Oxford Junior Dictionary omits many nature words, removes “acorn” in favor of “broadband” in an alarming sign of the times
Oxford University’s latest Junior Dictionary has omitted numerous nature-related words pertaining to plant and animal species, including “acorn,” “blackberries,” and
For three year-old Georgie Craig, learning to walk hasn’t been categorized as a normal developmental milestone: it’s the result of hard work and the innovative use of a NASA spacesuit.
Beginning July 1st, 2015, the trash cans of New York City will be less crammed with Styrofoam cups, clamshells, packing peanuts, and other single use, non-recyclable Styrofoam products as the city becomes
Parents today are hyper-aware that the parenting decisions they make could have lifelong effects — and a recent study published in the Child Development journal finds that showing sensitivity to
Perhaps this Jaws-themed crib isn’t exactly what sleep experts had in mind when they suggested creating a calm, comforting sleep environment for babies, but we definitely appreciate the amazing
Formerly homeless girl launches Blankets for the Homeless & provides blankets and necessities for thousands in need
Although the holiday season is officially over, we wanted to share the story of an inspiring non-profit organization that spreads the spirit of giving hope and generosity all year long.
As the mother of a once transportation-obsessed toddler, I often toted an embarrassing amount of cars, garbage trucks, trains and tracks whenever we went practically anywhere. If only Donkey
We spied this amazing igloo on parenting website Diary of a Working Mom, and we thought it would be a great project for a summer camp, childcare facility, school, or even a communal backyard. The
Furniture design for kids often falls into two equally frustrating groups: the “too beautiful to actually use” variety and the affordable but poorly made version. Serbian design studio
MIT scientist links autism to Monsanto’s Roundup and predicts HALF of U.S. children will be autistic by 2025
MIT research scientist and author Stephanie Seneff has studied autism for almost a decade, and her recent presentation regarding rising autism rates included a dramatic and controversial prediction.
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