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.
A British children's expert says children pick up "technology obsession" from their parents and it can affect their mental health. He suggests parents not check their phones in front of their kids, have "screen-free" dinners, and limit a child to no more than two hours of screen time a day.
A new version of Barbie that is Wi-fi connected has the ability to talk with children.
Parenting expert Amy McCready, author of "The Me, Me, Me Epidemic," visits TODAY with concrete suggestions on how not to spoil your kids, including "giving up on giving in," shutting down the parental "ATM machine" in favor of a set weekly allowance, and encouraging gratitude rituals and random acts of kindness.
TODAY's Cool School series is spotlighting the nation's most innovative schoolteachers and continues this morning with a visit from Michigan teacher Julie Clark and third-grader Morri McCluggage, who met Clark's challenge to create a carnival game measuring probability by coming up with "Probability Plinko."