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A Weighty Discussion

March 11, 2012 If you’re the parent of an overweight child, you probably feel like you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place. more »»

Top 50 Books Make for Fun Reading

March 9, 2012 During these rainy days of March, families looking for something to do can consider a trip to the library or bookstor. more »»

Raising Your Children To Be Readers

March 2, 2012 Breathtaking. Side splitting. Awe inspiring. more »»

Create edible art for fundraiser

February 29, 2012 First Book-Trumbull County is inviting the community to participate in the Fourth Annual Edible Book Art Festival fundraiser, Thursday, March 29. more »»

Study for teens with fibromyalgia under way at Akron Children’s

February 29, 2012 Akron Children’s Hospital is enrolling patients in a clinical study that aims to help teens suffering from fibromyalgia. more »»

Beyond Book Smarts: 11 Skills Young People Really Need to Be Successful

February 23, 2012 For high school seniors and their parents, this is the time of year when scholastic success is squarely in the spotlight. more »»

The One Ingredient Label You Have Never Read…

February 23, 2012 Most parents are careful about learning what’s in the stuff their kids eat and drink. They avoid artificial dyes, preservatives, chemicals, and sweeteners. more »»

Research Affirms Girls' Interest in STEM

February 23, 2012 According to the Girl Scout Research Institute study, "Generation STEM: What Girls Say about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math," though a majority of today’s girls have a clear interest in... more »»

AAP: Parents turning car seats to face forward too early

February 5, 2012 The American Academy of Pediatrics updated their guidelines for child passenger safety in April 2011, recommending children stay in rear-facing car seats until the age of two. more »»

Six Tips for Choosing a Birthplace

February 2, 2012 While nearly every movie or sitcom dramatization of childbirth features the obligatory frantic drive to the hospital, a growing number of women are reconsidering the hospital option altogethe. more »»

Study: Working Moms Multitask More Than Dads

December 9, 2011 Not only are working mothers multitasking more frequently than working fathers, but their multitasking experience is more negative as well, according to a new study in the December issue of the... more »»

Teach Kids True Meaning of Holidays

December 8, 2011 There is no a better time of the year than the winter holiday season to involve children and teenagers in charitable giving and teach them why the old adage, “It is better to give than to receive,”... more »»

’Tis the Season for Teachable Moments

December 6, 2011 “Aww, man! I wanted a new game for my Xbox, not another sweater.” Or, “…click…click…” (That’s the sound of a teenager texting instead of answering Aunt Debbie’s question. more »»

Six Tips for Choosing a Birthplace

December 5, 2011 While nearly every movie or sitcom dramatization of childbirth features the obligatory frantic drive to the hospital, a growing number of women are reconsidering the hospital option altogethe. more »»

How to pick the perfect toy

December 3, 2011 The holiday season provides the opportunity to unabashedly spoil the children in your life. more »»

Before Purchasing Gadgets This Holiday

December 3, 2011 If there's one guarantee for the coming holiday season, it's that the latest electronics will be at the top of nearly every child's wish list. more »»

12 Jobs for Kids in the Kitchen

December 2, 2011 Ask stay-at-home caregivers what the toughest time of the day is and you'll hear a universal response: dinnertim. more »»

Too Many Toys? Too Little Use?

December 2, 2011 No matter how many times you ask guests forgo bringing presents or tell relatives to keep gifts to a minimum, every birthday and holiday arrives with a new pile of plaything. more »»

'Home is where one starts from'

December 2, 2011 "Home is where one starts from." These are simple words from a poem by T.S. Eliot. For most of us, home and family are a given and at times, something that we might take for granted. more »»

Parents turning car seats to face forward too earl

December 2, 2011 The American Academy of Pediatrics updated their guidelines for child passenger safety in April 2011, recommending children stay in rear-facing car seats until the age of two. more »»

 
 
 

 

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