The National Institutes of Health has released "What Does It Mean To Be Parents?", a free Spanish-language publication geared toward Hispanics who are seeking advice on parenting.
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Fathers may be more important than mothers in determining whether a child becomes overweight or obese.
Although many organizations tout breastfeeding babies during the first six months of life as the healthiest choice new mothers can make for their child, a new survey reveals 32 percent of new mothers give up breastfeeding less than seven weeks after returning to work because of significant barriers.
Of the 32 million moms online in the United States, they are on average spending 86 minutes per day communicating, networking, sharing information and offering guidance and support.
Shasta County Public Health would like to remind parents that low cost vaccinations are available for children returning to - or just starting - school.
Children exposed to domestic violence are about 75 percent more likely to recover with fewer problems if their mothers are part of the intervention process.
For five years, pregnant women concerned about becoming parents have had help from a law that allows them to safely surrender their newborns.
Adult men who grew up in one parent households are more likely to have been abused as children
Dallas County Health and Human Services encourages parents to use Spring Break as an opportunity to talk to their children about cheese heroin and other recreational drugs as well as the devastating effects of drug addiction.
Cost effectiveness analysis of a parenting intervention in Sure Start services for children at risk of developing conduct disorder.
There is a definitive connection between the quality of the father-child relationship and interpersonal relationships later in life.
There is no single style of adult leadership that is suitable for all types of nursery, day care provision, reception class or children's centre
The state's blue ribbon panel on adoption will address media questions after the group's meeting Thursday.
How parents react to material hardship found to be key to how income affects children.
A substantial proportion of fathers who live apart from their children have lost touch with them and therefore don't provide consistent parenting.
The family guides provide emotional support, information on options and resources and timely referral to early intervention services
Parents of young children need to let their own parents know that important changes have been made in childcare.
The children of parents who have not completed high school are more likely to struggle with reading and writing.
Whether a child has an older father or lives with a single father are among important factors affecting how kids spend weekend time.
Today's mothers with young children are getting substantially less help around the house. Even when other women are living in the household, they aren't necessarily on hand to help with the kids.
Families' definitions of quality are broader than researchers;' parents want quality education and child care services.
Watching television parenting programmes like ITV's Driving Mum and Dad Mad really can help improve parenting skills and modify children's behavioural problems, according to a study at The University of Manchester.
Rather than encouraging children to forget past disagreements, it might be better for parents to use these quarrels to help their children develop useful skills in conflict resolution.
Electronic books dampen the kind of parent child interaction related to early literacy.