New Guidelines Extend How Long Children Should Use Car SeatsThe American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending children ride in rear-facing car seats as long as possible. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Best Ways Parents Can Get Organized For Back-To-SchoolThe first day of the school year is a trying time not just for the kids entering new classrooms but also for parents. Planning expert Limor Suss joined CBS2's Cindy Hsu to offer some back-to-school tactics for busy moms and days.
Parents' Spying On Teens: New Tech Makes It Easy, But It Can Go WrongIt can be tough to send your teenager off to college, especially in the early years, but experts warns while the technology to spy on children exists, it is better to simply talk with them. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
‘Daddy Dolls’ Help Keep Baby’s Parents Close When Far Away"Daddy Dolls" are specially made for military families - with images of deployed loved ones in uniforms on them - and a recording device so parents can send special messages. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
'Pay Your Age' Deal At Build-A-Bear Workshop Overwhelms StoresA promotion for children to get a new stuffed animal and only pay their age for it at Build-A-Bear Workshop went over too well Thursday as massive crowds lined up and overwhelmed stores across the county. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Parenting Expert Offers Tips To Avoid Kids' Academic 'Summer Slide'CBS2's Cindy Hsu talks with parenting expert Chrissy Khachane on how to keep kids' school studies on track amid the summer break.
How To Prevent Summer Camp AnxietyCindy Hsu has some tips on avoiding separation anxiety for children going to summer camp.
Update: Advice For Kids Nervous About Starting Summer CampIt's that time of year again. Lauren Wexler, director of camps for the 92nd Street Y, talks with CBS2's Cindy Hsu about how to talk to kids nervous about their first summer camp experience.
New App Changing Way Parents, Kids Handle ChoresIn today’s high-tech world, many parents are no longer giving their kids cash to do chores. Now, there are allowance apps that help parents teach kids how to be financially responsible while earning money. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
New App Translates Babies' Cries So Deaf Parents Understand What's Going OnAn artificial intelligence app is helping deaf parents care for their children by not only telling when a baby might be crying, but also why. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Tips For Keeping Kids Safe In Crowds This SummerBig crowds can pose big hassles when a child wanders off from the rest of the group. Chrissy Khachane, an educational consultant and parenting coach, shared some tips about planning ahead before heading out. CBS2's Dana Tyler reports.
New Rules Broaden Parents Taking Babies To WorkWith Sen. Tammy Duckworth breaking new ground with her newborn baby on the floor of Congress, more offices are opening up to workers' babies being in the workplace. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
DNA Testing Helps Adoptees Track Down Their Biological FamiliesCBS2's Cindy Hsu explains.
How To Find The Perfect Summer Camp For Your ChildWhile it’s just starting to feel like spring, the summer will be here before we know it. Experts say you should enroll your kids in the next two weeks. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Monopoly: Cheaters Edition Set For Release This FallWho says cheaters never win? Finishing the game may be a different story.
How Lack Of Sleep Makes You Fat (And What You Can Do About It)CBS2's Elle McLogan discovered what sleep deprivation is doing to our bodies, and how we can repay our sleep debt.
Happy National Dog WeekElle McLogan meets the canines of New York.
Readying For The EclipseKids have been getting ready to view the solar eclipse from the Loberty Science Center in Jersey City. Janelle Burrell reports.
Adoption Center ClosesCBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Mom, Daughter Reunited 82 Years LaterCBS2's Dick Brennan reports.