Sex education typically focuses on male and female anatomies and how babies are made, but McAuliffe International School takes a more comprehensive approach that focuses on life goals and relationships.
Dyslexia does not have to be a limitation in life. Experts debunk myths, and two brothers share advantages and challenges of their dyslexia.
“…there’s this huge silent majority of parents who are vaccinating their kids. Only now, when we’re able to see these rates and we’re hearing about outbreaks because parents are refusing vaccines.”
Determining the right age for kids to start playing competitive sports can be a difficult choice, and now families face it even earlier. What is good and about competitive sports?
Nearly 55 percent of U.S. infants sleep with potentially unsafe bedding, according to a December 2014 study by the National Institutes of Health. The rate is higher among babies of young, low- income, non-college-educated, and/or African-American or Hispanic moms.
Paresis or muscle weakness has started showing up among kids with the circulating respiratory virus, Enterovirus-D68—a cousin to the common cold that causes wheezing.
An oil extracted from a specific marijuana plant, often referred to as Charlotte’s Web, has shown miraculous results controlling seizures among kids with epilepsy. That’s not true for every case, though. After a year of using the oils, a Stapleton family has seen some improvements but waits for their miracle.
A new kind of playground—adventures playgrounds—give kids all the tools they want to create whatever they want. By American standards, the play space is rampant with hazards, but some child experts advocate that children need to encounter risks to overcome fears and build confidence.
Stapleton has the picture-perfect image—does it lend itself to the growing number of divorcees? How does divorce fit into the picture-perfect image?
In the digital age, families face new challenge to stay connected to one another and not their digital devices.