The American Academy of Pediatrics now recommends that parents keep infants and toddlers away from screens until they hit 18 months, instead of two years.
The "catastrophic" rise of violence in Iraq has left one in five of the country's children at risk of death, injury, sexual violence and abduction, according to a new UNICEF report.
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
President Barack Obama asked parents Saturday to teach their children to love, not hate, and to appreciate differences as something to cherish, not fear.
By PBS NewsHour
By Wendy Thomas Russell
One day we were trying to steer our daughter’s behavior by imposing timeouts and taking toys away and limiting TV time whenever she went astray. And the next, we weren’t. Did she start running roughshod over our house, our feelings…
By Michael D. Regan
More than 10,000 migrant children who entered Europe during the last two years are unaccounted for, raising concerns some may have been swept up by criminal networks, according to Europol.
By PBS NewsHour
Angola is a country of extreme wealth, thanks to oil and diamonds. Yet, it has the highest child-mortality rate in the world. Rampant corruption accounts for a large part of this contradiction. Nicholas Kristof, an op-ed columnist for The New…
Some schools in areas of Nepal that were hit by two powerful earthquakes on April 25 and May 12 reopened Sunday.
The Great Recession may be over, but the number of children living in poverty or low-income families is still higher than pre-recession levels.
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