Parents More Confident In Tweens' Ability To Handle Weather Emergency Than Finding A Gun, Study FindsA new ‘home alone’ report suggests that 82-percent of parents think that their tween-age children would know what to do in case of an emergency like a storm.
San Jose Couple Honored After Fostering Over 80 ChildrenA San Jose family that has fostered more than 80 children over eight years is being honored by the county.
Police: Parents Bringing Kids To '4/20' Smokeout In Golden Gate Park Could Be ArrestedSan Francisco Police are warning parents that they could be arrested if they bring their kids to an annual marijuana celebration in Golden Gate Park next week.
San Francisco Supervisors Consider Fully-Paid Parental LeaveNew parents in San Francisco would get a month and a half of fully paid leave, under an ordinance coming up before supervisors Tuesday.
Pushy Parents, Marijuana Turn Easter Traditions Into Mess Across The CountryWhat’s supposed to be a cherished Easter tradition turned into a mess after pushy parents caused a scene at egg hunts over the weekend.
New Wearable Thermometer Helps Monitor Sick KidsFrom fitness trackers to blood pressure monitors, wearable health gadgets are growing in popularity
Parents, Students Say 3rd Grader Terrorizing East Bay Elementary SchoolSome parents at Mount Diablo Elementary School have stopped sending their kids to class because they say the school has become dangerous because of a third grader.
Study: Most Parents Think Their Kid's School Is GrimyParents may be feeling inclined to send their kids back to school with an extra box of Kleenex and a whole lot of hand sanitizer.
Job Tips For Parents Returning To WorkJill Schlesinger has tips on jumping back into the job market after taking a career break.
Netflix Offering New Parents Up To 1-Year Of Paid Leave For EmployeesNetflix is letting new parents on its payroll to take up to a year’s paid leave in a move that could pressure other technology employers to improve their baby benefits as they vie for talent.
Your Cellphone May Be Hazardous To Your Child's Mental HealthIt seems we’re never without them these days. Cellphones call us, text us, email and entertain us. Now psychologists say parents and caregivers should put them down because cellphones may be hazardous to our children’s mental health.
New Policy Lets Kids As Young As 16 Make Solo Visits To Parents, Siblings In SF JailChildren as young as 16 with parents or siblings in jail will be able to make solo visits under policies enacted Monday by the San Francisco Sheriff's Department.

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