Stocking your shelves and arranging your fridge can be important steps toward making sure your kids are developing healthy eating habits.
A few simple tips that will give your brain a boost and help enhance your memory.
For which fruits and vegetables is organic the smart choice–and why? Plus: An updated 2013 “dirty dozen” list.
Our healthy pregnancy checklist can help you eat right and stay active and well-rested (and sane!) while you’re expecting.
An important part of the controversy surrounding genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is our right to know when–and why–we’re consuming them.
Follow our simple steps to integrate some popular new year’s resolutions into your daily life; you’ll see lasting results, and you’ll be surprised at how easy it can be.
Kids can be finicky, especially when it comes to strong-tasting food like garlic. But garlic has many health benefits. Try our simple egg toast with light garlic rub and fresh veggies.
This easy-to-assemble baked fish vegetable casserole is a healthy addition to a busy mom’s dinner plan.
Re-entering the back-to-school routine can catch us off guard. Here are some tips to ease the transition.
These simple “go green” tips won’t cost a thing–except maybe a little time and effort–but the results are worth it.
Arm yourself with effective protection and find out how you can make your own natural insect repellent for everyday de-bugging.
A lack of sleep can turn into chronic insomnia if it isn’t given proper attention.
This Yoga for busy moms video is part of miniseries created to introduce this exercise to parents as well as children.
There are many healthier, lower-calorie refined sugar alternatives that won’t make you miss that sweet sensation.
Bones and joints in young feet are very flexible and vulnerable to poor habits and incorrect footwear. Find out how to choose the right shoes for your baby as he grows and starts walking.