How to Get Teens to Eat Breakfast

It might be a challenge to get teenagers to do anything, but getting them to eat the most important meal of the day doesn’t have to be.

Pack a Snack

Planning for healthy snacks can help satisfy hunger in between meals.

Create a Family Media Plan

Use this tool from the American Academy of Pediatrics to create a media plan for your family.

Homework Hygiene

Homework Hygiene is all about helping kids develop effective practices around homework such as writing to-do lists, developing the habit of prioritizing the list and checking things off.

Talking to Children About Tragedies & Other News Events: What Parents Can Do

News coverage of tragic events are upsetting to both adults and children. Talk to kids about what they see in the news, social media, or online.

Valentine's Day Conversation Starters

Love is a big part of family dinner, whether at Valentine’s Day or any other time of year! Try these love-themed conversation starters.

Stay Safe While Playing Sports

Sunday's big game may inspire your child to join a sports team in the spring! Learn about injury protection and prevention tips to make sure they stay safe and enjoy these healthy activities.

Cut Down on Toy Clutter

Tips to declutter your home of toys without tears or stress.

Help Teens Get the Sleep They Need

Tips to help your teen get the recommended nine hours of sleep per night.

Use Halloween Candy to Teach Children About Healthy Eating Habits

Parents can use Halloween as an opportunity to teach children that candy and treats are a part of life but must be managed within a healthy diet.