If you’re like me, you love this time of year. It’s the time that tech gadgets of yesteryear go on sale and the gadgets of tomorrow make their debut on store shelves.
For many of us, it can be really confusing to try to compare gas power vs. electric power. Despite being expected to do the same type of work, each uses a different relative unit of measurement.
The teenage years are a turbulent, troubling time for adolescents all over the world.
Cellphones give families peace of mind. Members can easily contact one another in an emergency, and parents can better track their children’s’ whereabouts.
The Stepfamily Foundation states that 1,300 new stepfamilies form every day and that over 50 percent of U.S. families are remarried or re-coupled.
In today’s world, we are exposed to tragic events like never before. The same is true for kids.
Sleep, work and stress have a significant overall impact on our overall health.
For individuals trying to lose weight, or looking for a nutritious meal on the go, meal replacement shakes have long seemed the perfect solution.
Traveling alone can seem daunting, or downright scary for some. But for those willing to go beyond their travel comfort zone, the rewards can be plenty.
Patience really is a virtue.
Tragedy can upend a family in many ways. For those dealing with brain injuries, for example, each comes with unique challenges.
The goal of any negotiation is to reach an agreement.
Winters can be tough—cold, wet, windy and, most of all, gray.
ADHD is often referred to as a “hidden disorder” in girls, and with good reason.
Here are seven tips for getting set with a new morning routine, courtesy of My Fitness Pal