A refreshing beverage perfect for keeping cool in summer heat.
Snooki and Miley Cyrus, regulars in the celebrity news cycle, probably don't model ideal behavior for teens. Parents can help teens evaluate pop star behavior by discussing how their family values relate to what they see in the media.
Summer jobs can be hard for teens to find. Record high unemployment rates for teenagers means they should be creative in making their own jobs or volunteer opportunities by looking around the neighborhood. These four tips will give them a jump start.
A fresh and healthy salad with a zesty cilantro vinaigrette
The family dinner – bolstered by science and popular buzz – is back: From Hollywood to the White House and out there at the dinner tables of America, the family ritual is increasingly considered the right thing to do.
The family dinner may be associated with lower rates of underage substance abuse, teen pregnancy, depression, and problems in school. The Family Dinner Project aims to promote and teach the tradition – from setting the table to having a family conversation – at schools and among families that may have difficulty starting a dinner tradition of their own.
The five-person a cappella group Pentatonix, who beat countless other groups to win season 3 of NBC's 'The Sing-Off' last November, are set to release their EP 'PTX Vol.1' on June 26th.
Karen Klein, the bullied bus monitor, doesn't want her taunters prosecuted. Is the negative publicity about the bullies punishment enough? What would you do if it were your kid?
Despite one-note characters, 'Lincoln' is entertaining for those willing to buy into the premise.
Juicy, sweet, spicy, sour, crunchy – a salad that will turn heads at your next barbeque potluck.
The trailer for 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2' shows some of the battles to come in the new film.
Bullied bus monitor incident earlier this week is a classic bully/classic victim situation. How can society reduce the number of victims altogether? It starts with teaching potential victims how to deal with bullies, says Columbine High School teacher.
The trailer for Allen's new film shows off the star-studded cast, including Ellen Page, Alec Baldwin and Jesse Eisenberg.