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Tween Dating Tips

It's tricky turf to navigate, but we're here to help. Here are 11 tips for talking to your tweens about dating.
If your kid just can't shake that cold, it may be indoor allergies.
No one wants to think about needing life insurance, but part of being a parent is preparing for an emergency. Here, April Markland of Michigan Term helps families figure out how much they need to ensure that their children are cared for if the unthinkable happens.
Love's the target with this cute craft that turns smoothie straws into an adorable arrow. Here's the how-to.
Dr. Kelly Levasseur of Beaumont Children's Hospital helps parents figure out if seemingly benign childhood issues – like fever or sore throat – are worth an ER trip. Here's what every parent should know.
The Troy native behind Chicago's Vanille Patisserie serves up a buttery treat. Get the scoop on making it!
Parents and their kids can sign up for these kid-friendly cooking classes that let students make a pizza and decorate desserts, too.
'It's an education for life as much as an education for knowledge,' says one The Roeper School alumna about what she got out of her education. Want that for your child? Find out more from those who know the school the best – former students.
Dr. Leemor Rotberg of Children's Eye Care addresses parents' concerns and offers advice.
This year is a leap year, and there's no better way to celebrate than to check out these cool animals that are known for their jumping abilities.
Even young children can suffer from depression, anxiety and other mental health disorders. Here, parents can learn the sometimes surprising signs to look for and how to get help.
Looking for family fun activities in metro Detroit for the upcoming holiday? See what's in store throughout February 2016.