Back-To-School: Expert Advice For A Smooth TransitionThis week is summer’s last hurrah for many kids. Experts say now is the time to get them into back-to-school mode.
Caught On Video: Mother Arrested After Leaving Infant In Hot Car In 100-Degree HeatNewly released body cam video shows the dramatic moment police rescued the baby from what could have been another hot car tragedy.
Long Island Referees Quitting As Misbehaving Parents Threaten To Shut Down School SportsSports are meant to be fun, but some officials are arriving at their breaking point because of parents behaving badly.
Study: Playing For Fun, Not To Win, Key To Get Young Children Into Sports For LifeThe American Academy of Pediatrics says children should be physically active pretty much as soon as they can walk, run and play.
Baby-Nups: Parents Lay Out Duties To Manage Little One's Big ResponsibilitiesFor anyone who has a new baby or is planning for one, there's some hard work ahead.
Expert: Preparing Students And Parents To Deal With College DenialsNow is the time teenagers start receiving college acceptance letters and decide where they’re going to continue their education. But with that also comes rejection.
How To Pick The Perfect Summer Camp For Your ChildrenAmerican Camp Association of New York and New Jersey Executive Director Susie Lupert shared her advice with CBSN New  York.
How To Safely Share Photos Of Your Kids On Social MediaA study found 71 percent of parents says images could end up in the wrong hands, most continue to post photos.
Good Housekeeping Announces Top Kid-Approved Toys Of 2018With the holidays fast approaching, it’s time to take a look at some of the must-have toys of the season.
Send Your Kids Back To School With These Easy, Healthy LunchesNutritional therapist and author Amy Ruth Finegold has some healthy school lunches to keep your kids happy – and full.
Spying Parents: How To Keep Track Of Kids Without Getting Too NosyWhile there are lots of ways to keep an eye on your kids, from GPS tracking apps, to stalking them on social media, parenting expert Julie Ross says that can send the wrong message to kids who are enjoying their independence for the first time.