Rates of cardiac arrest are high. So, why don’t more people know CPR?
Knowing more about how a camp operates and trains its staff can bring about peace of mind for parents, two summer camp scholars say.
Encouraging your child to ‘eat a rainbow’ is backed by the evidence and can start more well-rounded and positive conversations with them about foods.
Some of the now-adult children of influencers are pushing back.
What’s true and what’s not? An expert in media literacy explains how to evaluate information.
Respiratory viruses are hitting young children and infants particularly hard this fall and winter season, and experts don’t yet know exactly why.
A scholar who used to evaluate after-school programs says they should do more than just be a place for kids to hang out and socialize.
Appalachia has one of the highest rates of oral health problems per person in the US.
A philosophy professor looks at the learning styles of different creatures to gain insight into curiosity among human beings.
Though COVID is mild for most children, it can be serious for some. Where we have safe and effective vaccines, there’s no sense in not rolling them out.
Parental controls and surveillance have their place but internal safeguards like empathy, resilience and values serve children throughout their lives, whether online or offline.
People who say they don’t want children are often told they’ll change their mind. The authors of a new study found otherwise.
A new study looks at UK kids’ physical activity levels once COVID restrictions had begun to lift compared with before the pandemic.
With nine brains, blue blood and a talent for camouflage, the octopus is one of the most fascinating creatures in the sea.
From fibre to fabric. The process of making textiles has been important to humans for almost 35,000 years.
The physical activity and social connection that take place at recess help children be more engaged once back in the classroom.
College students with children have slightly higher GPAs but often take a longer time to graduate and are more likely to drop out of school.
Grocery shopping and family meals are prime opportunities to build reading and math skills – particularly for young Latino children, a new study finds.
Parents often want their kids to be creative. But while creativity has many benefits, it can also be used for harm. Here’s how to teach kids to harness their imagination for the common good.
There’s no need to pull out the candy catapult this year, but a few reasonable precautions can keep COVID-19 transmissions in check.