Gender identity refers to the way a person perceives themselves—male, female, both, neither, or somewhere in-between. This is different from sexual orientation, or who a person is attracted to. All kids go through gender development, so here’s what you should know. Building a sense of self Children may begin to develop their gender identity as […]
YouTube, Facebook, Instagram. You may think that you know your way around social media. But how much do you really know about YouTube Kids, Snapchat, and TikTok? Educate yourself about social media apps that appeal to kids. Below are some tips on helping your child use social media safely and appropriately. Are “child-friendly” social media […]
Many people eat too many salty foods, and kids are no exception. Parents can set the stage for better adult habits by putting limits on salty foods right from the start.
The common cold and a mild flu don’t usually require a trip to the doctor. But parents should look for warning signs that your child needs a checkup.
Raising an ambitious child helps him or her become a successful adult.
What better way to ensure that your child eats nutritious foods than to build a healthy plate?
The biggest threat to the health of children older than 1 is not a dread disease. It’s accidental injury.
Every milestone—from when your baby first holds up her sweet little head to when she speaks her first word—is thrilling. These moments aren’t just exciting and fun; they’re also markers that can clue you into your baby’s development.
A school emergency shouldn’t happen often, but it’s something for which you should prepare your child.
Vegetables and fruits can be a tough sell for youngsters. But two simple changes in your family’s eating habits can help make sure that your children get enough of these healthy foods every day.