Parents in middle-income countries are more likely to spend a higher number of hours with their kids on homework.
Deanne Carson argued that parents should establish a culture of consent with their children by asking permission before changing a diaper.
The cost of having children in the U.S. has grown exponentially since the 1960s, when the government first started collecting data on childhood expenditures.
Not all animals take the time to parent their young, especially if they have hundreds per clutch of eggs. But it looks like this invertebrate did.
About one-third of parents also felt addicted to their devices.
A child’s genes, combined with their environment, will shape who they are. But parenting is part of that environment.
Turns out the quarterback isn’t the only Patriot to kiss a family member on the mouth.
A new law requires diaper-changing stations in both men's and women's public restrooms, because dads are parents too.
A Missouri man is charged with second-degree murder for the death of his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter.
Turns out parents with second thoughts about vaccinations might be just as worried as any other parents about the (extremely slim) potential side effects.
Researchers found no evidence of greater emotional or psychological difficulties among kids of homosexual parents compared to kids of heterosexual ones.
Mom and dad may claim they don't have a favorite child, but research shows they could be investing resources unequally without realizing it.
The study, which followed 253 families who had children who had difficulty sleeping, suggests parents’ depression may be alleviated once their children manage to get to sleep.
No need to ban the TV and touchscreens just yet...
A toddler really shouldn’t know how to operate a smartphone.
"Papa Don't Preach," the 1986 song by Madonna, became a battleground in the culture wars. But to see it as a political message is to miss the point.
Sue Atkins says the birth of a child brings major new demands.
In our misdirected desire to keep our kids super-safe, we have succeeded in making them super-sensitive.
The average cost for child care can creep up to as much $16,000 annually in the U.S.
On libertarian grounds, should parents interfere as little as possible in the lives of their children?
Two or even three generations living under one roof isn’t just for losers anymore.