LOS ANGELES, May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- America is going through another baby boom with four million babies born each year to the 148 million parents from around the country according to the United States Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and it has never been more confusing for parents of the connected youth.
Google and BabyCenter have reported that the Internet is the most important source of health information for moms second to healthcare professionals. The Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing conducted a survey, which found that 45% of women are interested in internet-based parenting advice.
Kids In The House meets the needs and challenges of today's parents. Founder and mom, Leana Greene, created this ultimate parenting resource that provides more than 8,000 easy-to-digest videos from over 450 industry experts including: physicians, psychologists and educators from leading institutes like Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, and Children's Hospital, as well as notable figures like best-selling parenting authors Rosalind Wiseman, Carol Dweck, Ph.D., Madeline Levine, Ph.D., Lee Hausner, Ph.D., Michael Gurian, and children's digital media expert Yalda T. Uhls of Common Sense Media. Click here to view a video about Kids In The House.
"There is no one-size-fits-all solution for the wide variety of issues parents face," says Leana Greene, founder of Kids In The House. "In seconds, parents can find different solutions from credible experts." Click here to view a video about Leana Greene.
Kids In The House aims to be the most comprehensive resource for parenting advice– all in digestible one-to-two-minute videos. Hot topics affecting children and parents include: sleep training, fertility, anxiety, depression, ADHD, fitting-in, online bullying and safety, getting into college, single-parent families, same-sex parents, and more. Categories in child-raising range anywhere from pregnancy and adoption to the teenage and college years.
"Kids In The House is the online video encyclopedia for parenting – seeking advice on how to handle a situation with your children has never been easier and more effective," says Harvard-trained Child and Adult Psychiatrist Ned Hallowell, MD, author of the best-selling book Driven to Distraction. "Kids In The House bridges the gap between parenting and technology by supplying a platform that delivers content-rich information from experts to parents all over the world."
Equipped with "parent-friendly" features, users can bookmark key videos, create video playlists to share with family and friends and enter a "parent to parent" community for sharing helpful advice.
"Kids In The House is a great educational parenting site. It's like having a pediatrician, therapist, favorite author, and best friend living in your WiFi connection," says Brooke Burke, CEO of ModernMom and TV personality.
About Kids In The House
Kids In The House is the ultimate parenting resource website that provides parents and caregivers quick and easy information for raising children today with one-to-two minute videos that educate, inspire and entertain. The site contains more than 8,000 videos from over 450 leading experts in parenting, including: physicians, psychologists, researchers, educators and best-selling authors, as well as leaders of national organizations. Parents have the opportunity to hear different perspectives and get solutions for parenting challenges that range range from pregnancy through getting into college. The site also feature parents who have dealt with particular issues and can share their hard-earned wisdom. Kids In The House aims to be the most comprehensive resource for parenting advice, one that respects the fact that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
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