Today’s children may be the most supervised generation yet, with less time away from a caregiver’s gaze than kids enjoyed a few decades ago. But all this supervision hasn’t changed a simple fact: Kids are accident-prone.
Just as cigarette smoking drops to its lowest level in years, e-cigarette use, a.k.a. “vaping,” is exploding among middle and high school students. Teens may blow off the trend as harmless, but experts think otherwise.
Nap time can be a battle between parent and child that leaves you everyone exhausted rather than rested. And so parents search for suggestions to make things go more smoothly, ultimately resulting in more rest for everyone.