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.
The FDA has new advice for pregnant or nursing moms.
Cloth, disposable or no diaper at all? Is one approach better than another?
Dr. Linda Quan from Seattle Children’s Hospital explains that drowning is often silent, which makes it that much more dangerous.
Ever admonished your kids with this advice: “Don’t play in the streets!” The Seattle DOT is offering a chance to do just that through its pilot Play Streets program.
A Seattle Children's Hospital physician warns that leaving a child alone in the car can have deadly consequences, even on just a warm day and only for a few minutes.
A new study, co-authored by a Seattle Children’s Research Institute doc, reports that infants eating a typical diet consume unsafe levels of phthalates.