Child Psychologist Tells Parents Not To Be Too Involved With Kids During Remote Classes, Says Helicopter Parenting May Cause More ProblemsWith so many children learning from home - and adults trying to adjust to this crazy time - helicopter parenting is becoming a problem in some families.
New 'Snowplow Parenting' All About Keeping Kids From Ever Knowing FailureWith the new school year, a new style of parenting is becoming popular: “Snowplow parents,” moms and days who could have a negative impact on kids in the long run.
Experts: Giving Smartphones To Babies May Not Be A Smart IdeaYou may find it surprising that a growing number of babies under the age of 1 swipe away on the smartphones and tablets. That's according to a new pediatric survey a the Einstein Healthcare Network.
Is 'Sharenting' A Growing Problem On Social Media?A new study from the University of Michigan suggests parents tend to overshare -- posting pictures or stories about their kids online.
Study: Parental Involvement Has Little To No Impact On Kids' GradesResearchers analyzed 30 years worth of data, tracking the different ways parents participate in their children's academic lives -- helping with homework, observing a child's class and volunteering at their school -- and the impact they have.
Researchers Link Baby's Eye Gazes With Possible Autism DiagnosisUsing eye-tracking technology similar to that used to train doctors in laparoscopic surgery, Emory University researchers have been able to watch and quantify a baby's gaze between 2 and 6 months old.
Child Psychiatrist Offers Tips On Talking With Kids About Bin Laden's DeathAt what age should parents talk to their children about Osama bin Laden? To the head of the Child Mind Institute, Dr. Harold Koplewicz, it's a teachable moment for children of all ages.