Fifty years ago, on the very first broadcast of a quirky TV program that featured a bunch of furry puppets, the first episode of "Sesame Street" aired in the fall of 1969 — sponsored by the letters W, S and E and the numbers 2 and 3.
This Dec. 17, Spencer Jackman will be walking and receiving his bachelor’s degree in communication studies from BYU at the age of 17, having previously gotten his associate's from UVU's concurrent enrollment program.
Screen time use by infants, toddlers and preschoolers has exploded over the last decade, concerning experts about the impact of television, tablets and smartphones on these critical years of rapid brain development.
Vaping makes teens more likely to try cigarettes, but doesn't increase the odds that they'll become smokers, according to a new study that looked at more than 12,000 middle school and high school students in the United States.
It can be difficult to find activities for children with sensory processing differences.
That's why The Leonardo Museum and Vivint Smart Home decided to create a monthly event they call Sensory-Friendly Mondays.
“We also need to study how to have the conversation, so that it’s not threatening to anybody so that we feel that it’s a mutually supportive conversation and that it’s all about keeping the children safe,” Dr. Carole Stipelman said.
It is possible to raise resilient, body-positive kids even in our thin-obsessed culture. Helping a child respect and feel confident about his or her body is no small feat, but it's definitely possible. Here are three tips to help.
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s time to stock up on candy for trick-or-treaters. One Draper mother is reminding people to also include nonfood treats on their shopping list for kids with allergies.
Weight loss surgery has traditionally been viewed as a procedure for adults with severe obesity who haven't been able to lose weight or keep it off. Now, pediatricians are calling for it to be more accessible for children and teens with severe obesity too.
Not all young kids have to be mentally scarred like I was to enjoy a good rollercoaster, and they can still have their bragging rights. All it takes is a creative family, a television and a laundry basket.