Experts agree there are hundreds of “super-good-for-you” foods, and making them a part of your everyday life may be easier — and more delicious — than you think.
Freshen up your workout game and gear up now for our annual Fit Family Challenge, which begins May 1.
If you’d like to incorporate sports into your child’s life to improve his or her ADHD symptoms, keep these tips in mind.
A study finds only sustained parental criticism was associated with the continuance of ADHD symptoms in the children who had been diagnosed with ADHD.
Piedmont Parent's 2016 Fit Family Challenge begins May 1.
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Banana pops make healthy treats irresistibly fun and delicious
Crying at the drop of a hat can be a sign of depression.
Learn about the recommended new guidelines for depression, high cholesterol and HIV screenings, a new telemedicine app and kids asthma news.
Facts and recommendations about this virus outbreak to our south
The earlier you can identify special needs, the more time you'll have to research and find support
Celebrate American Heart Month by adding kid-friendly, heart healthy foods to your grocery list
An age-by-age guide to keeping your kid's teeth gleaming.
The American Dental Association reveals how often parents of children under age 18 visit the dentist.
The leading risk factor for death and disability in the U.S. is poor diet quality, but eating healthier foods won't break the bank.
Micki Bare talks with Shannon Smith during Mommy Matters on WGHP Fox 8
Learning to set and achieve goals boosts kids’ success in a big way.
Women who consume the recommended amount of folic acid — 400 micrograms — before and during early pregnancy can help prevent major birth defects.
Need more sleep, exercise or better eating habits? Health coaches offer a step-by-step, supportive process that they say can lead to permanent lifestyle changes.
What's in your medicine cabinet? Check out this list of items every parent should have on hand. Pus, find out what you should not have.
Researchers have found that increased and routine testing of children with sentinel injuries would identify other children with abuse who might otherwise be missed.
Recommendations for prevention and treatment, and practical tips on how to get rest and stay sane.
Pick and post a healthy habit for 2016
Non-smokers can set boundaries and offer support
A new report finds half the moms surveyed had gone on a walk, run or ridden a bike with their kids ages 5-18 the previous week.
The top three days for fires caused by home candles are Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. See how to stay safe.
Midge Noble, Licensed Professional Counselor, shares how oils can help parents manage kids' challenging behaviors naturally.
Experts from Northwest Pediatrics, Robinhood Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine and WebMD share strategies for caring for sick kids.
Participants in a study found a simple weekly routine helped them feel more optimistic and better about their lives.