Published October 17, 2012
Even if you’re a glass half-full kind of girl, you probably worry about your kids. And although that worry will probably continue after your child turns 18, there are ways to manage the fears and anxieties that tend to consume us on a daily basis. Here are nine
Published October 10, 2012
If your partner snores, you know how annoying it can be. Most days you wake up feeling exhausted and irritable. What’s even more alarming is that it can take a serious toll on your health and your marriage
Published October 03, 2012
If you’re concerned that your child’s course loads are too much, check out our experts’ tips on how to balance it all
Published September 26, 2012
If you’ve ever had to bring your child to the emergency room, you know how stressful it can be. Yet what you may not know is that pediatric emergency care has improved in recent years, making the experience a little easier for kids. Read on for five new changes in the ER.
Published September 19, 2012
As your children get back into the swing of things at school, it’s a good time to get them caught up on their immunizations. Here’s what you should know
Published September 12, 2012
If you have a preschooler, a temper tantrum has probably reared its ugly head at home or (gasp) at someone else’s house or out in public. Here, read on for expert advice on when you should be concerned.
Published September 05, 2012
Kids catch anywhere from six to 10 colds a year. And whether it’s a common cold or something more serious, sometimes you’re unsure if you should send your child to day care or keep him home. Here, some experts weigh in on what to consider when making this decision:
Published August 29, 2012
With more than 30 percent of children in America who are either overweight or obese, it’s a health concern that’s on every parent’s mind. The good news is that with some planning and strategy, you can set your child up for a lifetime of healthy living now. Here are 10 ways.
Published August 22, 2012
A divorce is stressful on the entire family, but it’s especially tough on your children who have to work through a ton of feelings and adjust to a very different life than they’re used to. Yet experts agree that with some proven strategies, you can help them heal and pull through. Here are seven
Published August 17, 2012
The delicious and versatile combination of shrimp and grits is an iconic Southern dish.