Want to visit a park or beach during shelter in place? Follow these guidelines to keep your family and others safe.
With schools shutting down suddenly to prevent the spread of COVID-19, here's how to survive full-time family togetherness.
Dr. Natali Aziz, director of Perinatal Infectious Diseases at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, discusses what is known about the impact of the coronavirus on pregnancy, breastfeeding and conception.
With schools closing throughout the Bay Area and an increasing number of parents working from home to stop the spread of coronavirus, families are sure to be grappling with how to handle screentime. Here's helpful advice.
Nicola Ries Taggart is an Alameda mom, life leadership coach and author of "Calm the Chaos Journal." She has some great tips to share for dealing with the stress around the Coronavirus.
Staying home more because of coronavirus concerns? This can be an opportunity to get your whole family into the garden – to grow flowers and food.
The benefits of nursing for infant and maternal health are well known, but it can be challenging to pull off when moms return to work. Learn how a new California law is helping to make the process as easy and as comfortable as possible
If you worry your child may never learn how to do more than use a microwave and toaster, there’s plenty of help. A variety of cooking classes throughout the Bay Area expand kids’ culinary skills and set them on their way to becoming competent home chefs and healthy eaters.
Often doing something outside your comfort zone can be a wonderful growing experience – especially when it turns out to be fun. It can also be a great way to bond with your kids. Fortunately, there are plenty of opportunities in and around the Bay Area for families seeking a safe adrenaline rush.
Recently, there’s been a big shift in how society views the transgender and gender diverse community – especially in the Bay Area. Though the community still experiences problems and issues, rejection, hate crimes and bullying, positive changes are being made.
An important new study shows that most teens and parents ignore the medical recommendation to stay off screens at least an hour before bed. Here's what to do about it.
It's almost time to return to the school year routine. Here's how to prepare your family for a healthy year.