A sweet little gadget roundup in the New York Times got me thinking about how we use -- or don't use -- technology when it comes to parenting.
Imagine that you found out your child has a rare, incurable disease that will rob him of his eyesight by the time he graduates from high school. Now imagine that a new therapy had been developed that could restore your child's vision. A miracle! Except the treatment uses embryonic stem cells ....
In the wake of the devastating earthquake in Haiti last January, we've witnessed acts of enormous caring. And the recent news that cholera has now come to Haiti has sparked another round of giving. But one of the most commonly requested donations -- baby bottles and formula -- can hurt far more than it helps, according to international aid workers.
Those of us who have teenagers know that it's a mixed blessing. Very mixed. On the one hand, there's the likelihood they will be leaving our houses after they graduate from high school and head off to college. We know that our hearts will break ....
One of the biggest reasons many women give up breastfeeding very early on is that they feel that night feedings are going to cost them sleep. But not all night feedings are created equal. Breastfeeding in the middle of the night can require a woman to wake up only in the most limited sense ....
For those of us flying for the holidays this year, the new TSA security screenings -- and the high level of attention they're getting in the media and online -- have added a new thing to worry about. Here's what you need to know.
The group Focus on the Family has suggested that programs aimed at anti-gay bullying are themselves "intolerant" of Christians, and represent an effort not to protect children, but to promote a "gay agenda." Wha?
Dr. Joseph Mercola is a giant in the natural health and parenting realm. Now he's planning to produce and market his own line of "all-natural" infant formula -- and his followers aren't happy about it.