At home, open communication and rock-solid routines can wrangle disruptions and uncertainty.
A good night of solid rest will make days spent at home all the more tolerable.
Your middle schooler might be showing classic signs of anxiety—and if you're not paying attention, you could miss them.
Kids who endure bullying are more likely to suffer mental health problems—and they may in turn become more likely to bully.
Follow these easy steps to help your child manage jitters before the first bell rings.
Setting boundaries with phones, computers, video games and televisions encourages healthy, active lifestyles now and later.
Have fun, healthy foods ready to eat—and know your child's schedule.
Parents can turn to these 5 proven tips when their child's school days are fraught with anxiety.
If you’re the type of parent who likes to plan ahead, now is the time to think about new tips and tactics to make the coming school year run smoothly.
If your child is itching, don't fret. A pediatric nurse practitioner provides clear-cut tips that won't leave you scratching your head.
Signs throughout school, on school's website made students three times more likely to use the salad bar.
Study suggests genetics contribute to a student's lack of motivation.
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