Do your children enjoy playing team sports or is it stressing them out, causing them injury, or becoming a burden to them? Are you part of the problem? Find out the issues many parents, coaches and children are facing in organized team sports.
Jessica Ivins | posted Apr 21st - 2:28pm
A guest list that started at zero quickly shot into the hundreds after a Minnesota mother turned to Facebook to save her daughter's 10th birthday party.
Nkoyo Iyamba | posted Apr 21st - 9:47am
The birth of a child should be a joyous event for families. However, women in the Congo are reportedly being held hostage in hospital maternity wards for unpaid medical bills. Utah Congolese women hope to rescue hospital hostages in their homeland.
Sandee Lamotte, CNN | posted Apr 20th - 7:39pm
Your great-great-grandmother might have called for a wet nurse. In today's e-commerce world, if you're having trouble breast-feeding, you can easily buy breast milk online and feed your baby yourself. But some experts say the risks to your infant's health and safety are significant.
McKenzie Romero | posted Apr 20th - 7:37pm
A Pleasant Grove woman who murdered six of her newborn babies less than 2 minutes after each was born and then hid their tiny bodies in her garage for years was ordered to prison Monday.
Jarom Moore | posted Apr 20th - 3:48pm
Chad and Andrea Chapman decide to forget the haters and tell the world they "can't stop... having babies."
Jamie Gumbrecht, CNN | posted Apr 20th - 3:34pm
The announcement this year of a new, original Dr. Seuss book sent a wave of nostalgic giddiness across Twitter, and months before publication, the number of pre-orders for "What Pet Should I Get?" continues to climb.
Kelly Wallace, CNN | posted Apr 20th - 10:18am
Since one of my daughters is taking the public school state tests for the first time this year, I thought I paid fairly close attention to the debate surrounding the tests themselves, and the concern that schools are too focused on "teaching to the test."
Jen Jacobson | posted Apr 19th - 4:17pm
An 8-year-old boy with cancer becomes an official BMX pro thanks to the people behind the 'Anything Can Be' project: a non-profit organization that takes brings to life the imaginations of children with cancer through photography.
Jasen Lee | posted Apr 18th - 8:24pm
The annual Utah Coalition Against Pornography conference is among the largest of its kind in the country. The one-day event, which took place Saturday, focuses on educating the public about the problems and solutions concerning pornography.
Heather Simonsen | posted Apr 18th - 2:40pm
Alexis Carroll's son, Alex, was a popular kid before he suffered a traumatic brain injury while skateboarding without a helmet two years ago. He's come a long way, but he can still only say seven words and his days are filled with therapy.
Christine Armario, Associated Press | posted Apr 18th - 9:00am
The number of breakfasts served in the nation's schools has doubled in the last two decades, a surge driven largely by a change in how districts deliver the food.
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