Every day, it seems, someone says teenagers are so
different than they used to be. We hear about drug and alcohol
use, violence, disrespect, and a myriad of other ills that are
affecting our adolescents, including low self-esteem, anger,
depression, and family problems. But it seems that little is said
about how to create a positive transition from adolescence to
adulthood. Here are some ideas for parents.
Watermelon is an all-American favorite for meals and
snacks. People can't seem to get enough of this sweet treat. Find
out more about ways to pick the best watermelons and some fun
tips for making the most of your melon.
Taking a long car trip can wreak havoc on your diet. If you don't plan ahead, it's very likely you will spend a day living on fast food, candy bars, bags of chips and soda. But we have some healthy tips for your road trip!
Calorie needs depend on a teen's individual growth rate and
physical activity level. During the rapid growth spurt between
ages 15 and 19, some boys are able to eat up to 4,000 calories a
day without gaining weight.
Start your toddler on a path to physical fitness with these five imaginative outdoor activities.
Although it had long been considered the stuff of old wives tales and legend, using ginger as a remedy to treat morning sickness is rapidly earning a new respect.
Advice on deciding when to keep your kids home from school.
Potential Risks And Hazards Of Body Piercing
Educate Yourself And Take Preventative Measures by Vaccinating Your Teen