Resolutions can be a great way for families to set goals together, but Mollie Grow, MD, a pediatrician at Seattle Children’s, says resolutions need to be attainable.
We spend a lot of time and energy teaching our kids whom they should fear. Maybe we can also teach them whom they shouldn't.
Dr. Alexander Garrard is concerned about the growing popularity of e-cigs and pot-infused "medibles" that are making kids sick.
Holiday rituals don't have to be some ancient ceremony; they could just as well be some unplanned thing you did once and decided to keep doing.
Kid President's YouTube video has gone viral; enjoy the clip and activate with other families to serve our nation's homeless.
The thing about bias and ignorance is that people never see it in themselves.
The inaugural Seattle Times LiveWire event brings together brain scientists, education experts and political leaders to explore questions about early learning.
Get out of the way and let them play: Child-directed play is the best way a child learns and grows.
A Seattle childbirth educator helps prepare women for vaginal birth after cesarean.