Working parents often place their infants in child care centers or have a caretaker watch them. Hara Estroff Marano, a Psychology Today writer, reports that researchers have found an array of effects on babies who are in non-parental care for at least 10 hours per week. These effects touch manyRead More →

Child-care costs rose for the fifth year in a row and nearly one in five families is spending at least a quarter of its annual household income on child care, according to a new¬†Care.com study. Using data from more than 1,000 parents nationwide, Care.com determined that in 2017 the averageRead More →