First lady Melania Trump marked her son's milestone birthday on social media.
When they told us you had Down syndrome, it was a big shock. Our bond was instantaneous, but I was terrified.
A Harvard expert says to let your teen lead the way.
With more than 265 postsecondary opportunities available, people with Down syndrome are finding meaningful jobs and newfound independence.
On World Down Syndrome Day, veteran parents describe what it's actually like to raise a child with three copies of chromosome 21.
From board games to gadgets, these get the stamp of approval.
Students at LaVergne High School noticed their peer wasn't his usual, cheerful self — so they took action.
The school said the length of the teen's bangs violated student dress guidelines.
Here's what you need to know.
Yes, David, this is real life!
More than 800 people signed a petition defending the 13-year-old.
A high school student was inspired to act after her friend received a dress code violation that she deemed unfair.
"I cannot stand seeing their faces hidden behind screens every time I look at them."
Forget pink or blue. High school seniors and their parents are throwing a different kind of reveal party!
Moms know how hard it can be to have a phone conversation with their kids around.Meredith Masony of That’s Inappropriate demonstrates.
It's ARCTIC BLAST WINTER BLIZZARD WARNING time and your son decides to wear ... shorts. Awesome.
'He knows that...sharing is what you do when you have a lot.'
She thought her son was just a normal teen, but his excessive sleep and weight loss were actually signs of something more dangerous.
One night, Michael Suhy got the call no food-allergy parent wants.
Wizard's chess anyone?
When Jordan Pickett received a red badge from her school for underperforming, she worried about bullying. So she asked the school to change it.
Social media pressure has encouraged teens as young as 13 to get bigger lips, smaller noses, lifted breasts and other procedures.
This teenager loves babysitting her niece so much that she found a creative way to make a sandwich without putting the baby down.
Like me, you wear a brave mask. You get up every day, put yourself together and do what needs to be done.
The 'me, me, me epidemic' is a real problem with kids. The good news? It's totally curable.
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TODAY readers bought hundreds of these wacky things.
'There are zero mean girls on this squad. I wish I could bottle the affection they have for Audrey.'
From a millennial pink Polaroid camera to a turquoise turntable.
This stocking stuffer is lit.
"Find easy traditions that you can do with your family that will mean something, but also things that your kids will remember."
"If we don't have a sense of humor about parenting, we will literally lose our minds."
"Parents should know what they want, ask for it and let that be enough."
"You are smart and you are pretty. It would take nothing from you to also be kind."
Tide's new Eco-Box detergent container looks like a box of Franzia.
"Accept that your life won’t look like everyone else’s. But that won’t mean it’s not beautiful."
This North Carolina charter school forbids female students from wearing pants or shorts on a daily basis.
A horrific event has happened once again. What do we tell our children?
"It went so fast. People told me it would and I didn’t believe them, but here we are in the home stretch; the finish line is near."
"When you’ve been dressing up for 14+ years, it’s hard to go cold turkey — and let’s face it — these kids still want in on some of the fun."
"11 is one of the sweet spots my friends, and I am soaking it all up."
Good news for high school students who aspire to go to college: The College Board wants to help.