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.
With millions of children getting on school buses, NBC's national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen takes a look at why most school buses don't have seat belts, and just how dangerous that can get.
Every day an average of 44 kids are hit while walking, many while on their way to school. NBC's national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen takes a look at drivers blowing past the speed limit and putting kids at risk.
Experts explain why they believe high schools should actually start after 10:00 a.m., and even as late as 11:30 a.m.
TODAY's Willie Geist, Tamron Hall and Natalie Morales talk about a new survey that tries to rank the best age for kids, with parents saying the worst ages are between 10 and 12, while the most beloved childhood age is 5 years old.