Motherhood is nothing if not a roller coaster of emotions, and a new book on the topic captures the wild ride perfectly.
A slew of recent studies have found scary amounts of arsenic in baby food, frightening many new parents already stressed out by all-night feedings and endless diaper changes. In a world where environmental dangers seem to lurk in every corner, here is a simple piece of advice.
Try to go back in time to remember that one thing that gave you comfort when nothing else could. It might have been a soft baby blanket or a fuzzy stuffed animal. That thing was your transitional object.
It’s hard to make friends as an adult.
When Joanna Vander Plaats moved with her two young daughters to Grand Rapids, Michigan, nearly eight years ago, she wanted to find a friendly and welcoming neighborhood.
HOPKINS, Minn. — Leo Kuhl sat on the edge of a yellow tube. Then he disappeared.
CHICAGO — At an age known for peer pressure and friend wars, Chicago 13-year-olds Caitlyn Garofoli and Zoe Martin have discovered the recipe for junior high success:
CHICAGO — Jessica Fromm and her mother-in-law used to have a great relationship.
CLYDE, Texas — What’s it like, working with your son?
AKRON, Ohio — As the mother of an infant and a toddler, Brittney Lewers was worried about the idea of flying with two small children.
Nina Grotto is a door-to-door saleswoman, and she is a standout at her job.
It’s often said that it takes a village to raise a child, and once upon a time, this was quite literal. The proverb has been attributed to African cultures where children were raised by the whole tribe in a village.
Children don’t even have to actively use smartphones, tablets or other electronic devices for those devices to prompt sleep troubles, a new study found.
This week's recipe roundup features appetizers, main dishes and desserts that are perfect for any summer soirée or weeknight dinner.
Fun in the sun is made all the more sweet with some summer fruits, but what’s that itchy feeling?
Buzz60’s Elizabeth Keatinge tells us about some pretty unique entrees people reported grilling in a OnePoll for Kansas City Steak Company survey.
Caffeine isn’t for everyone. Try these caffeine-free options instead that will still kick start your day, without kicking your head in! Buzz60’s Chloe Hurst has the story!
Browse through recently listed homes in the Lower Columbia Area real estate market and find your next home!
While you may never be on the Martha Stewart or Ina Garten level of home entertaining, there’ s no reason you can’ t aspire to these mega-hostesses’ easy, breezy entertaining philosophies. And while you’ re at it, you can aspire to host for less— making Friday night dinners or Sunday brunch for the friends you call family affordable, digestible and eminently enjoyable...
Rising mortgage rates are cooling the housing market. But it's uneven, accentuating differences between the existing home market and new construction.
More than 10 journalists are barred from covering events this week marking the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s return to China. Authorities are citing “security reasons" for denying their access. The Hong Kong Journalists Association said the journalists represent at least seven media outlets, including international news agencies Reuters and Agence France-Presse, as well as some local news outlets. The affected media organizations were invited to send other journalists to cover the event, though they must also meet the quarantine and testing requirements. The journalists association said the rejections undermine freedom of the press in the city. China's president is visiting the city for the anniversary of the former British colony’s return to Chinese rule on July 1, 1997.
Health officials in South Korea have approved the country's first domestically developed COVID-19 vaccine for people 18 years or older, adding another public health tool in the fight against a prolonged pandemic. In clinical trials involving some 4,000 participants in South Korea and five other countries, SK Bioscience’s two-dose SKYCovione vaccine appeared to be more effective than the broadly used AstraZeneca shots in building immunity against infections, officials said Wednesday. It isn’t immediately clear how officials will administer the newly developed vaccine, which was designed for the original version of the coronavirus, not the more transmissible omicron variant that wreaked havoc in the country earlier this year.
New York’s recreational marijuana market is beginning to sprout, literally. Thin-leafed plants are stretching toward the sun in farms around the state. In a novel move, New York gave 203 CBD hemp growers first shot at cultivating marijuana destined for legal sales, which could start by the end of the year. Big indoor growers are expected to join later. Giving a head start to hemp growers is an unusual way to gear up a marijuana market. States typically rely initially on their existing medical growers, like New Jersey did for its launch earlier this year.
The Supreme Court's ruling allowing states to regulate abortion has set off a travel scramble in some parts of the U.S., as abortion providers redirect patients to states that still allow the procedure. A growing number of states are moving to mostly banning abortion. Clinics operators are moving, doctors are counseling crying patients, donations are pouring into nonprofits and one group is dispatching vans to administer abortion pills. Some cities _ like Kansas City and St. Louis _ also are drafting plans to help with the travel logistics. Groups are trying to help with everything from gas cards for travel to connecting patients with small aircraft pilots willing to transport them to a clinic in another state.
Take your breakfast to the next level by trying this unlikely topping like @ashka_vaidya. Before adding the cream cheese, make a spicy honey with sriracha.
Move over chicken and waffles. We might have just found a new favorite way to eat fried chicken for breakfast thanks to @chefkoudy.
While these braided rolls from @elanneboake aren’t technically a traditional bagel, we think they could have a moment similar to the cronut. Think of them like baby challah topped with your favorite bagel seasoning.
Scientists found that dogs that had been trained to detect COVID-19 could also identify long COVID patient samples with a "high sensitivity."
Researchers in Germany say dogs can sniff out when a person is suffering from Long COVID symptoms.
If you’re planning to hit the road in 2022, especially for the first time with a pet, here's what you need to know about road-tripping with a dog.