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Maximize your trip to the farmers market with these helpful tips.
Until you start introducing solid foods around six months of age, breast milk is a complete source of nutrition for most infants.
When the mercury rises, "easy" exercise becomes a huge physical undertaking, and intense exercise can be deadly. Here's how to protect yourself from developing a heat-related illness.
Fruits and vegetables are loaded with the nutrients kids need to grow, be strong and healthy and perform well in school. Help your family eat right by filling half their plates with fruits and vegetables.
How do you get kids to choose healthy foods without constant nagging? Try these tips borrowed from the worlds of food styling and behavior study.
Vitamin D deficiency can lead to rickets or defective bone growth. Make sure your child is getting enough vitamin D by including fortified milk with meals.
Embrace the healthier roots of soul food — greens, sweet potatoes and beans — by following these tips to create healthier soul food, your way.