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What you need to know to make the right food choices for your pets
Make summer a time to explore their interests. Plan trips and activities that keep them learning and enjoying their favorite topics.
Dogs and cats provide "parents" so much love and affection. So, it's only natural that pet parents want to return that love by taking care of all their pet's health and wellness needs.
The best meals offer loads of fresh flavor and are best served with a side of originality. Let your pantry serve as your starting point for creating memorable meals the family will love.
Potatoes are the top food eaten alongside grilled main dishes, according to the NPD Group, so why not put potatoes on the grill too?
Nice weather means it's time to fire up the grill. To enjoy dining al fresco any time, make your kitchen grill-ready with essentials for your pantry, fridge and freezer.
There's no doubt that mobile phones, tablets, computers and the Internet make accessing and sharing information a lot easier.
Parents often keep a running list of rainy day activities, crafts and games to keep kids indoors when the forecast is soggy.
From bug bites and dry skin to poison ivy and chronic skin conditions, itching makes life very uncomfortable.
Playing together outdoors is the perfect way for families to bond while staying active and fit, but when seasonal allergies come into play they can keep many families on the sidelines.
While it's important to maintain a regular health and wellness regimen, busy schedules and last minute commitments can sometimes send us off track.
Whether it's a tablet with an educational purpose or a big screen displaying the latest video game, the use of electronic technology is skyrocketing among kids.
Did you ever find yourself skipping a meal so you could enjoy a snack? Well you're not alone.
When the weather's nice, many people like to head outdoors - and their pets do, too. Before you let your pet go outside, make sure you've taken steps to prevent pests, care for their skin, and know how to spot signs of allergies.
Whether you need a baby shower gift, a present for a newborn, or something "just because" for a precious baby in your life, these natural gift ideas will help you give a present that you can feel good about.
It's time to break out of your ordinary lunch routine and make boring turkey sandwiches a thing of the past. With a few innovative tricks, you can turn any regular sandwich into a delicious and satisfying meal.
Stock up on a superfood that's a no-brainer: Wild Blueberries have superior antioxidant capacity compared with other fruits and veggies.
French fries are one of a kid's favorite things to eat. But there's a whole lot more that can be made from delicious, nutritious potatoes.
Seventeen million Americans bring home a new pet each year, according to the American Humane Association - and a lot of those pets are adorable puppies.
How safe do you feel in your neighborhood? Unfortunately, residential crime happens more often than you might think, which leaves many homeowners feeling uneasy.
Delicious taste, beautiful colors, packed with healthy nutrients - what’s not to love about fresh fruit?
Looking to put a delicious twist on your Easter meal? Try cooking ham on the grill.
It takes a lot of energy to keep up with today's busy lifestyle. Between juggling work, family, friends and activities, people are often looking for something to help them keep going.
There's nothing better than a juicy, flavorful rack of pork ribs hot off the grill. Whether saucy or spicy, wet or dry, ribs are a versatile pork cut that can take on many of your favorite flavors
St. Patrick's Day is the perfect occasion to have fun in the kitchen with the color and flavor of the holiday - vivid green and refreshing peppermint.
Getting dinner on the table fast during a busy week need not cause a panic - or a call for carryout. With this simple recipe and five key ingredients, supper is served in just 20 minutes.
St. Patrick's Day is often an excuse to enjoy a little too much rich, calorie-heavy food. But there's no reason you can't enjoy celebrating with healthier food and drinks.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in women in the United States; yet, it is largely preventable with the help of a heart-healthy diet.
Meals just taste better when you make them with fresh ingredients. So when you're hosting a brunch, look for recipes that make the most of fresh, seasonal flavors, and ingredients that come from close to home.
It's fun for parents to surprise children with new small pets, like guinea pigs and hamsters. Plus, these small animals are a great first pet for kids and can teach children responsibility.
A little planning and few quick and easy ideas like these can make packing lunches a whole lot simpler for you to provide everyone a lunch that's better tasting and better for them.
One of the milestones in a child's life is graduating to solid foods. But how do you know if your little one is ready?
Kids are naturally curious and are full of questions about the world around them. Parents and teachers can help keep that curiosity alive by finding ways to make learning about science fun and engaging.
The high cost of a college education means that a lot of students are looking for financial aid to help pay for it. But the competition can be stiff.
Is your family laid back, or adventurous? Do you enjoy exploring on land or experiences at sea?
If fantasy, fun and the magic of the sea appeal to your family, then a cruise is for you.
Chocolates? Roses? Been there, done that. Everyone wants to make sure the special someone in their lives knows how much they care. Here are some easy and fun ways to prove that he or she is number one in your book.
Valentine's Day is the perfect day to show someone how much you care. Whether you want to say "xoxo" to family or "be mine" to a new Valentine, red velvet is the flavor that says it best.
Everyone's vision changes as they age, but some changes could indicate a more serious problem. Age-related macular degeneration and glaucoma are two of the most common eye diseases in older Americans.
Learning to use the potty is a big deal for little kids - and their parents. While it's definitely a time-consuming process with many ups and downs, it's also a process that can be easier for everyone with a few simple strategies.
For 25 years, Energizer and the IAFC have been spreading the life-saving reminder to change the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors when you change your clocks for the end of daylight saving time.
Here are a few ideas that you can use to help your kids love learning about science.
While it's definitely a time-consuming process with many ups and downs, the right equipment and new, on-the-go tools can help make potty training fun anytime, anywhere.
While charitable giving increases towards the end of the year as important community needs are showcased, such needs continue all year long.
Nearly one out of every four grandparents said they store prescription medicines in easy-access places, and 18 percent said they store over-the-counter medicines in easily accessible spots.
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Millions of working Americans are still without health insurance, and many more worry about whether they'll be able to afford their existing coverage due to rising health costs.
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