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13 Mouthwatering Treats You Can Make With Boxed Cake Mix

Boxed cake mix is a staple in any parent's kitchen, especially when it comes to birthday parties and last-minute school bake sales. This versatile baking ingredient, however, goes beyond just helping you create a basic birthday cake....Show More Summary

How parents with less-than-stellar credit can help their kids get a credit card

Parents with less-than-perfect credit: You can still help your teenager or young adult child get a credit card and start building a strong credit history. Your credit history isn't shared Your credit history and scores are yours alone. A person who shares an account with you shares only the history...

Mom Truths: How to stop worrying all the time

This one is for all the moms who are always worrying about something. The TODAY Parenting Team's Cat and Nat are here to help us relax — and laugh! — a whole lot more.

Scientists Solve Mystery of Sperm Cell Swimming Stroke

Mommy, where do babies come from? It’s a question no parent looks forward to hearing. While clever animalian metaphors and thinly-veiled innuendo might help hapless mothers and fathers explain the process of human reproduction to children, that child-like curiosity still fuels research into human reproduction and genetics....

Trudeau’s daycare budget ‘is about getting parents of young children into the paid labor force’

The government's projected allocation for childcare 'doesn’t help women who decide to stay home.'

Ellen Pompeo Credits Her Baby Nurse With Making Parenting Manageable

Grey's Anatomy's Ellen Pompeo spoke about the challenges of motherhood and how having a baby nurse to lend a helping hand has made all the difference.

Tips To Help Children Cope With Divorce

Divorce is hard, for all of the individuals involved. When your parents decide to get divorced, you may experience many different, overwhelming, and even conflicting emotions. You may feel torn between the two people you love the most,...Show More Summary

We're all in this together: Nominate your favorite parent bloggers for an award

The TODAY Parenting Team is helping to host this year's Iris Awards. Here's how to nominate your favorite parenting bloggers and video stars.

Supreme Court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students

The court sided with parents of an autistic teen in Colorado who said their public school did not do enough to help their son make progress. They sought reimbursement for the cost of sending him to private school. Continue reading ? The post Supreme Court bolsters rights of learning-disabled students appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

If You Want to Raise Good Kids, Harvard Researchers Suggest These 7 Tips

Every parent wants to raise a good kid - someone who is caring, understanding, polite, ethical - but your little ones can't do it alone; they need help and guidance from the adults in their lives. According to human development researchers...Show More Summary

Do Not Lease A Car For A Teenager

5 days agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

A lot of parents help their kids with a car purchase, and so some of them are floating the idea of leasing a brand new car instead of buying a used one. While this might sound like an inexpensive way to get the newest and safest car, it isn’t the best solution for a new driver. Read more...

How to solve a problem of too many Photos libraries

6 days agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Bryan Packer is a good son: I have been helping my parents migrate all of their files over from a 10-year-old iMac to a new one. They have two iPhoto Libraries that I copied over to the new iMac. Now, on the new iMac, there are three Photos Libraries. Show More Summary

Google affiliate offers tools to safeguard elections

Jigsaw, a research arm of Google parent company Alphabet Inc., says that free and fair elections depend on access to information.. — Project Shield will help websites guard against denial-of-service attacks, in which hackers flood sites...Show More Summary

Help! My Husband and I Don’t Agree on When It Is Appropriate to Give Our Child Access to a Cell Phone

Dear Dr. Buckingham, My husband and I have different views about age appropriateness when it comes to the use of cell phones by our children.When is it appropriate to give a child access to your cell phone? What if one parent does not think the child will read his or her text messages? What if Keep Reading ?

You don't need great credit to help your kid get a credit card

Parents with less-than-perfect credit: You can still help your teenager or young adult child get a credit card and start building a strong credit history.        

Even an Engineer Can't Solve This Second-Grade Math Problem

Parents often find themselves helping children with their homework, and once in a while even the adults struggle to solve a difficult problem. One parent, however, was so stumped by his child's homework that he took his frustration to the Internet. Show More Summary

Want Your Children to Perform at Their Best? Science Says Parents Should Avoid These 2 Things

Science confirms that 'flow' in how children learn is crucial for their success. Parents and schools can help by avoiding two common pitfalls.

Soccer helped kick-start hockey careers for Kings' Drew Doughty, Jake Muzzin

Drew Doughty was just 15 when his parents asked him to make a decision that would affect the rest of his life: Did he want to pursue a career in soccer or hockey? “I was just as good at soccer as I was at hockey,” Doughty says now. “But living in Canada, it’s going to be tough to make it [in soccer]...

How touch can shape babies’ brain development

(Reuters Health) - For newborns, skin-to-skin contact with parents and caregivers may help shape how their brains respond to touch, a sense necessary for social and emotional connections, a new study suggests.

$2 million endowment from the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. helps foreign storytellers study at USC

It was always Anna Israel’s dream to be a filmmaker. Born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Israel first studied law at the urging of her parents before dropping out to pursue screenwriting at a Brazilian university. After finishing the program and brief stints at NYU, Cornell and UCLA, she knew where...

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