As more parents are refusing to vaccinate their kids, a growing number of doctors are refusing to see these children as patients—with the blessing of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
PAW Patrol, is hitting the road with its first-ever live stage show, PAW Patrol Live!: Race to the Rescue, coming to 90 U.S. cities, including NYC, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
What it's like to provide your child with medical marijuana in New York.
Five NYC parks in desperate need of repairs and renovations will receive $150 million for upgrades.
NYMetroParents is proud to announce the 8 finalists in the 2016 Kids Cover Contest.
The new teaser trailer for Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has got fans counting the days until they enter a world of pure imagination when the show opens in April.
Though hundreds of pre-K seats have been added throughout Queens, there is still a waitlist for kids in Hunters Point. The DOE is introducing a trailer classroom to accommodate these children.
A study that aims to research whether specific genes are linked to autism is looking for participants.
More than 200 volunteers from Delta Air Lines, DreamYard Project, Bronx Pro Group organizers from KaBOOM! and the community worked together to give local kids a new playground.
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.
Pokémon is all the rage once again, with fans of the original game that was popular in the 90s getting the chance to enter the world with Pokémon Go.
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled a number of hoverboards because the lithium-ion battery pack which is used in the device can overheat.
NYC’s brightest gathered at CE Week’s “10 Under 20: Young Innovators to Watch” award ceremony to be honored for their achievements in technological advancement.
The State Fair in East Rutherford, NJ—kicks off on June 23 for 17 days of fun.
There are new guidelines for children from doctors who specialize in sleep disorders, detailing how much sleep children of every age should get.
First Lady Michelle Obama announced the winners of the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge, a nationwide recipe challenge for kids that promotes cooking and healthy eating.
In a recent study called “The Mom Gig,” Redbook shed some light on the answer to the question we’ve all been wondering for years: What exactly do stay-at-home moms do on a daily basis?
The New York City Education Department is expected to announce a plan today to help black and Hispanic students gain acceptance to some of the most competitive high schools.
Curious George's latest adventure encourages STEM learning for children.
A round-up of amazing stories of NY-area graduates from local high schools and colleges.
710,000 cases of Hostess treats have been recalled due to possible contamination from a peanut residue.
Students from all five boroughs presented their artwork during LeAp’s ninth-annual citywide student exhibition entitled “A View from the Lunchroom: Students Bringing Issues to the Table,” designed to empower young people to have a voice in their communities and to express themselves on issues of importance to them.