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Cooking with kids: Making mac and cheese from scratch, for the first or the 1,000th time

If your household includes children, you likely lost count long ago of the number of bowls of macaroni and cheese you’ve made, ordered at restaurants, microwaved or poured out of a box. As if by some collective agreement, the stuff becomes locked into our food psyches from an absurdly early age, the very definition of comfort…

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Michelle Obama Thanks Chance The Rapper For Giving Back To The Community

  Former first lady Michelle Obama on Monday took to Twitter to laud Chance the Rapper’s decision to donate $1 million to Chicago Public Schools after he was not entirely happy with the outcome of his meeting with Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner. “Thanks @chancetherapper for giving back to the Chicago community, which gave us so much. You…

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Restaurants pledged to make kids’ meals healthier – but the data show not much has changed

By Christina Roberto, Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences and Nutrition, University of Pennsylvania and Alyssa Moran, Sc.D. candidate in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health, Harvard University. An All-American meal. Cropped from firsttubedotcom/flickr, CC BY Chain restaurants are not known for serving up healthy kids’ meals. Most entrees on…

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Parents Are Healthier Than Childless People

Despite the stresses of parenting, anyone with kids can tell you there’s lots of joys to having children, like tax breaks and seeing their first steps. A new study adds one more benefit to the list: a longer life. Read: Baby Blues Diet: Nutritional Supplements May Prevent Post-Partum Depression Published in the Journal of Epidemiology &…

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Balancing Act: ‘Irresistible’ technology is making our kids miss social cues

You probably don’t need Adam Alter to tell you that your kids are addicted to tech, or that the average American’s attention span is now officially shorter than a goldfish’s, or that Facebook is carefully designed to keep you scrolling endlessly. Those truths, by now, are what we call self-evident. But Alter’s new book, “Irresistible: The…

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