A Chicago K-8 public school doesn't let kids bring their own lunch, in the interest of better nutrition.
Happy Meals and other menu items that include toys may have to meet certain nutritional standards.
Low-cost European carrier Ryanair says it will introduce no-kid flights. It might be a joke, but 'no frills, no kids, no hassle' could be a winner.
The 100-watt light bulb that provides the heat source will no longer be sold next year. The oven is being redesigned.
Being nickel-and-dimed by the airlines has irritated many passengers, but some would be willing to pay extra for child-free flights, among other things.
Bring some toys. Let them watch a movie. And don't ignore them -- or their misbehavior.
A new study also says more than 100 babies and toddlers die each year from injuries related to these common household items.
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