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Health & Nutrition

With all the new activities, fun adventures and hot, humid heat our KC summertime brings, turn to these nutritious nuggets to provide your kiddos with optimal energy for long-lasting summer bliss! Read more

Summer

Follow these tips to make sure you and your kids enjoy nothing but fun in the sun this summer. Read more

Summer

Walking together is the most inexpensive, fun way to get that exercise in and garner some super quality family time! Read more

Parenting

We thought it would be fun to offer a nonscientific quiz to lead you in the right direction for what might work best for you today. Read more

Parenting

"Autism is a developmental disability that is caused by differences in how the brain functions. People with ASD may communicate, interact, behave, and learn in different ways,” according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CD... Read more

Parenting

Neha N. Patel, MD, with the Center for Allergy & Immunology, reports that about 5-10 percent of children have a food allergy, with the top food allergens being peanuts, milk and eggs. Read more

Parenting

Discover how you can foster a caring and loving heart in your child with these healthy and delicious sweet treats Read more

Parenting

Are vitamins all they’re cracked up to be? Do our kids really need to take them? Read more

Parenting

Defy the chill air and let your kids go out to play all January long. After that, welcome them in and warm their growing bodies with these delicious, nutrient-rich, cozy-warm soups. Read more

KC Baby Magazine

To keep kiddos healthy, look on the sunny side of the whimsical winter nutrient, vitamin D! Read more

Parenting

Today’s children may be the most supervised generation yet, with less time away from a caregiver’s gaze than kids enjoyed a few decades ago. But all this supervision hasn’t changed a simple fact: Kids are accident-prone. Read more

Parenting

We all do our best to raise our kids to be as healthy as possible. Follow these simple tips to help promote a healthy lifestyle for your children. Read more

Parenting

Discover what you should joyfully gobble all day and year long. Read more

Parenting

Let’s look at some common symptoms kids have and when it’s okay to go to school and when it’s best to stay home and recuperate. Read more

Parenting

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 67 percent of women have frequent sleep problems. Nearly half of women report tiredness that interferes with daily life, leaving them too tired for exercise, healthy eating or friends. Read more

Parenting

Making time for breakfast is essential to providing your children with the energy and brain fuel they need to power through the jam-packed school day. Read more

Parenting

How do you build a healthful lunch? Model your child’s ideal lunch box meal off the “My Plate” food module, established by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Strive to include one serving of each food group. Read more

Parenting

A full night’s sleep for children should sit at the top of your family priority list. Unfortunately, bedtime is one of the easiest habits to let slide. Sleep is essential to a child’s growth, development and health in more ways than one. Read more

Parenting

Just as cigarette smoking drops to its lowest level in years, e-cigarette use, a.k.a. “vaping,” is exploding among middle and high school students. Teens may blow off the trend as harmless, but experts think otherwise. Read more

Parenting

Preeclampsia typically occurs any time after 20 weeks gestation and, more rarely, can develop up to six weeks postpartum. Women with preeclampsia generally experience high blood pressure and protein in the urine. Read more

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