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Can't get your kids to eat their veggies?Researchers at Pennsylvania State University have a cunning plan. They suggest you discreetly add broccoli, zucchini and all that other green stuff to kids' meals. Reuters news ...Sneaky researchers say you can double your child's vegetable intake.
Show your patriotism with a delicious Independence Day treat. Watch this video and then grab your kids to let them decorate their own cupcakes. And then let them indulge in some red, white, and blue sweetness! To make your own Fireworks ...Show your patriotism with a delicious Independence Day treat.
Walley World! Credit: Noel Hendrickson, Getty Images Planning for a family road trip can feel like planning for a major military operation -- all that laundry and packing, plus all those lists and tasks, can make you long for a ...We asked parents and experts for their top tips for surviving a family road trip, and with their help you really can make getting there half the fun.
DishPicks Where's Waldo has a website. Credit: whereswaldo.com
Remember the "Where's Waldo" books, where you had to spot the bespectacled fellow amid a busy, colorful scene?Well, the red and white-capped dude is back, this time with a ...Waldo is taking his hiding game online with a new website.
A little red, white and blue style, and you're all set for a festive July 4. Credit: Gina Provenzano Make Independence Day festivities even more of a blast with DIY patriotic paper pinwheels and tie-dye T-shirts. Summer ...Kids can show their own independence making unique crafts.
1 in 13 children in the U.S. have a food allergy. Credit: Getty Images
CHICAGO (AP) - Food allergies affect about one in 13 U.S. children, double the latest government estimate, a new study suggests.The researchers say about 40 ...Peanuts and milk were the most common sources.