In these increasingly vegetarian-friendly times, you may feel like you’ve observed the whole spectrum of cuisine’s leafy green possibilities. From kale power salads to burritos wrapped in collard greens, getting your dose of daily veg is a lot easier, more … Continue reading

Last year, coloring enthusiasts and math enthusiasts alike discovered the hidden beauty of math with Patterns of the Universe: A Coloring Adventure in Math and Beauty by Alex Bellos and Edmund Harriss. The book showed colorers that math is at … Continue reading

Happy Pub Day to A Teen’s Guide to Gut Health: The Low-FODMAP Way to Tame IBS, Crohn’s, Colitis, and Other Digestive Disorders! Here is an accessible guide to the science-backed low-FODMAP diet that speaks to the unique concerns of teens … Continue reading

We’ve made it to mid-January and many of us are still holding strong on our New Year’s Resolutions. We’ve vowed to work out more, eat healthier, spend more time with our families, shop less, save more. Our resolutions tend to … Continue reading

We all make New Year’s resolutions, but how many of us truly ever stick with them? Big changes can be exciting, but rarely is it sustainable. So what’s to be done? Enter the Micro-Action! What is a micro-action? A micro-action … Continue reading

Being a mom is hard. Your whole life is on hyper drive; you can’t get a break. There’s so much to do but not enough time to do it, and those racing thoughts never stop. It feels like it’s stealing … Continue reading

The holiday season is finally upon us! Luckily, we’ve got you covered with all the books you could possibly want for the bookworm in your life. So whether you’re looking for stocking stuffers, or something to pass around after lighting … Continue reading

Thanksgiving is a time to gather friends and family together for good company and great food. Adding new dishes to your table can make the meal extra special, especially when there is a mixed table of dietary preferences. So to … Continue reading

August 5th, 2011: NASA launches Juno, a space probe, with the intent of understanding Jupiter. Fast forward five years to July 4th, 2016: Juno officially enters Jupiter’s orbit. What does this mean? Juno can officially explore Jupiter and aid NASA … Continue reading

Guest post by Melanie Potock, co-author of Raising a Healthy, Happy Eater. When Do You Worry about a Picky Eater? I’ll answer that excellent question, posed by Dr. Klass in the October 10th issue of the New York Times. As … Continue reading