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Cutting Off Cuddles: When Kids Don’t Want to Give Hugs Anymore

When kids don't want to give hugs anymore, it's important to let them take the lead on giving hugs and kisses – or not.

The Dreaded Stomach Bug: What Parents Need to Know

A top physician at Children's Hospital of Michigan explains the norovirus stomach bug, how it spreads and the signs your child should be seen by a doctor.

Managing Holiday Stress: Tips for Parents

Want to make the holidays more enjoyable? Try viewing things from your kids' perspective. Here are eight tips to help parents with managing holiday stress.

5 Steps to Make YouTube Safe for Kids

Questionable content on the kid-popular site is an ongoing concern. These tips make YouTube safe for kids and keep inappropriate videos off their devices.

Sucking Baby’s Pacifier May Have Health Benefits, Detroit Study Says

A Henry Ford Health System report finds that when a mom opts for sucking baby's pacifier to clean it, her child may have lower odds of developing issues like allergies and asthma.

Toy Regret: 5 Ways to Avoid Buyer’s Remorse

How can parents avoid that dreaded toy regret? Consider our tips before the next holiday shopping trip, birthday gift or just-for-fun purchase for the kids.

7 Bad Apps for Kids That You Don’t Want on Their...

Discover some of the top bad apps for kids. Plus, a metro Detroit expert shares safety tips that go beyond monitoring what kids do on that smart device.

Breaking Tradition During the Holiday Season

During the holidays, family traditions are sacred. If you're breaking tradition during the holiday season, though, here's how to do right by your family while keeping peace.

How to React if You Find Out Your Teen is Sexually...

Finding out your teen is sexually active isn't something most parents look forward to. Learn how to put the brakes on underage sex and cope if it happens.

Sex Trafficking at Malls and Target? Not Happening, Michigan Police Say

Parents who are concerned about viral videos describing attempted incidents of sex trafficking at malls should know they may not be what you think.

Managing Emotions in College: How Parents Can Help Students

The first years after high school are a huge transition that can trigger anxiety and more. Learn how to help young adults with managing emotions in college.

Pediatricians Amp Up Stance Against Spanking Kids

When it comes to parents using corporal punishment, the American Academy of Pediatrics has taken a strong stand against spanking kids as of late 2018.
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