Kids' out-of-control eating: what's behind it, how to talk about it, and when and where to get help.
We separate fact from fat fiction with the real info you need to keep pounds off.
In our exclusive survey, Family Circle partnered with the Clinton Health Matters Initiative to find out what's keeping moms up at night — and how they can get some much-needed peace of mind.
Our guilt-free challenge is for every woman who puts herself last on the list. No more! Follow this life-changing advice for the next 30 days to boost energy, squash stress and improve your health.
Challenge your mind with a word game from Lumosity! The answer key is included below (but no peeking).
Your sleep routines could actually be keeping you up at night. Ditch these rest-robbing moves and wake up a new woman.
Celebs smoke cigarettes, go on extreme diets and have a little too much to drink, just like the rest of us. We know about them because they get caught on camera.
Once menopause is on the horizon, declining estrogen levels and changes in vaginal bacteria can make you more, well, sensitive down there.
Bullying is not just child’s play. Jonathan Martin, a 300-pound tackle for the Miami Dolphins, recently took a break from playing professional football due to alleged bullying from a teammate.
Best-selling author Glennon Doyle Melton shares how she is learning to love her body, at last.
Sure, you should always be thinking about improving your health. But some times of the week deserve a little more attention than others. Here's why.
Find out what experts say about the simple ways you can bring serenity back to your child's life.
Ready for new year, new you? It's as easy as these 11 Motherboard Mom-tested tips.
You don't have to opt for a prescription to find a pill that helps your mind and body.
Find time in your busy schedule to relax and have some fun.
Family Circle went to its Facebook page in search of readers so sleep-deprived that they agreed to let sleep experts take a peek into their bedrooms to see what's really robbing them of 7 to 9 hours o
Job dissatisfaction drove three women to overhaul their careers — and in the end, transform their lives.
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