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Experts share what adults can do to help teens make better behavior choices.
How watching the summer 2016 Olympics with your kids can serve as a jumping off point for meaningful conversations.
Take this quiz to help determine which after-school activity is best for your child.
One writer explains how she lets her daughters express themselves through their clothing choices.
Eight ways to help be a better parent for your LGBT child.
Allyson Downey, co-founder of weeSpring, shares her advice for advancing your career while raising children.
With recent reports claiming that people are playing Pokemon Go at sacred places like the Holocaust museum, re've rounded up 5 places you should not let your kids play the game in NYC.
New information from Pediatrics says nail biting and thumb sucking in children may prevent allergies.
Expert advice on how to juggle motherhood and owning a business.
Tips for parents on how to prevent summer slide in reading.
There are new guidelines for children from doctors who specialize in sleep disorders, detailing how much sleep children of every age should get.
Six life skills children should learn to become successful adults.
A child and adolescent psychologist shares how parents can manage and reduce their child's tantrums.
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A child and adolescent psychologist shares tips to get children to listen the first time you ask them a question.
Choosing a babysitter for a child with special needs poses challenges to parents. Here are tips for how to find a sitter for your child with special needs.
In New York, the top baby names of 2015 were Olivia for a girl and Liam for a boy, slightly different than the nationwide most popular names.
Suggestions on where you can go to find great backdrops right here in Westchester to capture your children at play.
A law to prevent cyberbullying has been proposed by two Westchester County lawmakers
Arianna Huffington talks with us about The Huffington Post's new web series 'Talk to Me.'
A new study finds children trust knowledgeable characters on educational TV shows.
Enter your child in the 2016 NYMetroParents Kids' Cover Contest for the chance to see your cutie on a cover of an upcoming magazine and win awesome prizes!
In a study published by the journal PNAS, researchers found that 9-month-old babies that listened to waltz music were able to recognize sound patterns better than those that did not.