Nowadays, homecoming — and other school dances — looks more and more like a money pit. Parents shell out hundreds — sometimes thousands — of dollars to give their children the perfect night. But at what cost?

Yes, there are studies “proving” that kids who co-sleep with their parents are as well-adjusted as kids who sleep in their own beds. So what? First, research in the so-called social sciences proves nothing. Second, if kids who don’t co-sleep are as well-adjusted as kids who do, then what is the point of co-sleeping?

"I have a son who danced, and I have taught many male dancers. These are some of the bravest and strongest individuals I have encountered. Even as we make strides towards acceptance and inclusion, it’s a stigma still facing men in the fine and performing arts, particularly dance."

"The truth is we do our best, but we don’t always think to be proactive with visiting the right doctor. The specialist we saw said she sees so many cases of potty training that turn to chronic constipation. She wishes people would take their children to regular doctor visits, and I can’t recommend visiting a specialist like we did if something like potty training isn’t going smoothly after a few weeks."

"No matter where you land in terms of parenting style, there’s one thing all parents have in common: no one knows and loves our children like we do, and we want them to be healthy and successful, both now and in the future. One big question, then, is how hard do you push your kids as they grow to adulthood?"

Tourette syndrome is a disorder in the nervous system involving repetitive movements or uncontrolled sounds called tics. These signs of Tourette syndrome typically show themselves between ages 2 and 15, with males being three to four times more likely than females to have Tourette syndrome.