Pulled in many directions, these family jugglers are at risk for stress and depression.
Melissa learned how to manage her diabetes during her pregnancy.
Do you know how to avoid food poisoning?
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A parent’s guide to the legal drugs kids are using and abusing.
Set a bedtime routine—and stick to it.
Go to bed around the same time every night, both during the week and on the weekend. Also, make sure the room you sleep in is dark and quiet, and not too hot or too cold.
Turn off the screens.
Television, e-readers, laptops, and smart phones may keep users up later and prevent them from relaxing before bedtime. Also, there is evidence that the artificial light from the screens can trick the brain into thinking it's not nighttime.
Teaching teens to recognize dating abuse.
In 2014, the new health care law will change the way Americans can get health coverage. Learn about what you should know.