You’ve probably heard the expression ‘swipe right’ to connect with someone you’re interested in on the dating app, Tinder. There’s a fairly new app called ‘Yellow’ – it is the same kind of concept for teens, but many parents are worried about just who is using Yellow. Yellow reports 7 million users worldwide and once you’re connected, users can swap…
Honesty is truly the best policy. Experts say being honest with your kids about your past youthful misdeeds can help them make smarter choices. Greg and Tangena explain.
Tyler hit the streets to find out what cool traits you inherited from you parents!
Abbi and Greg discuss the different ways a parent’s act of love might be doing more harm than good.
What did your parents do that you would never do to your kids? Tyler hit the streets to find out.
Having the necessary EpiPens on hand is pinching the wallets of many parents as the price for the self-injection device — which contains the drug epinephrine and can counteract anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction — have soared 500 percent. Greg and Abbi have the story.
A woman called CPS because she saw her neighbor’s children playing outside in the rain. Greg and Cyndi explain.
Parents have relied on hypnosis to control their kids minds. However, some experts are skeptical about whether it’s appropriate for kids. Greg and Abbi have the details.
The immersive and inescapable way children and teens are exposed to violence in their “media diet” on social media apps, video games and movies can make them more aggressive and fearful, the American Academy of Pediatrics says in a new policy statement.
It’s a problem at schools across the country, but one town in Wisconsin wanted to find a new proactive approach when it comes to limiting bullying. Shawano’s city council passed an anti-bullying ordinance, which allows for parents to be fined if their child’s behavior is considered to be bullying.