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Melinda Gates said when her husband, Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, drove his daughter to school, other husbands started doing it too.
Everyone has an opinion about the "right" way to be a parent. Some outdated pieces of parenting advice range from misinformed to dangerous.
Melinda Gates' favorite piece of personal tech is a meditation app called Headspace, and she's got a trick with when to use it.
Letting babies "cry it out" or not is a big parenting debate, but as it turns out, there is no one correct answer. A parenting expert weighs in.
A parenting blogger shared a photo of her son using her phone at a restaurant and told people to ‘mind your own motherhood’
Screen time often keeps kids occupied on outings. Parenting blogger Kristina Kuzmic says there's nothing wrong with that.
Parenting is a challenge, and new parents are especially susceptible to common parenting mistakes. Here, author Nicole Rollender details five things she “self-corrected” on after the birth of her first child.
It can be hard to know how to make an easy but healthy meal for your child's lunch. But with a few simple swaps, you can have a healthier lunch. Here are 10 easy and healthy swaps for your kid's lunchbox.
Mark Cuban explains the steps any parent should take when their child has an idea for a business — whether you think it’s good or not
Mark Cuban said it's up to parents to guide their children when they show an entrepreneurial streak. In his upcoming book "Kid Start-Up," Cuban said parents can help their children by coming up with an action plan for their business idea.
A Silicon Valley VC firm just invested $10.5 million in an app that helps companies like Slack and Reddit make working parents’ lives easier
Parenting app Cleo just received a $10.5 million investment from Greylock Partners. The app is helping employees at companies like Slack and Reddit with the transition to parenting.
Parenthood is wildly different now than when I was a child. There are many things my parents let me do that I would never let my own kids do today — like spend a month in Europe on their own or shoot fireworks. Here are eight things my parents let me do that I would never let my kids do.