A new psychological intervention can help any parents - even those crippled by fear and self-blame - to become powerful recovery coaches to children with eating disorders.
Inequality across the domestic sphere – housework and parenting – jeopardises relationship quality.
New research shows that families in Japan and the US struggle in very similar ways with how technology is affecting their lives, their relationships and each other.
Parents can cause privacy problems by oversharing their child's pictures online.
Parental well-being is being adversely affected by baby advice which isn't backed by evidence.
Dreading math class as you head back into school? Never fear: Try these tips from famed mathematician George Pólya.
Studies suggest that, even when we go to bed alone, the company we keep by day may determine how well we sleep at night.
And yet it's still technically legal in the UK.
Parents' DNA try to manipulate one another in a bid to shape junior in their mould.
As the first days of school approach rapidly, an educational psychologist offers strategies for combating anxiety in children and teens.
Having a newborn can be rough, whether you're a mom or a dad. New research ties men's testosterone to their postpartum depression – with some surprising upsides for their partners.
This year's changes to GCSE grades means results cannot be compared with those of previous years.
School can always be stressful, but starting high school for the first time comes with its own fears and anxieties. Here's some simple advice for parents to help their freshmen navigate the new year.
Vaccines against multiple diseases in one jab strengthen kids' immune systems, not weaken them. Here's why we shouldn't fear these combination vaccines.
When to start their child at school is often a stressful decision for parents, and there is a need for more support for them in making that choice.
The transition from early learning parent involvement to primary school level often leads to less face time with school and teachers and more home-based support for children.
There are several ways to help children learn and be interested in maths – even the reluctant ones.
Bo, aged nine, wants to know why adults think video games are bad.
With emotionally charged rhetoric from both sides of the aisle and many parents in a heightened state of distress, children are more vulnerable than ever to anxiety. What can parents do?
Adults are dumbfounded – and according to an expert on fads, that's probably the point.