Simple strategies for making your morning meal healthier—for your kids and for you.
Plus three tips for keeping tweens safe.
Sometimes the role of caregiver is one we plan to take on. Other times, it's unexpectedly thrust upon us when a family member falls ill or can no longer care for herself.
By Michele Bender Studies have shown that sleep helps you lose weight, improves your energy and even decreases your risk of heart disease. Follow these six steps for better shut-eye this year. 1.
It doesn’t feel like winter until the temperature dips below freezing and I whip up a bi
Recipes get passed down through the generations and so do healthy eating habits.
Written by Vanessa Van Petten You might be surprised what keeps your teen up at night.
Written by Catherine Holecko Once a month, my daughter’s middle school has a half-day dismissal for teacher development.
Written by Catherine Holecko Ever notice that when your kids grow out of needing help with one task, a new one sprouts in its place? You trade bedtime stories for math homework.
The other day, a mom friend told me about something unnerving she saw at a teen pool party last summer.
Hair loss expert Jeffrey Paul tells women how to manage thinning hair.
Editor-in-Chief Linda Fears joins Kathie Lee & Hoda on the Today Show to discuss how to talk to your kids about their weight. Linda's top recommendation? Eating together as a family.