While Hurricane Sandy has passed, many pressing needs remain -- gas, food, shelter, water, clothing, blankets, cleaning supplies and other necessities. Those near the hardest hit areas already are actively involved in the recovery efforts. For those of us further away, here's how you can help out!
Spina bifida might be the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the United States, but Abigail Branson has grown up determined not to let it slow her down in life.
See how Lisa and her daughter take the idea of throwing a simple Halloween party and turning it into a money smart lesson, too! This could be the best party yet!
When you think of Halloween candy safety you might envision razor blades and drugs. That certainly is a concern that we'll discuss, but health conscious parents worry about one more thing -- keeping the gorging to a minimum.
Knowing that one-third of all children are overweight or obese, you might be looking for a way to get your kids active. How about hopping onto the walking school bus?
The American Cancer Society stopped recommending breast self-exams, but still suggest they can be used as an optional screening technique. For one group of young women, those at high risk of developing breast cancer, these exams may provide the first hint of a problem.
it has been 4 years...and i have totally forgotten abt this website until a reminder was given to me ..hehe...
anyways...my "baby" is now a preschooler in a daily 3 hours nursery ( week days) ...
It's moving day with its last-minute flurry of activity. At the top of your to-do list is keeping your kid busy, happy and safe. These activities can help you include a child of any age on moving day.
Have you ever had a baby safety "oopsie daisy"? They happen more than you know. Instead of beating yourself up, other parents go through this every day. What lessons have you learned? See what this mom has to say!
Money smart kids should learn about giving back. Think about the charity and giving side to money. In raising responsible children we need to have them think beyond just saving and wanting for themselves. How do you get your kids involved in community service?