, kids only got $4.13 last year.
Dad Makes 'Bully' Son Run To School As Punishment In Viral VideoThe father's Facebook Live video has reportedly been viewed more than 1.6 million times.
Can Your Baby's Name Predict Future Success? Study Says YesAccording to the findings, parents of an "Oscar" or a "George" will be happy to know their sons had the highest future average salary.
Kids Ask About 73 Questions A Day, Many Parents Can't AnswerBritish researchers found that parents are turning to Google more often to deliver the perfect response to tough questions.
Pets Do Not Benefit Kids' Health, Study FindsDogs and cats have no "significant" impact on children's mental and physical health, according to a new study by the Rand Corporation.
Second-Born Kids More Likely To Become Criminals, Study FindsThe "curse of the second-born" child might actually be true, a new study shows.
'Wendy's Welcome' Eases Children's Hospital FearsOne local girl is making a trip to the ER a lot less intimidating for kids and their parents.
Jay Talking: Should Parents Ask Permission To Post A Photo Of Their Child On Social Media?Some children are embarrassed by photos posted by their parents. Should parents get the kid's okay before posting such photos?