Tips On Staying Safe With FireworksWhile they can be fun, fireworks can also be dangerous. CBS News' Mola Lenghi 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.
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.
Viral Video Puts Renewed Focus On Swimming Pool SafetyA determined toddler is forcing parents across the country to reevaluate the safety of their backyard swimming pools. CBS2's Elise Finch reports.
Focus On Water Safety Ahead Of Summer Swim SeasonStew and Kim Leonard's 21-month-old son died from drowning, and since then they've launched their own charity in an effort to bring awareness to water safety.
Pool Safety Tips Help Prevent Summer TragediesIn an effort to promote safe swimming this summer, officials are reminding parents to keep a close eye on their children. This comes just days after Olympic skier Bode Miller lost his little girl in a drowning accident. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
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.
So What Do Dads Want For Father's Day?CBS2's Elise Finch took the guesswork out of it for you.
New Rule Requires EpiPen-Like Devices At Childcare SitesThe NYC Health Department approved the rule that says city-regulated childcare sites must have two auto-injectors available.
‘One Book, One School’ Program Unites Elementary School In White PlainsFrom kindergarten to fifth grade, every student at Church Street Elementary School is reading the same chapter book at the same time: “My Father’s Dragon.” CBS2's John Dias reports.
‘One Book, One School’ Program Unites Elementary School In White PlainsFrom kindergarten to fifth grade, every student at Church Street Elementary School is reading the same chapter book at the same time: “My Father’s Dragon.” CBS2's Ail Bauman reports.
Bloomfield's Plan To Protect Elementary Schools With Armed Guards Draws Ire From ParentsFolks say they're worried about fire arms in schools and outraged over the cost, which will reach about a half-million dollars. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Important Water Safety Tips For You & Your FamilyPlaying in the water can be fun, but it can also be dangerous. Jennifer Casper, owner of Goldfish Swim School in Wyckoff, stopped by to offer some helpful tips.
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.
Summer Fun Water Safety TipsWith four teens rescued Friday from dangerous riptide currents, parents and children are being urged to be mindful of water dangers while people head toward the water for summer fun. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Traditions Of Jones Beach Perfect Match For Memorial Day WeekendPacked beaches under a sunny sky made for the perfect start to a much anticipated Memorial Day weekend. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan 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.
Furry Friend Finder: Sarge & RaisinCBS2's Vanessa Murdock and Cindy Hsu have this week's edition of Furry Friend Finder.
Strategies For Families Facing Addiction ProblemsDr. Lloyd Sederer, author of several books on addiction, stopped by to talk more about what you and your family can do if someone you love is suffering.
Mom Celebrates Journey 'From Prison To Ivy League'“It’s like a dream come true” says Bronx-native Leyla Martinez who went from a 2-year term in prison years ago to walking as a graduate at Columbia University. CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
FDA Issues Warning About E-Cig Liquid Packaged Like CandyThe administration is cracking down on products it says are being marketed to children.
Kids Open Up About The Frightening New Reality Of Regular Lockdown DrillsAmericans of all ages remember fire drills in school. Most people rarely took them seriously, but kids today have a very different reality. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Transition From Winter To Spring Sports Leaves Student Athletes Vulnerable To InjuriesSo how can parents help their children avoid getting hurt? Dr. Christina Johns stopped by with a few helpful hints.
Jumping Off A Ledge At Boundless Adventures ParkCBS2's Elle McLogan took a "Leap of Faith" at a new aerial adventure park in Purchase.