Don't believe the hype! These "healthy" label claims on packaged foods marketed towards kids aren't always as good as they sound.
When you're trying to instill good eating habits, too much "healthy" hype can backfire.
The sweet, chewy supplements are popular with kids (and grown-ups!). But parents should be aware of these potential pitfalls.
Looking for a natural way to help your child stay regular? Have her eat these healthy, fiber-rich foods and say sayonara to constipation.
This stovetop macaroni-and-cheese recipe takes just 15 minutes and has only five ingredients, including salt and pepper! (Plus, it's way tastier than the boxed version.)
When you're hungry and in a hurry, these breakfast recipes hit the spot.
Everything you need to know about the recent GoGo squeeZ recall.
The statistics about family dinner are both encouraging, and, well, not so much.
Located in the theme park's Magic Kingdom, this vibrant, key lime dessert looks so good we're convinced it's made of, "faith, and trust, and pixie dust."
Get ready for strawless lids.
Need a break from cooking dinner? Try this genius (and healthy!) shortcut snack meal your kids will love.
Nostalgic of our scratch-n-sniff sticker days, this wine upgrade makes us feel like we are adults enjoying playtime the right way.
When to speak up--and when to let it slide.
Why labeling certain foods as "toxic" is unfair and unhealthy, especially for kids.
Yogurt may seem ultra healthy, but it's often packed with added sugar. Now Stonyfield is cutting back on sweeteners in its products for babies and kids.
If your kids are obsessed with dessert, try this sounds-crazy-but-works strategy!
We asked a dentist to weigh in on what foods and drinks are most likely to cause tooth decay in kids.
Why your child's bedtime (and breakfast!) matter when it comes to weight.
It can be frustrating (and scary) when your once ravenous baby suddenly shuns spoon-feeding. But it's completely normal. Here's why it happens and how to adjust.
Why cooking separate meals for your picky eater does more harm than good.
We've got answers to your six biggest questions about whether soy is healthy for babies and children.