All parents want their families to be happy and healthy. Here are our top tips for starting healthy traditions.
Vigorous physical activity will help your child develop muscle strength and self-confidence. We tell you the developmental norms for a 3-year-old.
Step away from the screens and get outdoors as a family. If this sounds easier said than done, here's an easy guide to clock in more activity minutes.
Read how these parents keep their kids moving and exercising after school to inspire your own healthy activities.
Tried-and-true, simple changes can make all the difference in getting back into shape. Here are the best tips for losing baby weight fast.
Added sugars in your family’s favorite foods could be pushing everyone over their recommended daily allowance of the sweet stuff. Here’s how to stop eating so much sugar—without causing a rebellion.
They share the wake-up calls that led them to revisit their food and lifestyle habits.
Practicing self-care routines at a young age can reduce the risk of developing mental health conditions like anxiety and depression. The earlier your child learns self-care, the more likely they are to maintain those good habits into adulthood.
You always planned on having family dinners, sticking to bedtime, and getting the kids to put away their toys. Here's how to establish good family habits.
Keeping in shape offers health benefits that will help your child throughout her life.
We teamed up with the experts—nutritionists from the American Dietetic Association—to give you the best advice on getting your kids to eat right.
Mothers can follow these steps to instill a positive body image in their children (especially young girls) and help prevent eating disorders.
Tried talking to the kids about the importance of healthy habits like hand-washing? Don’t just explain why they’re important—show them.