Back-To-School Anxiety: How Parents Can Help Their Kids Transition After Challenging YearChild psychiatrist Dr. Helen Egger says there are three areas to remember when prepping your kids: Practice, regularity and ritual.
Families Embracing Kid-Friendly Debit Cards To Learn Financial Literacy At Younger AgeHow soon is too soon to give kids their own debit card? Maybe sooner than you think with cards that let parents monitor every transaction and more.
Prominent TV Therapist Dr. Laura Berman Speaks Out About Losing Son To Drug Overdose, Dangers Of Social MediaDr. Laura Berman says she learned from her son's friend this all happened through the popular social media site.
Report: Popular Baby Food Products Contain Toxic Amounts Of Heavy MetalsResearchers say the metals can be especially dangerous to brain development in babies and toddlers.
Capitol Chaos: Child Psychologists Encourage Open Conversations With Children As They Try To Make Sense Of EventsThe chaos at Capitol Hill will be a disturbing chapter in our American history books, but it's one children are trying to make sense of today.
'I've Focused On Cultivating A Home Filled With Laughter': Melanie Dale On Pandemic ParentingThe author discusses her new Simon & Schuster book "Calm the H*ck Down: How to Let Go and Lighten Up About Parenting" and also shares tips for parenting during the pandemic.
Experts Say Parents Should Be Mindful Of Stresses Kids May Face Getting Back To Normal After Months Of Social DistancingExperts say kids may experience separation anxiety and stress about school. They say older students could be dealing with, "FOMO," the fear of missing out.
Parenting Experts Adjust Services To Virtually Provide Help To New Moms, FamiliesFrom birth to baby-proofing, physical distancing and stay-at-home orders mean the in-person, hands-on support parents would normally receive isn't available.
Coronavirus Update: NYC Public Schools Closed For Weeks, Parents Scrambling To Make PlansSchools will move to a remote learning model until at least spring recess, with the possibility that could be extended for the remainder of the year.
Coronavirus Anxiety: How To Talk To Children About The OutbreakClinical psychologist Dr. Robin Goodman explains how you can ease your kid's fears as the virus spreads.
New York City Lawmakers Push For Universal After School ProgramsWith parents working longer hours, some New York City lawmakers are pushing for universal after school programs. Co-sponsor of the bill, Councilman Ben Kallos, joins CBSN New York to discuss the budget and benefits.
How To Help Alleviate Stress For Children With Special Needs During The HolidaysThe holidays are a wonderful time for most kids, but for children with special needs, these events can be extremely overwhelming.
National Adoption Month: Here Are The Good And Bad Changes Facing Prospective Parents Trying To Adopt A ChildFifteen years ago, she shared the story of adopting her daughter Rosie from China. Now, she reports on what the adoption process is really like and how it's changed for both the good and the bad.
As Holidays Approach, Parents Ask What Is The Right Age To Get Their Kid A Smartphone?The dilemma parents are running into is how to stay connected with their kids, without getting them hooked on tech too soon.
Doctors: Here's How Sleep Boosts A Child's Focus, Happiness And Mental HealthExperts recommend a minimum of nine hours a night for children ages 6 to 17.