H&M Issues Recall on Kids' Pajamas Due to 'Risk of Burn Injuries' from Flammability Potential

H&M has issued a recall on two sets of 100 percent cotton knit children’s pajamas over safety concerns related to flammability. Posted to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s website on July 25, the recall of roughly 9,000 pajama sets’ top portions is due to the clothing “fail(ing) to meet the flammability standard for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of […]

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What happens to the children when parents fight?

(HealthDay)—”Don’t fight in front of the kids.” Sounds like familiar advice that’s been passed down from generation to generation. But as it turns out, it’s not always the fighting, but rather the way you fight that can have a negative—or a positive—effect on your children. Researchers E. Mark Cummings and Patrick Davies have studied this topic for decades. They say […]

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Daddy's Girl! Rob Kardashian Shares Sweet Photo of 2½-Year-Old Daughter Dream

So dreamy! Proud dad Rob Kardashian shared an adorable new photo of his 2½-year-old daughter Dream Renée on Thursday, showing the toddler drinking a milkshake from Chick-fil-A. Kardashian, 32, left the sweet photo captionless, adding only two smiley-faced emojis. In the photo, Dream appears to be rocking a T-shirt from her cousin Stormi‘s dad Travis Scott‘s Astroworld merch. Want all the latest […]

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Why Are So Many Parents Spying on Their Kids?

There it is: your teen’s phone, left (shockingly! fleetingly!) unattended. Maybe you’re ready to guess at the passcode; maybe you already know the code because that’s the agreement in your house. Either way, you are suddenly seized with an intense desire to see what your offspring is up to online. Friends: Don’t do it. Seriously. Parents, when did we decide […]

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Doing Chores Could Lead Children to Have More Career Success in Adulthood, Says Expert

Good news for parents who aren’t sure whether giving their children chores is making a positive, lasting impact: It most likely is. In a recently resurfaced 2015 interview with Tech Insider, Julie Lythcott-Haims — author of How to Raise an Adult and former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University — explained the logic behind the idea. “By making them do chores […]

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Parents of depressed teens in treatment may also benefit from counseling

Teen depression can affect parents’ marital satisfaction, a new Northwestern Medicine study has found. Parents often seek mental health treatment for a child struggling with depression, but the treatment shouldn’t stop with the depressed teen, suggests the study. The study found that while depressed teens were involved in active treatment, parents’ marriages and parent-child conflict remained stable. Once the teens’ […]

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Prepare Your Toddlers – 'Baby Shark' Is Now Going to Be a TV Series on Nickelodeon

Just in case you haven’t heard enough “Baby Shark” to last you a lifetime, Nickelodeon’s got it covered. The network is teaming up with Pinkfong’s global entertainment company, SmartStudy, for a series that will leverage the popular children’s tune to create “a terrific original animated series that will bring this property to new heights and even more fans,” says president […]

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