New speaker series aims to inspire confident parenting and highlight resources for families
A few minutes of brief, intense exercise may be as effective as lengthier walks or other moderate workouts.
There are plenty of Turkey Trots in the Triangle if you want to burn off Thanksgiving calories.
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Here are some fun things to do with the kids around the Triangle while they're on spring break.
Scrap your New Year's Resolutions and Word of the Year and try these monthly, manageable intentions instead.
Plus, read tips on how to avoid being sidelined in rehab.
From the Foxtrot to the Floss, dance the night away in your festive best at this family Valentine's party.
The Mayo Clinic recommends giving it a try.
This unique teaching space focused on nutritious, delicious choices allows people of all ages to learn hands-on cooking and nutrition skills.
Sept. 28-30: Wide Open Bluegrass, Finally Friday, Storytelling Festival, the Durham College Fair and Soccer Injury Prevention
Here's what's happening this weekend in the Triangle.
Enter to win a little Christmas in September, flu season prep supplies and more!
Enter to win 4 Xtreme Park Adventures passes so your family can enjoy zip line and ropes course experiences.
Enter to win 2 Triangle Rock Club Intro to Climbing Class passes plus 2-week passes to the gym.
The North Carolina Institute of Medicine and advocacy group NC Child gave the state “D” grades for school health and mental health.
The number of kids who had no vegetable consumption in the seven days preceding the survey rose from 4.2 percent in 1999 to 7.2 percent in 2017.
The percentage of kids who participated in either team or individual sports declined from 73 percent to 71.5 percent from 2011 to 2016.
Special Olympics commemorates 50 years.
Rest resolves most youth sports injuries, but specialization can lead to surgery.