Parents throughout France now need to think twice before spanking children who misbehave.
New peanut allergy guidelines: Even high-risk kids high risk should try them, experts say.
Savannah Guthrie speaks to parent educator Betsy Brown who shares tips that will help you stick to your resolutions once the new year begins.
New Year's Eve fun can be a family affair. Kimberly Schlegel Whitman of Southern Living magazine and some young helpers demonstrate fun activities, child-appropriate treats and "mocktails" to ring in 2016.
TODAY Parenting Team contributor Amanda Mushro and some adorable young assistants are throwing a slumber party in the TODAY studio, offering fun ways to keep the kids busy (if not sleeping) during sleepover dates while they're off from school for the holidays.
Experts say that when you play games with kids who are at least 4 years old, you should not let them win, because losing helps them learn the importance of recovering after failure. But you shouldn't clobber them, because you do want them to feel success is possible.