As schools open for another year, students, parents and drivers are urged to keep traffic safety in mind.
Medical exemptions for vaccinations can compromise group immunity and pose a threat to children and others who really should not be immunized due to underlying health conditions.
Peer pressure continues to prompt high school students to light up because popular teens tend to smoke and they induce others to take up the habit in an effort to fit in and be liked.
Making the transition back to school can be quite a change for kids and parents alike. Here is some advice from a panel of mom bloggers.
Coming up with healthy lunch box ideas your kids will actually enjoy is not always easy. Here are some suggestions.
The start of a new school year is edging closer and it might be a good idea for parents to start thinking about how they're going to deal with homework issues, one expert suggests.
As the school season starts, experts warn that overloaded backpacks often result in back injuries among children.
For students with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, making the transition to college can be especially difficult.
It can cost $500 to get an elementary school student ready for class, and twice that for a high school student. Here are some ways to lower that number.
Parents can play a key role in helping their children transition successfully from middle school to the more complex and challenging environment of high school.
Getting ready for the back to school rush doesn't have to be hard. Here are some tips to get you and your kids organized.
Immunizations aren't just for young children -- college students need them, too.
If your house is unprepared to go back to school, here's some tips on how to get everybody back on track before fall.
You're still sitting on the beach, but unfinished summer projects for school -- posters, reading assignments, essays -- loom large. Here's how to make the job less painful.
During summer vacation, kids can experience a month or more of learning loss. As a parent, you can halt the summer brain drain and give your kids the brain boost they need to prepare them for the upcoming school year.
While parents spend about $600 a year per child in back-to-school purchases, pet parents will find it far less expensive to outfit their pooch for training classes or doggie day care. But as with any kind of shopping, it pays to research and compare before making your purchasing decisions.
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