The 3 Rules of Healthy Eating in the Summer
Summer is filled with BBQs, street and county fairs, and ball games, where unhealthy foods abound. Here, a registered dietician lays out three easy rules to help you and your family choose the healthiest food options at these events and beyond.
4 Food Safety Tips for Summer
Whether you're cooking outside on the grill this summer or grabbing a bite at a street fair or ball game, follow these tips from the USDA to help keep your family safe from foodborne illness, which is much more common in the warmer months.
Kids Compete for Best Toy Design in Fairfield County
Children in Fairfield County submitted their best designs to the Toy Makers II Design Competition hosted by the Westport Arts Center during WACky Family Day on March 10.
Selective Mutism: Diagnosis, Treatment, and What It Means for Your Child
Selective mutism is an anxiety disorder, often mistaken for shyness, that robs a child of the ability to speak in certain social situations. Here, learn about the diagnosis and treatment of selective mutism and how it will affect your child's life.
Construction Industry Council Accepting Applications for Fall 2013 Scholarships
The Construction Industry Council of Westchester & Hudson Valley is accepting applications for fall 2013 scholarships. Last year, a total of $45,000 in scholarships was awarded to 15 students pursuing degrees in math, science, or engineering.
A Long Island Nonprofit Helps Military Moms-to-Be through Operation Shower
Operation Shower, a Long Island nonprofit organization, provides baby showers for expectant moms of military families to help ease the burden of deployment.
The FiDi Association and Leman Prep School Raise Money for Hurricane Recovery Efforts
One month after Hurricane Sandy, Léman Manhattan Preparatory School and The FiDi Association hosted "Light the Night" to welcome the holiday season and to raise money for the Downtown Alliance's "Back to Business" grant program, which funds small businesses in Lower Manhattan that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Raising Autism Awareness on the Green
A Melville family affected by autism hosts "T Off 4 Autism" to increase awareness about autism and to raise money for research that will ultimately help find a cure.
Melville Family Hosts T Off 4 Autism
Six years ago, a Long Island family founded T Off 4 Autism. This year, the annual golf fundraiser and auction dinner raised $170,000 for autism research.
Ask the Expert: What Should Parents Know About Whooping Cough?
Cases of whooping cough, or pertussis, are on the rise in New York state. A local expert weighs in on what parents should know about whooping cough, including symptoms, how it spreads, the vaccines available, and what to do when your child catches it.