From Memorial Day to Labor Day, nothing spells family summer party quite like a great bbq and cookout. So grab the kids, buy the burgers and dogs, light up the grill, and prepare to start the summer off right. With so many tasty bbq recipes and fun party themes, you and your family just might be grilling all summer long.
Love watermelon? Check out these tasty recipes featuring this surprisingly versatile summer fruit (kid tested, parent approved!), including watermelon "donuts," cupcakes, "lasagna," sandwiches, and more!
Try this recipe for a refreshing twist on salsa using watermelon, the quintessential summer fruit.
For the kids, serve this sweet topping over vanilla ice cream or angel food cake, or mix it into sparkling water for a watermelon soda. For adults, it's terrific for watermelon martinis or other creative cocktails.
Kids love watermelon, and while eating it plain more than satisfies, why not put a fun twist on a summertime classic? Check out this recipe for shrimp watermelon sate. Parents will love the healthy component, and kids will think they're getting away with something when they devour their favorite summer treat at dinnertime.
Calling All Grillmasters! Avoid Picnic Pitfalls and Barbecue Blunders WIth Simple Home Food Safety Tips
As temperatures rise, remember the importance of food safety this summer whether you're eating meals in the kitchen or outdoors.
Kids love watermelon, and while eating it plain more than satisfies, why not put a fun twist on a summertime classic? Check out this recipe for watermelon donuts. Parents will love the healthy component, and kids will devour their favorite summer treat as a dessert.
Watermelon may be a classic summer favorite for kids and parents, but choosing a perfectly sweet and juicy one from the bin at the local grocery can be difficult. Use the following tips to ensure your watermelon is a prime pick and then use it in a few delicious recipes.
Classic kids lunch brand Lunchables introduces new fruit packs with a full serving of fruit in each pack.
We've rounded up a selection of Greenwich Hospital's best health advice for moms, dads, and kids.
New moms need good, nutritious meals to keep their infants healthy. Check out these commonly asked nutrition questions for new moms, courtesy of Greenwich Hospital.
Looking to add more fiber to your family's diet? We've listed some commonly asked fiber questions and answers, courtesy of Greenwich Hospital.
Want to lessen the amount of sodium in your family's diet? Check out our list of tips, courtesy of Greenwich Hospital.
Make sure your family is eating a heart-healthy diet - read up on some tips courtesy of Greenwich Hospital.
Culinary teams from NYC's The Trinity School, The Dalton School, and The Grace Church School competed to raise funds for The Dinner Party Project.
Want to maintain a calcium-rich diet for strong healthy bones? We've listed some tips, courtesy of Greenwich Hospital.
America's Dinner Mom, a New York mother and author of "Dinner for Busy Moms," offers strategies on how to beat your child's food tantrums.
Jeanne Muchnick, a New York mother also known as America's Dinner Mom, offers the following advice to get your family eating healthier.
Learn about the five key nutrients for kids that help them stay focused, boost their energy, and grow strong. Starting your kids on these foods early will help ensure a lifetime of healthy eating.
Make the morning meal easy and fun for all ages.
Melissa O'Shea, an NYC registered dietitian, shares her tips for post-baby weight loss.
If your family is among those that will be traveling this summer, heed these food safety tips from the American Dietetic Association/ConAgra Foods Home Food Safety Program.
Fool your friends with fake-out foods — good eats disguised to look like something else. Try this recipe for "fish sticks and french fries" with your kids for some family fun in the kitchen.
Yahoo! Shine Revealed Findings of “Alcohol and America” Survey about Men and Women's Drinking Habits in Time for St. Patrick’s Day
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, Yahoo! Shine, one of the world’s leading women’s lifestyle websites, released the results of its “Alcohol and America” survey. The survey asked 2,000 Americans in-depth questions about drinking habits, favorite kinds of drinks/alcohol, and overall views of drinking, as well as differences between men and women’s drinking habits.
Women suffer disproportionately from hunger, poverty, and disease—seven out of 10 hungry people worldwide are women. Hunger and poverty are directly related to the status of women in society; because women are often the main caregivers in their families, they are the critical link in improving their children's overall well-being.