A dietitian shares 9 of her family favorite meals that can be on the table in no time.
New research bolsters the notion that youngsters are spending too much time on smartphones and not enough on social interactions, exercise and sleep.
Children who consistently get proper sleep are apt to see better outcomes in brain development and academic performance.
Use these 5 tips to manage your children’s expectations and protect them from the onslaught of holiday marketing.
Microwavable instant soup is the biggest culprit, each year injuring thousands of kids in the 4-12 age range.
Consider bite-size chunks of activities for the whole family—relay races, hula hoops, Frisbee or obstacle courses.
If you’re the type of parent who likes to plan ahead, now is the time to think about new tips and tactics to make the coming school year run smoothly.
Rather than heralding junk food and sodas, summertime should usher in fresh produce and healthy, on-the-go snacks.
The nutritional value of your food isn't the only factor in your performance. It's also about the timing and size of your meals.
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.
A special team shows that openness, honesty and acceptance go a long way in helping youngsters achieve optimal health.
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