When even your kids are tired of looking at the screen all day, it’s time to get involved in a fun fitness class to keep their bodies healthy and fit.
Kid’s Health & Safety
“Let’s got to Starbucks!,” Your mini me might say … only, don’t make it a habit. Caffeine brings with it a slew of side effects.
Breast is still best for newborns and babies. The new Tennessee Breastfeeding Hotline can help new moms along.
Texting and hanging out on various social media sites — parents not welcome — makes it seemingly impossible to be your child’s cyber shield. Here’s how to help keep her safe.
Moms and dads are ALWAYS on the go with kids … Just take a few moments to review that you’re doing all you can to keep your precious cargo safe!
Summer colds and other ailments can get kids down. Time for Dr. Mom to kick in!
You’ll love these apps for new parents, plus give your baby the gift of gab and be savvy about meds in pregnancy.
Nearly 670,000 ear tube surgeries are done on children under age 15 annually. It is the most common outpatient surgery performed on kids in the U.S., says the National Center for Health Statistics. By age 3, nearly one in 15 kids have received tubes.
Got a worry wart? You’re not alone. Plenty of kids fret about things large and small — just like adults can. It’s hard on you, tho, when you’re not able to comfort your child. Worse, if your child has some kind of anxiety disorder. Too much anxiety can interfere with healthy development. Learn how to… Read more »
The convenience of eating out may tempt you, but the truth is, it’s healthier and more affordable to eat meals at home.