Take a little one to the grocery store, and, a new study finds, you’re likely to come out with some extra sweets in your cart. A survey of low-income parents and grandparents reveals shopping with children makes it difficult to stick to a budget, and adults often acquiesce to youngsters’ pleas for junk food — even if they don’t intend to.
If you’re thinking of trying a new fitness craze in 2015, get ready for push-ups, planks, lunges and squats. This type of training, which uses your own body weight for resistance, is projected to be the top fitness trend in the coming year, according to a report from the American College of Sports Medicine.
If working moms and dads aren’t carving out time for workouts, it’s likely because they feel guilty being away from the kids, according to a recent survey. But there’s another barrier to exercise for men that doesn’t seem to apply to women: Workouts eat into time that could be spent for romance.
Parents of high school students, take note — more than 1 in 4 teens in a recent study admitted to texting nude photos of themselves, or “sexting.” And, in many cases, sex followed sexting.
Drinking and smoking are two vices that have historically gone together, and a new study shows that what was true yesterday remains true today.