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Shocking: Kids Really Don't Care About Nutrition Labels

Study shows labeling laws didn't change how kids eat. Credit: Emmanuel Dunand, AFP/Getty Images "Merciful heavens, ...How many calories are in that burger? Oh, well. I already paid for it.
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My Kids Won't Eat Healthy Snacks!

Dear AdviceMama, I have a very difficult time getting my 5-year-old and 9-year-old to eat healthy snacks. All they want are things like potato chip...When you offer your children good food to snack on, try not to come across as though you care so much about whether they eat it.

Sippy Cups: Is Your Child Ready?

There are lots of options when it comes to sippy cups. Credit: Getty Images Sippy cups can be a sanity-saving bridge between the bo...
Sippy cups come in all different shapes and sizes, here's what you need to know for a good one.

February: Valentine Dessert a Treat for Your Sweeties

When my sisters and I were children, our list of most-favored Valentine's Day treats generally consisted of store-bought Conversation Hearts,...Nothing says love quite like a homemade chocolate mousse.

California Mom Sues Nutella, Says Nutrition Claims Exaggerated

A California mom says she was shocked to learn Nutella isn't nutritious. Credit: Alberto Pellaschiar, AP Shocking as this may sound, ch...Mom says Nutella's marketing claims are misleading.

Tips for Starting Your Baby on Solid Food

If you start feeding your baby solid foods too early, they won't know what to do with it in their mouths. Credit: Getty Images Although...Starting your baby on solid foods is a tricky matter. Here is what you should know.

New Guidelines Would Make School Lunches Healthier

New federal standards could have your kids eating healthier at school. Credit: AP WASHINGTON (AP) - Schoolchildren would have to hold t...Your kids may be swapping apples for fries under new school lunch guidelines.

January: Lookin' for Luck? Try Hoppin' John

Our family celebrated the holidays recently in the north Mississippi town of Holly Springs, and as the New Year approached, I happened upon a stash...This quintessentially Southern concoction is a ham-hock-infused combination of black-eyed peas and rice, typically eaten with cooked greens and cornbread, all in the name of securing good luck for the New Year.

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