In the U.S., more than 80 percent of children under the age of 5 have been spanked by their parents or caretakers.
Jamie told 'Newsweek' he's now feeling "much better."
A photo of Jessica Simpson's daughter went viral on Wednesday after social media users mom-shamed the singer and entrepreneur for the way she apparently strapped the baby into her stroller.
The new PSAs were made with the group Autism Speaks, which has been criticized in the past for what many see as stigmatizing autism.
Evans recently regained custody of her children after they were temporarily removed from her care in May.
A mother in Australia faced the courts after using a wooden spoon to hit her daughter, who was eating worming tablet-laden hamburger meat intended for dogs.
"How can you be that mad at somebody and still love them that much?" songwriter Aaron Barker wondered.
Is it abusive, or a good lesson?
Video of the incident has sparked a debate about parenting on social media.
Early morning breakfast doesn't have to be so hard.
Kit Tarka's parents have launched a charity after their son died.
Researchers watched mothers and children play to arrive at their conclusion.
Making children eat what they don't want does little for their health, and could cause unnecessary tension, according to a developmental expert.
The benefits of breastfeeding for children and mothers are irrefutable.
Distracted driving causes about one in four car crashes in the U.S.
Following these habits appeared to slash the risk of becoming obese by 75 percent, scientists found.
Growing evidence suggests same-sex and different-sex parents are equally successful at raising children.
She wants to see warning signs in playgrounds alerting parents to avoid the same mistake.
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.