Halloween costumes are a great way for kids to have fun expressing themselves and their creativity, but sometimes what they want to wear can cross the line – especially for girls.
Dr. Koplow talks to Steven Sussman, Ph.D, about the problems of parent micromanagement.
Claire and Lucy give you some top tips and recipes for kids and babies. In the first episode of this series, they talk about weaning.
Hear the story of one woman’s identical twin sons who were born 39 days apart. And, OB-GYNs Dr. Idries and Dr. Ramil Abdur-Rahman explain how it’s possible for this to happen.
Parenting expert Alyson Schafer gives some tips on what to do when your child is being teased at school.
Halloween is a time of year when many kids do something they usually aren’t allowed to do – go knock on a random door and talk to strangers. And that can be scary for parents. Luckily there are some things you can do to keep your kids safe while they trick-or-treat.
Cultivating a positive body image is important for everyone. But it is especially important to impart this type of positivity into kids at a young age. One expert shares some tips for helping your kids develop a positive body image.
Research suggests some food allergies, eczema & other ailments can be avoided by delaying solid foods until six months. But try telling that to the grandma who started you on rice cereal at four weeks! We discuss safe ways to introduce solid foods.
Chelsea Clinton was beaming as she carried new baby Charlotte out of Lenox Hill Hospital into a waiting car. Accompanying her were proud husband, Marc Mezvinsky and parents Bill and Hillary Clinton. Chelsea Clinton announced the arrival of Charlotte on social media.