Columnist Kayla Fioravanti shares some tips on how to look your best while preparing meals and entertaining guests this holiday season - just put a smile on!
It is so easy to get caught up in the chaos of life and lose control of our own health, especially around the holidays. Without our health, the chaos of motherhood can be overwhelming, exhausting and draining. The more we ignore our own need for balance and health, the less effective we became as mothers and wives. This year, let’s make up our minds to change some habits and stay healthy during the busy holiday season and beyond!
Crowded, bustling malls, repeated trips to the airport to fetch long-lost relatives, and the constant shuffling of cookies and turkey out of your oven can translate into one reaction: stress. Christmas may be the season of love and celebration, but sometimes holiday festivities can become overwhelming.
Skin dries out if it's deprived of moisture and this dryness often aggravates itchiness, resulting in a condition commonly referred to as "winter itch."
While we may be accustomed to battling frigid temperatures and the inevitable snow storms that arrive every winter, many of us are unaware of the dangers these pose to our hearts.
Over 90% of flu cases this year will be caused by the H1N1 strain of virus.
Duane Reade's new line of Delish snacks have hit the shelves.
A staggering 85 percent of women are wearing and buying the wrong bra size, and you're probably one of them. Read our tips on how to find the right bra, once and for all.
Read up on a few fresh and exciting products for back to school in September 2009.
An excerpt from the book "Super Fit Mama" by Tracey Mallett with advice on how to manage morning sickness during pregnancy.
This excerpt from "Happy at Work, Happy at Home: The Girl's Guide to Being a Working Mom" offers tips from other working women on how to brave the morning frenzy of getting ready for work and school.
New York City Hospital Joins National Campaign to Stop the Marketing of Baby Formula to New Moms
Breaking down the myths of acne will best prepare you to help your teenage combat breakouts. And if your skin is having trouble, the same advice applies.
While a good shampoo and conditioner are must-haves, you can cut down your exposure to chemicals by using some surprising items from your kitchen.
Read about Dream Dinners for busy families, and 3D & 4D imaging at Beautiful Beginnings Motherhood Center...
After having her first child, Lyss Stern realized that while there were so many places just for kids, there wasn’t anything for moms who wanted to look and feel fabulous. So in 2004, Stern launched Divalysscious Moms...
Pilates guru Brooke Siler explains what an authentic Pilates program really is and why it’s a great workout for pregnant women and new moms, and shares her tips and tricks for a svelte new you!
“Pregnancy and childbirth place extreme stresses on the body, so exercise will not only help you get your energy back but also get you back to your pre-pregnancy body,” says Sue Fleming, creator of the Buff Fitness® workout regimen.
Start your spring cleaning by throwing away expired and chemical-laden cosmetics, and get ready to start making purchases that reflect the health-conscious mother that you are. Treat your skin as carefully as you feed your children.
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Julie Klappas and Lyss Stern, two NeYC moms, have written a new book to help us remember. In 'If You Give a Mom a Martini … 100 Ways to Find 10 Blissful Minutes for Yourself' (Random House $16.95), they present a collection of ways that their stressed-out counterparts take time for themselves.
Check out some new products for parents and kids this month...
My introduction to aromatherapy happened when my son had a stubborn case of ringworm...
Check out some new products for kids and parents this month...
Every day your skin begs to be fed, nourished and pampered. Luckily, all it takes is six easy steps: three for basic care and three for extra pampering.
As we approach this more-than-usually momentous New Year, we continue our look ahead, as parenting experts tell us what changes and developments they foresee in their fields in the upcoming 50 years. We can feel the future! HAPPY NEW YEAR!