What couples may not realize about religion and marriage
A new Pew Research Center survey shows that religiously mixed households may produce more religiously unaffiliated adults.
Why the recent clown craze will die out after Halloween
The clown craze that consumed America this fall looms over Halloween with both economic and family impacts. But after the spooky holiday, experts believe this recent clown craze will die off.
How reading transforms more than language skills
Science tells us that reading to children from birth gives them the building blocks for healthy brain development and language skills, but the hidden power of storytime is what it can do to strengthen family relationships.