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You've seen them create delicious recipes on TV. You've prepared meals from their instructional cookbooks. You've dined in their restaurants. Now celebrity chefs from all walks of life share their favorite family recipes here on More
Save yourself some e-drama. In this Q&A, Yalda T. Tuhls, PhD, author of Media Moms & Digital Dads: A Fact Not Fear Approach to Parenting in the Digital Age offers practical advice on how to keep your children safe online.  More
If you think TV is pure entertainment, think again. Real teen Noa Schumann, 15, a Youth Leadership Team member for the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy explains what some of her peers pick up from their favorite shows—and why she thinks parents need to hear about it. More
From their cell phones to their TVs, teenagers consume more media than any other age group. Kids 8 to 18 average a whopping 7.5 hours a day looking at a screen, according to a Kaiser Family Foundation study. But real teen Gabe Linderman, 17, explains why the lessons he learns about sex and relationships from a screen can’t compare with what he learns from his parents. More
Only a few of our favorite recipes make it onto the cover of our magazine. Get those recipes here, then make them yourself! More
Newly popular grass-fed dairy items boast some nutritional advantages. More
It's not easy, but it's essential. So our friends at The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy came up with some ways to make it a little less painful. More
A guide to understanding what your kid is really doing online. More
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