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Living

Parental fork in the road

In the late 1960s, America came to a fork in the parenting road and took the road never traveled. My generation did what no generation in any culture at any time in history had ever done: we broke with the parenting traditions of our foremothers and forefathers. When the time came, we refused to take the well-worn parenting baton and carry it forward. And as poet Robert Frost foresaw, albeit upside-down, it has made all of the difference.

Family

Questions and answers about gender identity

Transgender is a term used for people who do not identify with the sex they were assigned at birth based on their genitalia. They might explain that they feel like a woman trapped in a man's body, or the opposite. Less than 1 percent of people or about 1 million Americans are believed to be transgender, although the figure is difficult to measure.

Home & Garden

The best kitchen tools, according to the pros

For the foodie, rows of gleaming electric meat smokers, mandolin slicers and sous vide machines call out like a siren song, but many kitchen gadgets that promise to make food prep easier or deliver restaurant-quality results end up in the back of the kitchen drawer.

Family

Give kayaking a try this fall

When fall hits are you ever bored and looking for something to do outside? If you are, maybe kayaking is the solution for you. Summer is over, but kayaking is an outdoor activity you still can do in the fall and have just as much fun.

Home & Garden

With his own busy hands

LOS ANGELES - "The Realtors wanted to hire me to fix up the house before they put it on the market," explains O'Neill, 36. "I told them, 'How about I buy it as is?'"

Family

Can a 74-year-old yogi with an aneurysm stand on her head?

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - The room was buzzing with doctors, an ultrasound technologist and a yoga instructor. The two cardiologists were huddled in the center checking the heart rate and blood pressure. And there, against the wall near the door, the patient, Sally Mertens quietly stood on her head.

Family

Parents @ Play: Games for one

Our mission here at Parents@Play is to bring you toys and games that parents and kids will enjoy doing together. But all of us need some me-time now and then. So what do you do when you're home alone and want a fun way to unwind, or when you're in the car and your child wants to play? Well, here are four engaging, entertaining, and mind-stretching games for solo players. Oh, and none of them are electronic in any way.

Videos

Fork & Goal: Game Day recipe for Gamecock fans: Brisket sliders

Chef Ramone Dickerson's Brisket Slider was inspired by Texas-style barbecue ... and the Aggies of Texas A&M
Fork & Goal: Game Day recipe for Gamecock fans: Brisket sliders 7:32

Fork & Goal: Game Day recipe for Gamecock fans: Brisket sliders

Five-week-old Giant Panda cub trying to roll over 0:59

Five-week-old Giant Panda cub trying to roll over

Fork and Goal with 2 Fat 2 Fly: Bourbon Brat Boom Bites 7:29

Fork and Goal with 2 Fat 2 Fly: Bourbon Brat Boom Bites

Fork & Goal: Game day dessert recipe 8:37

Fork & Goal: Game day dessert recipe