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.
If you ever sat at the edge of the cafeteria longing to sit with the cool kids, take heart: You may wind up happier than they are.
It may seem like women are in more leadership positions than ever before in history, but one thing still remains true: the gender gap is still very real, and gender biases still exist across all gender and racial lines.
More parents are finding themselves on the receiving end of aggressive behavior from their own children that goes beyond normal childhood outbursts. TODAY special correspondent Jenna Bush Hager talks to Sean Grover, author of the new book "When Kids Call the Shots," as well as to a mother and daughter who have experienced the problem.
Students applying to George Washington University are no longer required to take the SATs, and other schools are following suit. The TODAY anchors say they would shed no tears for the much-maligned standardized test, and TODAY viewers seem to agree.