Language has always evolved. New words have always popped up. Teenagers have often led the way. But the internet and online life pave the way for it to happen more quickly.
The state's 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline responded to nearly 300,000 calls chats or texts since its July 2022 launch
There is no one-size-fits-all approach to selecting the best booster or car seat for a child.
The General consulted the 2021 National Survey of the Use of Booster Seats to identify discrepancies between recommended and observed car seat usage for children.
Here's a look at some of the best babyproofing methods and child safety products to help make your home safer for your children.
While 1 in 3 parents surveyed are confident that they can identify whether the belly pain is serious, parents do not always seek professional advice when these complaints become regular.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission on Tuesday urged parents and caregivers to stop using Boppy Newborn Loungers – a pillow for infants – after two more infants died after the agency issued a mass recall of the product in 2021.
Mother’s Day can feel painfully isolating for women who have lost their mothers and are still grieving even years later. Here's how some daughters are coping.
Dutton and Wrenlee are on the rise, but they're no match for champs Liam and Olivia as the top baby names in the U.S. last year. The Social Security Administration released the annual list Friday morning.
Citing data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Charlie Health examined the rising rate of suicide among adolescents, specifically looking at data for 15-19-year-olds.
The mental health of teenagers has grown far worse over the last decade. But a new report shows that, compared with boys, teen girls are disproportionately experiencing sadness and hopelessness.
Students may need a listening ear and reassurance in the aftermath of having witnessed a school shooting.
Concerns about the state of U.S. education have been discussed in communities across the country for decades, and the COVID-19 pandemic only thrust these conversations — and their urgency — further into the spotlight.