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Mix up some yummy (and healthy!) snacks the whole family will love, then settle in with your loved ones for the big game.
Find out how these eight super foods can help prevent the flu and keep your immune system healthy - the natural way.
Make 2010 the year to get your finances in shape - check out these tips from finance writer Kirsten Denker on how to manage your money in the year ahead.
Resolving to shed some pounds in 2010? Check out our list of eight great diets to find the one that fits your lifestyle and weight loss goals.
Start the new decade off right with these healthy eating tips for you and your family, courtesy of Maggie Moon, registered dietitian and corporate nutritionist for FreshDirect.
Julie Murphy Casserly, a 14-year veteran of the financial services industry, offers strategies for a financially successful new year.
Check out these tips from finance guru Kara Stefan, single mom and author of "Head of Household: Money Management for Single Parents."
The FloH Club, founded by Florence Henderson, offers aid to those struggling with all types of gizmos and gadgets.
Take a look at what's new in the tech field for kids, parents, and families.
Wednesday Martin, Ph.D., author of "Stepmonster: A New Look at Why Real Stepmothers Think, Feel, and Act the Way We Do," offers ten tips for stepfamilies to make this holiday season a smoother and more enjoyable one for everyone.
It wasn’t until after the birth of her first child that Heather Thomson realized something she herself had a need for could empower women to feel comfortable, confident, and sexy.
Finance legend Jim Rogers discusses his new book "A Gift to My Children: A Father’s Lessons for Life and Investing" and offers advice for parents on educating their children about money and investing.
Read about the latest technologies available for kids, parents, and families.
Stay up to date on the latest orthodontic technologies and treatments for both adolescents and adults.
Take a look at our November 2009 list of new and noteworthy products for kids and parents.
For parents with kids that don’t like the traditional Thanksgiving foods, here are some nutritionist-approved suggestions to help create a healthful, successful holiday meal.
Just in time for the holidays, FreshDirect, specializing in high quality foods at reasonable prices delivered right to your door, has introduced gift cards! These make great gifts for just about anyone living in the New York metropolitan and New Jersey area.
Check out this scrumptious side dish for the family meal!
Children (and adults) might actually enjoy brussel sprouts with this inventive side dish!
Try this delicious addition the the family dinner!
As a parent, you are always taking pictures of your children. Find out the best tips for great photos of your family. Don't miss the perfect shot of your children's activities, or the family gathering at birthdays, Christmas, Hanukah, or any other holiday or celebration.
There are great family photographs to be captured in holiday celebrations, pictures you’ll look back on for decades to come. Following these few simple tips can make your pictures even better.
With all the economic turmoil, your family and other families may be forced to cut your holiday spending. But this should be thought of as a time to teach not only your children but also your entire family to be grateful for what they have and what the holidays are really about. Which ever holiday you celebrate, be it Christmas or Hanukah, your children will get so much more from volunteering at a holiday center then a material object.
I admit it. I love the holiday season, which seems to be getting longer each year. I love it all! But what I don’t like is that all the material aspects of ‘the season’ are making it more difficult for me — and you — to instill in our children a deeper, more spiritual feeling connected to whichever holiday we observe
For most families, the holidays represent a time to be with relatives, children, parents and family and celebrate. For a special needs family the holidays can create overwhelming stress.