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If your household feels rundown or sick often, there could be a link to your ailments and the food you and your family consume.
It may sound alarming, but parents can sneak exercise into packed schedules. While free time for parents is often hard to find, getting a little exercise is better than doing nothing at all. A quick workout leaves mom and dad feeling a little more refreshed and relaxed -- and it sets a good example for the kids.
For many families, there comes a time when a parent who has acted as the main caregiver or childcare provider for his/her family makes the decision to return to part-time or full-time employment. Here are some tips for that transition.
A goodie bag doesn't have to be a literal bag of goodies anymore. Katie Howard offers ideas for alternative party parting gifts.
I qualified to run the 2013 Boston Marathon. Up until this past February, the plan was for my husband and daughters to make the event a family trip where they would cheer me at the finish line like they have for other races.
Raspberries, chocolate sauce and whipped cream. That's all you need to make a seasonal, tasty and fun treat the whole family can enjoy.
Spring cleaning and redecorating can be gratifying as long as you don't spend too much money. Instead of buying new furniture, try breathing new life into your old ones with these DIY tips.
When planning your next potluck dish, it doesn't hurt to be mindful of the growing number of food allergies. Here are some recipes safe for potluck attendees with allergies.
Dinner and a movie always make for a great date night, but how about breaking a sweat instead this Valentine's Day? WTOP's Katie Howard offers some fitness-inspired activities that will help burn those calories from heart-shaped boxes of chocolates.
WTOP's Katie Howard offers crowd-pleasing Super Bowl party recipes that are so simple, even a child can whip them up in minutes.