Computer code is the next universal language, and its syntax will be limited only by the imaginations of the next generation of programmers.
I was asked this morning if I watched the Iowa Caucus, whatever dog-and-pony show that was in our political process.
You're in a public place -- say a restaurant or a doctor's waiting room -- and it's taking longer to get your food or have your name called than you expected. Your toddler is starting to get restless.
The average age of first-time mothers in the US has surpassed 26 years old in the past decade, reaching an all-time high, according to new statistics.
Lego Education has updated its aging WeDo robotic learning system with WeDo 2.0. Geared toward schools, it comes in kit form and is an aid to spark young students' interest in science, computing, engineering and technology subjects.
iChanter is a device that can link and communicate your smartphones, tablets using the internet. A perfect companion for your children!
A short video of American pediatrician Dr. Robert Hamilton's parental life hack was posted Sunday and currently sits with more than 5.5 million views. And, the video appears to be picking up steam, racking up more than 3 million views on YouTube ju
In a series of pamphlets circulated among local governments in the United Kingdom, British parents are now being encouraged to spy on their own children, and to report any instances of possible 'radicalization'.
I interviewed Don Watson who had a unique way of using his model train sets to bond with his grandchildren. He explains how they created a family tradition around their train set.
Many children grow into adolescence hating their bodies and despising their figures.
While the press continue to attack anyone who dares to suggest that pacifism is a realistic response to the world's problems, children in war-torn countries speak out in this powerful video
Toddlers and preschoolers are often left to their own mobile devices, with half enjoying their very own TV by the tender age of 4 and more than three-quarters regularly using their own mobile devices, researchers said Monday.
China abandoned the one-child policy that has shaped society since the late-1970s as the ruling Communist Party tries to boost a shrinking workforce and manage the country's transition to an era of slower economic growth.
"Fear isn't so difficult to understand. After all, weren't we all frightened as children? Nothing has changed since Little Red Riding Hood faced the big bad wolf. What frightens us today is exactly the same sort of thing that frightened us yest
Meet Lily, who was diagnosed with a severe case of epilepsy at six months old. She was having 200-300 seizures a day, and her parents had no idea how best to help. They had tried lots of different medications, but none of them worked: "It was like
Japanese toy company Takara Tomy is offering a working scale replica of the record-breaking 603 km/h (375 mph) SC Maglev (Superconducting Magnetic levitation) Train.
With all of the ridiculous new regulations, coddling, and societal mores that seem to be the norm these days, it's a miracle those of us over 30 survived our childhoods.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes had a pleasant surprise for Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old Muslim teenager who was arrested at his high school in Irving, Texas after officials determined his homemade clock could be a "hoax bomb."
OxyContin is a HIGHLY addictive opioid responsible for 17,000 deaths in 2011. Is it truly intelligent to prescribe it to 5th graders?
Not only will children consume healthier fare, they'll also learn about nutrition and gardening.
Alex Jones details the perils of our time on the ground in Rome and how the vatican has been taken over by pedophile ring.
Sanger, who wanted to "exterminate the Negro population", honored as "champion of justice" alongside Rosa Parks, MLK
The Western Daily Press reports Nicole Barr of Harlow, England, scored a 162 on a recent IQ test, putting her in the ranks of the most intelligent people in the world. Nicole, her dad and her 3-month-old half-sister live in a caravan.
If you're a parent of an imaginative kid, you may have noticed that he or she can make up pretty good little tales to get out of certain transgressions.
Raised listening to his dad's old records, Joey Alexander plays a brand of sharp, modern piano jazz that you likely wouldn't expect to hear from a pre-teenager. Listen as the 11-year-old delights the TED crowd with his very special performance of a T
How do babies learn so much from so little so quickly?
The 64th annual California State Science Fair draws nearly 1,000 brainy kids from all over the state.