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Zayn Malik Dyes His Hair Pink, Thanks His Parent For His Solo Success

Zayn Malik dyed his hair pink, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Or, maybe he decided that it was time for a change. Earlier this week, it was assumed that Joe Jonas was coping Zayn’s blonde tips. Gigi Hadid’s ex-boyfriend was spotted wearing a hair color that’s similar to the “Pillowtalk” singer’s. Show More Summary

5 Ways Parents Hurt Their Kids' Chances For A Scholarship

With college applications submitted and decisions trickling in, most parents are now focused on the scholarship phase -- how to actually pay for things. A H/T to Tyler Hakes, marketing director of CollegeRaptor, for these tips on what some parents may be doing wrong. Show More Summary

Traveling with kids? Here's how to handle in-transit tantrums

How can a parent stave off tantrums at 30,000 feet? Follow these five tips.

How are you teaching your son to be a “Good Man?”

Call for Submissions - Share your parenting tips! The post How are you teaching your son to be a “Good Man?” appeared first on The Good Men Project.

19 Underrated Baby Products That Every Parent Needs to Know About

Friends and family can feel like lifesavers after you have a baby - they're an endless wealth of knowledge and are more than happy to share their tips. But with all of the new baby products hitting the market at record speed, it's impossible for them to always know about the best stuff. Show More Summary

5 parenting tips from a child psychiatrist

Without a doubt, parenting is simultaneously the most rewarding and difficult job we have as adults. As a child psychiatrist and mom, I am always asked if I find it easier to parent given my profession. I always respond by saying, “I was the perfect parent until I had children!” I am also universally asked […]

This Year May Be a Tipping Point for Paid Parental Leave

The Family Medical Leave Act celebrates its 23rd anniversary today. But, as a country, we still have a long way to go. The post This Year May Be a Tipping Point for Paid Parental Leave appeared first on WIRED.

Parenting Tips for the CDC

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Working With Your Spouse? Here Are 5 Tips to Get You Through the Day (and Night!)

My husband and I work together as co-owners of our company, share an office, parent two kids and generally have it pretty darn awesome. People ask us all of the time, "how do you do it?" And then they always follow that with, "I could...Show More Summary

Are You Keeping Your Child's Mouth Healthy?

UAB School of Dentistry's Stephen Mitchell, DMD, provides tips for parents to promote children's dental health.

5 Steps to Help Your Kids Deal with Your Chronic Illness

When you're a parent with chronic illness, you need all the help you can get to manage life. These five tips can help you get there. The post 5 Steps to Help Your Kids Deal with Your Chronic Illness appeared first on The Good Men Project.

10 Tips For Traveling With Kids: A Single Dad’s Guide

Single parenting is challenging. It’s especially challenging to travel with a kid in tow. The post 10 Tips For Traveling With Kids: A Single Dad’s Guide appeared first on The Good Men Project.

5 Tips to Be a Guilt-Free Working Parent

Science -- and a host of experts -- offer tips for working parents to kill their guilt once and for all.

Parenting Tip of the Day: Buy a Backward-Facing Stroller For Your Baby

I just got back from my morning walk, and as usual I saw a bunch of parents taking their babies out for a walk in their strollers. And that got me wondering: does this have any benefit for babies? What do they get out of a daily ride around the neighborhood? When I got home I tried to find some research on this point, but I failed. Show More Summary

9 Baby Sleep Tips from Moms Who've Tried Everything (PHOTOS)

Post by Wendy Robinson. When you have a baby, there is one question that gets asked above all others: is the baby a "good" sleeper? And as all parents know, the answer to that question isn't a simple yes or no. The truth is that some...Show More Summary

8 Tips For Getting The Most Out Of A Multigenerational Vacation

Multigenerational family vacations have been a ritual in my family for more than five generations. When I was a young child, they included my parents and grandparents. Now they include my children and grandchildren. We've taken a vacation with them every year for the past 12 years. Show More Summary

5 Tips for Building a Healthy Relationship with Your Teenager

As any parent will know — or at least will have been warned — a child’s teenage years can be some of the toughest. It can be particularly hard if their parents are divorced or separated. A whirlwind combination of puberty, hormones, high school years, […]

Teach Kids About Money With Tips From The Rich

Money, love it or hate it, is important. Even though they probably don’t need much of it to survive, children need to understand the importance of money from a very young age. And ultimately, it falls to their parents to teach them. Who the best people to learn about money from? People with lots of it, of course. Show More Summary

ADHD and Parenting: More Tips for Teaching Your Kids to Regulate Their Emotions

Kids with ADHD lag behind their peers by 30 percent when it comes to emotional development, according to research conducted by ADHD researcher and psychologist Russell Barkley, Ph.D. So a 10-year-old child may really have the maturity level of a 7-year-old. As clinical psychologist Roberto […]

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