Your kids love to load up on sugar. Some simple approaches can help put food in its proper place.
Kids compete, keeping health top of mind.
Amid the march of all things technological, parents can take smart steps to ensure their children stay active and healthy.
Apples don't fall far from the tree—kids will prioritize fitness if parents set the tone.
Vitamin D isn't just for winter—it can be taken year-round, especially if you're an expectant mom.
All it takes is a hug and a cuddle to set your little one on the right path.
Become better informed now to help your child develop nutrition and activity habits that promote healthy weight gain over the coming years.
No matter what Old Man Winter throws at you, a few smart precautions will ensure your little ones stay warm when you take them out and about.
The tiny revelers among us are drawn to all that sparkles and shines—so keep an eye on those Christmas lights and ornaments.
Saturated fats from certain foods can cause inflammation that leads to a relapse of MS in younger patients, new research shows.
New guidelines say parents should begin to emphasize lotion, clothing and healthy sun habits when their child is 6 months old.
Keep toxics, meds and small objects out of sight and out of reach.