When you hire someone to teach your children to swim, you should not have to worry about the instructor making unfounded reports about them to CPS. Twice.
On Christmas morning in 2016, as 18-year-old Alyssa Gilderhus began to open her gifts, she suffered a life-threatening brain aneurysm.
Can your child be legally left at home without a babysitter or other supervision? Well, that depends.
After her daughter showed signs of congestion, the mother of a 9-month-old baby girl known only as “Baby H” placed her on a pillow in her crib after giving her Tylenol.
Three-month-old Ethan had been in perfect health. He was breastfed, was on his growth curve, and had never been sick. The family did not have any history of SIDS.
On April 6, 2016, a young girl -- known only as N.M. in court documents -- was extremely fussy, causing her concerned parents to bring her to the family’s pediatrician. The pediatrician diagnosed her
Every state has a law about children’s car seats, but do you know what the law is in your state? Should your child’s car seat be rear-facing or forward-facing?
Should I leave my child alone in the car or at home? Can I let them play at the park across from our house? Can they play a game of basketball in the street? While we parents may have grown up
Though the Halberts’ newborn baby boy was otherwise doing great, someone called CPS on them after his weight temporarily dipped below his projected growth curve.
Last fall, Mary Cobb and her husband spent the afternoon at the lake with their five-year-old son who struggles with autism and is often prone to meltdowns, self-injurious behavior, and violent