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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 »»

Explore Marie Curie's contributions

October 7, 2011 One of the world’s most famous female scientists, Marie Sklodowska Curie had tremendous influence on our understanding of radioactivity. more »»

Gallery Seeks Work from Young Artists

October 7, 2011 The Art Outreach Gallery at the Eastwood Mall Complex in Niles, Ohio proudly announces the 6th Annual Holiday Art Show and Sale that will run Friday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Jan. 1, 201. more »»

How to Slay Scary Monsters (and Other Childhood Fears)

October 7, 2011 “Mom. Come here, now,” my three-year old whispers urgently as he pulls me toward the yard. “Red eyes,” he says, shivering with fear. “Red eyes. more »»

7 'Survival' Tips After Serious Diagnosis

October 7, 2011 Parents going through a chaotic time after a child’s severe diagnosis can refer to the Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund, a non-profit that advocates for families with seriously ill, physically and... more »»

6 Things Parents Can Do For Dyslexic Children

October 7, 2011 School can be especially hard on children with learning disabilities, and the closer the first day of school gets, anxiety can build. more »»

Kicking It Into High Gear for Fall Sports Season

August 5, 2011 With three out of four households having at least one child actively involved in fall youth sports, it is time to start coordinating the practices and games, figure out who’s bringing the oranges,... more »»

UV Protection Is Important for Eyes

July 7, 2011 A recent study by the American Optometric Association found 13 percent of adults ages 30 to 39 and 16 percent of teenagers thought UV protection was an important factor when purchasing sunglasse. more »»

Teens offered volunteer opportunities

June 30, 2011 This summer, Mahoning Valley youth have the opportunity to make a difference in their community through gardening, construction, disaster preparedness, and event staffing projects with the Youth... more »»

Keep kids busy this summer

June 16, 2011 Come summertime, kids are always looking for something fun, lucrative, or rewarding to do. more »»

Wet No More: 9 Tips for Helping Your Child Beat Bedwetting

June 16, 2011 If your child stays dry during the day but wets at night, the situation is likely to be confusing and frustrating for everyone involved. more »»

Ten Kids Classics That Adults Will Love to Read Too

April 28, 2011 As much as your kids may love it when you read Dr. Seuss or other children's books aloud, at some point you'll probably grow tired of plowing through "The Cat in the Hat" for the hundredth time. more »»

Local Kids Show Their Talent

April 28, 2011 Ten local kids might be headed for the bright lights and big cities following their auditions at the Wheeee 3 ! Productions, Ltd. modeling and talent showcase held in February. more »»

Get Healthy During the Sports Season Shuffle

April 1, 2011 Another sports season is here and, as usual, healthy habits get shoved by the wayside. Exercise is replaced by shuttle service and bleacher conversation. more »»

Avoid 'Summer Slide' in Your House

April 1, 2011 “Summer slide” affects millions of kids each year as they don't read enough during the summer months. more »»

Study: Moms’ favoritism tied to depression

April 1, 2011 Whether mom’s golden child or her black sheep, siblings who sense that their mother consistently favors or rejects one child over others are more likely to show depressive symptoms as middle-aged... more »»

The New Parent Trap

March 8, 2011 Feed baby. Change diaper. Shop for groceries. Wash laundry. Feed baby. Pay bills. Change diaper. Wash laundry. Feed baby. Start dinner. Google “cradle cap.” Change diaper. Feed baby. more »»

Often Overlooked Safety Traps Put Children at Risk

March 8, 2011 Each year in the U.S., more than 2,000 children under the age of 14 die as a result of a home injury, according to Safe Kids USA, a non-profit organization. more »»

 
 

 

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