No matter your age or size, physical activity offers plenty of benefits for your mind and body. Here are few inspirations to get your family moving, no membership required!
As a mom of soon-to-be three under 3 years, I know what a lifesaver these meals have been for us and I want to share that with as many people as I can.
Here are some budget-friendly, creative ideas for lunchtime from the American Heart Association
Halloween brings out all kinds of fun, from dressing up in costumes to eating sweet treats. But those treats can play a trick on your kids by filling their tummies with unhealthy food and creating bad habits.
A study recently published in the Journal of Pediatrics had certified child passenger safety technicians watch moms install and position their babies in car seats and found only five percent of them made no mistakes.
Adequate fiber intake has been associated with a decrease in risk for heart disease, cancer and diabetes.
Locally, the Edmond YMCA reported a decrease in kids registered to play tackle football, mirroring the national trend of 14 percent lower participation since the sport’s peak in 2009.
Now is a good time to think ahead and plan for ways to keep your family active and eating well throughout the entire school year.
At age 5, Leah Hubler and her older brother developed a cold over Christmas break. Her brother got better. Leah didn’t.
School supplies and clothing are probably on most back-to-school checklists. But what about kids with asthma?