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The Internet, Girls and Self-Esteem

September 14, 2012 From the age of twelve to at least eighteen years of age, a girl is under constant scrutiny about her body, looks and sex appeal. more »»

TV show shares autistic voice

September 12, 2012 The term “autistic” has been in use for over 100 years in the medical and psychological fields. more »»

Five Quick Back-To-School Breakfasts

September 6, 2012 You probably know that skipping breakfast - something one in three American teens do every school day, according to a recent national nutrition survey - can interfere with your kid's academic... more »»

Safely Share the Road with School Buses

September 6, 2012 According to the American School Bus Council, school buses are designed to be safer than passenger vehicles in avoiding crashes and preventing injury. more »»

Finances: Are You On the Right Path?

September 4, 2012 Here is an excerpt from Erin Flynn Jay’s chapter “Finances: Are You On the Right Path?” from her new book "Mastering the Mommy Track: Juggling Career and Kids in Uncertain Times. more »»

Turn Trash into Cash in Classrooms

September 4, 2012 Every year in August and September, students across the country head back to school with new supplie. more »»

Group: Stop Distributing Baby Formula

August 3, 2012 The Ohio Lactation Consultant Organization and Ohio Breastfeeding Alliance are joining Public Citizen in calling for hospitals to stop including industry-provided samples of infant formula in new... more »»

Time to Get Organized

August 1, 2012 Back-to-school season is the ideal time for families to reestablish routines and get organized — both at home and on the go. more »»

Empower Kids by Giving Them ‘Keys to Peace’

August 1, 2012 Parents and educators are always trying to spark student participation whether it’s in the classroom, in the local community, or throughout the world. more »»

Getting Teens to Read

June 7, 2012 Being able to read well is more important than ever for young adults to achieve economic success. more »»

Character-Building Tips for Your Kids

June 6, 2012 A recent rash of news stories highlights the positive in society’s youngest members: “Child Saves Kids from Bus Crash;” “Child Saves His Brother from Possible Abduction;” “Child Saves Family from... more »»

Raising a Difficult Child

June 1, 2012 I strive to be a great parent. I have moments of glory and others of massive doubt and worry. more »»

Ear Infections and Special Education

May 31, 2012 We all, parents and doctors alike, used to think that the ear infections our children had were just a rite of passage; they are something that every child goes through and they don't have any long... more »»

Three Ways to Prepare for Mother Nature

May 31, 2012 Emergencies can happen at any time, anywhere, especially during the spring and summer months – the height of tornado and hurricane seasons. more »»

5 Tips to Avoid Getting Sick on a Family Vacation

May 7, 2012 1. Sanitize everything! One of the first ways to ruin a vacation together is catching a cold on the plane. Carry antibacterial wipes and wipe down every surface you may touch on the plane. more »»

Getting the Dirt on Dirt for Healthier, Happier Kids

May 7, 2012 Dirt is a four-letter word to many parents, but letting your kids get dirty is actually good for them according to a new report from the National Wildlife Federation, "The Dirt on Dirt: How Getting... more »»

High-Risk Pregnancy: Why Me?

May 4, 2012 Every year, 1 million U.S. women with high-risk pregnancies are placed on bed rest to protect their developing babies. more »»

Parents Cannot Afford to Ignore Technology's Impact on Kids, Author Warns

May 4, 2012 Parents who ignore technology's impact on kids can inadvertently put children in danger and risk exposing them to potential harm. more »»

How Much Praise is Too Much Praise?

March 30, 2012 I was on my run the other day and stopped at the park to get some water. While there I sat on a bench and drank my water, I closed my eyes and listene. more »»

High-Risk Pregnancy: Why Me?

March 29, 2012 Every year, 1 million U.S. women with high-risk pregnancies are placed on bed rest to protect their developing babies. more »»

 
 

 

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