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8-Year-Old Commits Suicide Two Days After This Happens To Him At School

When an 8-year-old decides to commit suicide after being bullied in school, it staggers the mind to consider how traumatized he must’ve been to bring his life to an end. For Cornelia ... Continue Reading →

6 Ways That the Medical System Makes Us Ill Before Kindergarten

Mothers of small children ask me about natural health all the time. It happens in the line at my favorite natural grocer, or after a yoga class. Sometimes I receive questions through ... Continue Reading →

8 WORST Foods For Kids

What we feed our children plays an important role in their growth and development. Nutrition directly affects not only their physical health, but influences behavior, how they learn ... Continue Reading →

Researchers studied kindergarteners’ behavior and followed up 19 years later. Here are the findings.

Every parent wants to see their kid get good grades in school. But now we know social success is just as important. From an early age, we’re led to believe our grades and test ... Continue Reading →

Researchers Reveal 10 Things That Make Kids Happier

“One of the luckiest things that can happen to you in life is, I think, to have a happy childhood.” – Agatha Christie Childhood is a special time in one’s life. A time of discovery, ... Continue Reading →

One little change in how you talk to your kids can help them be more successful.

Why didn’t anybody tell me this? When expecting a child, a lot of parents tend to read anything they can get their hands on to figure out what to expect during pregnancy and ... Continue Reading →

This Giant Furry Dog Playing With A Kid Will Make Your Day

“Little Kids and Their Big Dogs” is a heartwarming photography project by Andy Seliverstoff that focuses on the unbreakable bond between little children and their supersized ... Continue Reading →

Yemen in Chaos: 1,000 Children Die a Week While World Ignores US-Backed War

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Everybody Needs To See This Controversial Viral Meme About Children And Consent

Telling your child to hug or kiss a family friend or relative might seem like an innocent thing to do, but as this controversial meme points out, it could actually be giving your kids ... Continue Reading →

Ten Ways We Misunderstand Children

1. We expect children to be able to do things before they are ready. We ask an infant to keep quiet. We ask a 2-year-old to sit still. We ask a 3-year-old to clean his room. In all ... Continue Reading →

The iPad is a Far Bigger Threat to Our Children Than Anyone Realizes.

Ten years ago, psychologist Sue Palmer predicted the toxic effects of social media. Now she sees a worrying new danger… When the little girl pointed at the sweets at the checkout, ... Continue Reading →

Pediatricians Warn Cell Phone Radiation Poses Cancer Risk to Children

The nation’s largest group of pediatricians warns parents against needlessly exposing children to cell phones due to a new government study linking cell phone radiation to cancer. Following ... Continue Reading →

An Elementary School Has Kids Meditate Instead Of Punishing Them and the Results are Profound

It was recently reported that Robert W. Coleman Elementary in West Baltimore will be taking a new and holistic approach to disciplining students. Instead of punishing them or sending ... Continue Reading →

Research Suggests Modern Parenting Is Preventing Brain Development

Let’s look at a few blunt (and disturbing) facts about our society.  Children are more overweight than any other time in history.  They play more video games and watch more television ... Continue Reading →

4 Mentally Damaging Things We Say To Kids All The Time

Kids have fragile brains. If 10 year-old Jimmy bashes his head against concrete, he’ll suffer greater injury than his 35 year-old dad would under the same conditions. Most of us ... Continue Reading →

Child’s ‘Incorrect’ Common Core Math Question Goes Viral. What Do You Think?

A Reddit debate on what 5 x 3 equals has many of the site’s users not only perplexed, but downright angry. The student’s answer to the common core mystery comes to 15, by way ... Continue Reading →

Religious Children are Meaner and More Punitive than Secular Kids, Study Finds

In a study to find out if kids who grow up with a strong religious background are nicer, more compassionate and more kind than secular children, it was revealed that religious kids ... Continue Reading →