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Sleep Tips: Get Your Teen Some Zzzzs

Sleep may be the secret weapon in helping your teen's academic achievement.

Help your child eat a healthy lunch

When your child goes back to school you can't guarantee she will eat healthy food in her lunch every day, but there's a lot you can do to steer her in the right direction.

Is my son addicted to screens?

Is my son's screen use "normal" for kids his age? Or has our whole country gone insane, raising a generation of children who are dangerously addicted to any and every screen?

6 surprising foods and drinks to add (or avoid) during cold and flu season

Minimize sick days and keep your child happy and healthy this winter by following these simple dietary tips.

How to beat the morning rush

Are crazed mornings stressing out your family? Here are a few strategies to help start the day off happier, calmer - and on time.

The secret weapon for school success

What research reveals about sleep deprivation and its consequences for academic achievement.

Nine steps to a smart start

With a little planning, you can make going back to school simple and stress-free.

How Can I Help My First-Grader Sleep?

I can tell that my daughter Kayla experiences nights of not getting a full night's rest. On school nights, she is in bed by 8:30 p.m.; however, she'll be tired in school and/or after school, and her mood or temperament is less than...

What is Causing a Change in My Child's Sleep Pattern and Behavior?

My first-grader got off to a great start this year and seems really "in sync" with her teacher. However, over the past week I've noticed a change in her sleeping pattern. She has been waking up within an hour of going to bed...

10 ways to prep for back-to-school success

As summer slides into the new school year, try these tips for a seamless transition.