Show: Parent Savers

Recent research indicates American kids today are falling short in terms of academic achievement, happiness, and wellness- when compared to the rest of the world. If that's true, what can we learn from international parenting styles to improve the environments in which we raise our kids?

You love your children. And because we want them to happy, new parents might be tempted to overindulge. But how to you actually know if you're spoiling your children? In what ways do parents typically spoil their children and how can it impact them long-term? And if you are spoiling...

When you've got little ones crawling all over your floor and putting EVERYTHING in their mouths, you may be thinking more closely about the products you use and their ingredients. We've switched out our common cleaning products for some all-natural homemade recipes. Find out how well they worked!

Bathtime can be fun, but it can also be a scary place if you aren’t taking precautions to help protect your child. Today, we’ll explore some tips to help keep your kids safe, all while having fun and teaching them valuable lessons to help make them self-sufficient.

Naps are important- for both you and your child. It gives everyone a break and allows us to re-boot and prepare for the rest of the day. How often should your child be napping, and for how long? What should you do if you accidentally skip a nap or your...

Type 2 Diabetes is on the rise in young children. So, how do you prevent this condition commonly referred to as the "silent killer"? What are the common risk factors associated with it and what are some subtle symptoms to look for in your children? We've got some great tips...

Eating in public with your children can be quite an experience, for both you and everyone else around you. So, how do you deal with potential meltdowns, children who refuse to eat and a table (and floor) covered in food? And better yet, how can you try to avoid these...

You notice your toddler's odd behavior and wild, inexplicable mood swings. He has trouble with fine motor skills, or perhaps an unusual aversion to noise or light. Could this be a sensory processing disorder? Learn the signs and symptoms so you can better help your child.

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