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These Howlin' Halloween trends keep the creepy fun going all October long – whether you’ve got a wee ghost in the house or a teenage werewolf on your hands.
While parents should be focused on saving for retirement, many are taking out loans, including parent PLUS loans, to fund their students' college education.
Looking for a little pizzazz for your birthday girl's next party? Dream Scene Parties in Troy has a lot to offer – and it hosts some gender-neutral options, too.
Adopting a child with special needs has resonated with this Warren mom since she was a teen. Now, through Down syndrome adoption, her dream is reality.
A local mom and former school psychologist has brought Royal Oak's Bowlero Lanes & Lounge back to life, complete with many unique accessible features.
A local early education teacher's DIY sensory toolbox concept helps little ones with special needs navigate big emotions – and it's easy to create one.
The University of Michigan and Michigan State University are teaming up to create sensory-friendly Play POND for kids, set to debut in summer 2020.
No, we're not advocating processed foods. We're talking pretend play with plastic kitchen sets and toy food. Kids love fake food. Here's why it's a great thing.
A Michigan mom and 'cow dietitian' explains why milk's nutrition starts with animal health.
Research has found that mothers are more prone to extreme stress and loneliness during this phase.
Children with autism can display symptoms that mirror those of other disorders, including ADHD and anxiety. Here, two experts from Harbor Oaks Hospital offer insight on the overlap.
With Halloween just around the corner, kids who are going through orthodontic treatment might need to reevaluate what they eat from their trick-or-treat stash.