The first week back to school can be a stressful one for kids and parents. But a little preparation and encouragement can help make the transition smoother. From supporting kids emotionally to reviewing homework, Dr. Eric Rossen of the National Association of School Psychologists offers his tips on …keep reading
Teens and drugs. Teens and gangs. Teens and alcohol. They’re all huge worries for parents.
But there’s an even bigger risk out there: teens and automobiles.
Highway safety experts recognize that the scientific research is indisputable. Driving is the greatest risk to all teenagers, in all …keep reading
It’s not just our phones that are smart—our cars are now smart as well. Where once we only had safety belts and air bags to help us survive a crash, we now have the advantage of technology to help us steer clear of danger—before we are even aware of a …keep reading
As our population has continued to grow and more and more people are being forced to relocate to suburbia, average commute times have sky-rocketed. A recent national study revealed that commuters in large metropolitan areas like New York City, Los Angeles and Chicago spend nearly an entire work week each …keep reading
Senior citizens face an interesting challenge when it comes to driving and safety. Though still wild at heart, the aging body may tell a different story. In addition to physical changes, driving has changed significantly in recent decades, and that can lead to unique and unforeseen complications.
Overall, …keep reading