Hey mama! We know how hard it is to get the kids (and hubby!) into a regular exersise routine. These tips will make your daily dose easy and super fun.
In the wee hours of the night, when your baby is running a high fever, it's easy to panic -- especially in the middle of a dangerous flu season. Should you rush her to the emergency room?
Allergy Proof Recipes for Kids proves that ingredient-sensitive kids needn't miss out on any of childhood's tastiest dishes and treats.
We can't get enough of this little kid's excellent "Gangnam Style" moves...
Collapsible laundry hampers can cause serious eye injuries to children, according to a new report.
Whether you have celiac disease, or just want to cut gluten out of your diet, these 13 recipes are healthy, quick to prepare, and most importantly, don’t scream “dinner’s gluten-free tonight!” From pasta (really!) to a homey chicken casserole, these gluten-free recipes don’t taste like something’s missing, they just taste great.
Do you know how much salt your toddler is eating? It's probably more than you think. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the average daily sodium intake for kids ages 2 to 5 is about 2300 mg -- well above the American Heart Association's recommendation that most people eat no more than 1500 mg of sodium per day. And it turns out that commercial toddler foods may be a big part of the problem.
The bad habits kids learn in childhood can last a lifetime. Here's how to help your child break them for good
Basketball superstar, friend of the Obama family and dad of two, Kobe Bryant shares his best tips for leading a healthy lifestyle.
From a shoplifting sitter to the one who brought her vibrator, these real-life childcare nightmares will have you checking in a little more often
When you have to pack a brown bag lunch every day, it's easy to fall into a rut. For better mid-day meals, try one of these inspiring on-the-go ideas from popular food bloggers
Log was just trying to protect her brother Bradley from the sun -- or so she thought!
You can introduce allergenic foods such as milk and eggs to babies -- even those at risk for allergies -- when they're as young as 4 to 6 months, according to recent guidelines from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.
Brownies! Cake! Banana bread! Cookies! These gluten-free desserts are so satisfying, you might retire your all-purpose flour for good!
A not so stellar report card could be the result of something other than a learning disorder
Expert-approved first aid solutions for everyday accidents