Study Reports Hold Off Spanking

Health Day reports a new study that suggests you should refrain from spanking your misbehaving youngster. Researchers analyzed data from more than 12,000 children in the United States and found that those who had been spanked by their parents at age 5 had more...

Mattress Help

MattressHelp.org helps answer sleep questions so everyone can have a better night’s sleep. The site offers high-quality information about the different mattresses available and about sleep health in general. It provides Sixty Second Parent readers an extensive...
Drinking Less Sugar

Drinking Less Sugar

Sugar-sweetened drinks are not as popular as they once were, as reported in the New York Times. According to a new study based on a continuing national health survey, 60.7 percent of children and 50 percent of adults drank a sugary beverage on any given day in 2014,...
Toddler Brain Boosters

Toddler Brain Boosters

Want help your toddler learn? Give toddler brain boosters through play, laughter, and time outdoors. Not enough parents know that play best grows a toddler’s brain. Toddler brain boosters require your little one to participate in activities, not just watch. When...