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A Royal Oak mom of a now-grown son reflects on reconnecting with Anne Morrow Lindbergh's book a Gift from the Sea during a 'spring break for mom' trip.
Sensory rooms in Michigan classrooms are getting a boost from the metro Detroit restaurateur and dad who runs Fredi the PizzaMan Foundation for Autism.
Underarm funk like you're head-locking a skunk? When tweens refuse to shower and hygiene comes too close to this Black-Eyed Peas lyric, it's time to talk.
Anxiety in kids is common, but pinpointing these disorders can be tricky, thanks to subtle symptoms that aren't clear to parents – let alone the kids themselves.
The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association notes sleep apnea in kids is often untreated. Why – and what signs should you look for in your child?
Kids with Tourette's syndrome or other tic disorders enjoy a summer camp experience in a safe and supportive environment at MichTic Camp.
Nothing says spring quite like cherry blossoms. See them bloom at one of these cherry blossom travel destinations in Michigan, New York and Oregon.
STEP in Dearborn is a nonprofit organization that offers resources to adults with special needs. Learn what they offer and how you can get started.
14-year-old Delaney Kraemer of Macomb County wrote the German shepherd kids book series as a way to express herself and overcome her health conditions.
It's been five years since the news broke that lawmakers had switched Flint residents to contaminated water. Here's a look at the crisis through one mother's eyes – and an update on what has happened since.
Meet the family behind Livonia's Super Mercado El Jalisco and find out what this unique Mexican supermarket can offer your family.
Need some fun April facts to impress your friends? Learn some Michigan plantlife tidbits, library data and Titanic facts here.