Getting help with the bills from the parents is seen as the norm for plenty of adults. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm shares the results of a new study conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Chartway Credit Union.
While excess weight arises from a complex interplay of genes, environment, diet and activity, new research finds Americans hold parents responsible for excess weight in their kids.
🎧 The hosts discuss a recent advice column, in which a grandmother said she was losing sleep about her 9-year-old granddaughter walking home alone from school.
The founders of the mega-popular Instagram account Big Little Feelings (@BigLittleFeelings), Kristin Gallant and Deena Margolin, have offered up their top tips.
When it comes to sharing content of children on social media, what’s legal isn’t always what’s ethical. Some of the now-adult children of influencers are pushing back.
How to help your parents plan for retirement. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm reports.
Over the last century, names started to move away from the traditional, becoming more diverse.
Childbearing goals have remained remarkably consistent over the decades. What has changed is when people start their families and how many kids they end up having.
Don't toss the no-TV rule because your child complains about being bored after school, says a family psychologist.
Many questions remain after a 6-year-old shot a Virginia teacher. Research shows watching gun violence on screen can desensitize kids to firearms' harm.
Updated recommendations push early intervention to avoid future, long-term health issues.
RSV, influenza, COVID-19 and other viruses have strained children's hospitals across the U.S., including LA's Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.
Social media and pop culture sometimes play a role in naming trends. For example, the name Karen dropped by 263 spots in 2021. Also on the downswing, names ending in "yn" — Jaxtyn, Korbyn, Carolyn, etc.
After pulling information from the Social Security Administration, Stacker ranked the top 50 baby names that dropped in popularity in 2021.
Some long-forgotten infectious diseases could surge in 2023.
The roundup of 2022's most popular names according to the Social Security Administration won't be available for a few months. Until then, here's a look back at the top names of 2021.
When sleep routines go haywire, here are the things to keep in mind to help the whole family reset.
If you're raising kids and have questioned whether you're doing a good job, you're not alone. Experts say there seems to be a general shift in how kids behave from preceding generations.
Good sleep can make you happier. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm shares the results of a new study conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Natrol.
A professional baby namer has cast her predictions on 2023's most popular names - and reckons "dark, moody, romantic" monikers will boom.
The rising cost of raising children and inadequate support for working parents are often cited as reasons why more people decide not to have kids.
Rankings are based on statistics from the U.S. Department of Education, SAT/ACT scores, college readiness, teacher quality, and graduation rates.
Watching a holiday movie brings families together. Buzz60’s Keri Lumm shares the results of a new study conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Plex.
Kids' sports and other after school activities can really add up. Here are three ways to keep costs down.
"Where are they now?" is often the go-to question when it comes to former child stars, but today, through podcasts and social media, the celebrities many grew up with on-screen are candidly answering that question themselves.
If mother knows best, does that mean grandmother knows even better? And what about fathers and grandpas? Buzz60’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.
How is it possible to spend so much time with your parents and grandparents and not really know them? If you skirt the small talk and dig a little deeper, you’ll be surprised at what you might learn.