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ADHD In Children

ADHD In Children

What Is It? Does your child find it hard to focus? Kids with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) are fidgety and easily distracted. This makes it tough to stay “on task,” whether it’s listening to a teacher or finishing a chore. Can’t Pay Attention It’s one of the main symptoms of ADHD. Your child may… Read More

Teaching Kids to Eat Healthy

Teaching Kids to Eat Healthy

Teaching kids to eat well can be tricky. You don’t want to give them more facts than they can grasp or turn every meal into a lecture. But wait too long and they could pick up unhealthy habits in the meantime. “Kids need to know that every food they put into their bodies affects them,”… Read More

5 Simple, Fun Ideas for Family Fitness

Simple, Fun Ideas for Family Fitness

You know why exercise is important for your family: It can lower heart risks, control weight, and help kids do better in school. And it lets kids burn off some energy. Plus, family activities and fitness at an early age can go a long way toward helping children form healthy habits for life. But don’t… Read More

Recommend 5 Power Breakfasts For Kids

Power Breakfasts

We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. While some researchers have begun to question that claim, there is recent scientific evidence that reveals why breakfast just may be the “must-have” meal of the day. Studies have found that skipping your morning meal may be linked to increased risk of… Read More

Should You Salt a Child’s Food?

Should You Salt a Child’s Food?

Q: Is it safe to add salt to a 5-year-old’s food? A: Yes, in moderation. High salt intake is linked with an increased risk of high blood pressure, and the American Heart Association and other groups recommend that children limit sodium intake to 1,500 to 2,300 milligrams a day (a teaspoon of salt contains about… Read More

Easy Snack Hacks Bring Out The Teenager In All Of Us

Easy Snack

We love a more involved recipe at Delish (cheesecake is our second language), but we also appreciate the brilliance in a meal hack: an idea so simple and effortless and yet SO genius. In a partnership with our sister brand Seventeen, we dug deep into our memories of what exactly we’d want to snack on… Read More

Make a Prettier Citronella Candle With Fresh Herbs

Citronella Candle

Nothing ruins a good time out-of-doors like stupid bugs. Citronella candles help stave them off, but store-bought ones can be ugly. For a bug-fighting flame that does double duty as a centerpiece, make your own in a mason jar. To make your pretty, yet functional candle, you’ll need citronella oil (which can be bought wherever… Read More

How to Talk to Your Teen

How to Talk to Your Teen

“When kids are little, they want to be like their parents and very close to them,” says Diana Divecha, PhD, a developmental psychologist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence. “But puberty triggers a lot of changes in the brain, signaling that it’s time to work on becoming an individual, not dependent on the parents.”… Read More

Step to Step Cheer Up a Kindergartner

Cheer Up a Kindergartner

They might seem too young to have a lot of problems, but kindergartners can get stressed. When things don’t work out, they’re not happy. It’ll usually be about friends and school. It’s tempting to treat sadness with ice cream or cookies, TV time, or video games. But there are better ways to turn frowns into… Read More

Simple Foods To Help Concentrate Your Mind

Simple Foods To Help Concentrate Your Mind

Ginseng, Fish, Berries, or Caffeine? Listen to the buzz about foods and dietary supplements, and you’ll believe they can do everything from sharpen focus to enhance memory, attention span, and brain function. But do they really work? There’s no denying that as we age, our body ages right along with us. The good news is… Read More

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