Teacher Punishes 10-Year-Old For Calling Her 'Ma'am,' Parents ClaimThe parents of a North Carolina boy are demanding answers after they say their child was punished for addressing his teacher as "ma'am."
Cage Free: Animal Crackers No Longer Behind Bars On New PackagingMondelez International, the parent company of Nabisco, has redesigned the packaging of its Barnum’s Animals crackers in response to pressure from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Police Warn Parents: Predators Using Online Games To Meet, Lure ChildrenPolice in Michigan are warning parents that child predators may be trying to use online games to meet kids in the real world.
Charter School Says It Will Not Recite The Pledge Of AllegianceAn Atlanta charter school is sparking controversy over its decision to stop reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.
Study: Child Behavioral Issues Linked To Parents With Childhood TraumaA new study has found a link between the stressful childhoods some parents had and the behavioral issues their own children developed.
Idaho Child Diagnosed With Plague; Only 5th Case In State HistoryA child in Elmore County, Idaho is recovering from plague in the first human case of the bacterial disease in Idaho since 1992.
U.S. Babies, Toddlers Eat Way Too Much Added Sugar, Study FindsAdded sugar has been linked with obesity, asthma, dental cavities and heart disease risk factors such as high cholesterol and high blood pressure.
Girl Wouldn't Stop Playing 'Fortnite' To Use Bathroom, Sent To RehabA young girl in the UK has been sent to rehab after her parents claim she became so addicted to a video game she refused to stop playing, even to use the bathroom.
Toddlers Can Remember Songs While SleepingToddlers do have the ability to remember and have memory recall.
Mother Claims IHOP Discriminated Against Toddler With No ArmsAn Arkansas mother is accusing a local IHOP franchise of discriminating against her three-year-old son who was born without arms.
More Parents Smoking Marijuana Around Children, Study SaysAccording to researchers from Columbia University, the number of cigarette-smoking parents who said they used marijuana increased from 11 percent in 2002 to over 17 percent in 2015.