Use these fun family activities to educate kids about the enviornment and to raise a green family.
Teen magazine's partnership with 'The Biggest Loser' is at odds with its pledge to help young girls love and accept themselves.
Tales of past drug use, even those expressed with regret, may backfire by leading kids to think 'if my parents did it, it's not that bad.'
The first family will host more than 35,000 people at the 135th annual White House event.
An engineering firm has created a contest in which students draw, film or photograph ideas and solutions to fix structural problems at their schools.
Globetrotting fourth-grader plans to run a marathon on every continent.
New research attempts to explain the tendency of teenagers to make impulsive decisions with little regard for consequences.
New Danish study confirms that walking and biking to school helps kids perform better throughout the day.
New study finds that changing a child's behavior might be as simple as changing the channel.
Children were shown images of real or mythical beings and situations and asked to decide whether the subjects were imaginary or could occur in real life.
Can math quantify all the complexities of your relationship and predict whether it will last? One researcher thinks he has found the equation.
Learn a little history on your day off by taking a trip to your favorite local historic park or monument.
A plea for help from 'Sesame Street' and the case for once-a-month cleaning top this week's list of must-read parenting posts.
A short and simple answer to the question that has stumped parents for generations.
Prizes include a trip to Washington, D.C., to celebrate Endangered Species Day, an art lesson with Wyland, and new art supplies.
Peer groups may subconsciously influence behaviors like study habits, but overt peer pressure also could play a role.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.