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How much is too much enrichment for a preschooler? Tips to keep activities fun and developmentally appropriate for your preschooler.
Many youth sports injuries are more avoidable than you might think. Check out these tips.
Increased pressure in schools to raise test scores has meant a sidelining of critical extracurricular activities for kids. Find out what parents can do to help.
Everything you need to know about the growing problem of overuse injuries in children.
The British Government wants every child to participate in five hours of sport every week. Would a push like this work in the United States and should it?
Is good sportsmanship a thing of the past? Here's how parents can cultivate a sense of sportsmanship in their child.
If energy drinks are part of your child's regular diet, a recent study indicates that your kids could be at risk.
Where do sports fit in when it comes to education? Here are some parenting tips about how to manage team time, and help your child find a love of sports.
Tryouts for school sports teams and other clubs mean that while some will make the cut, others won't. Here how to help your child if he doesn't get chosen.
Giving kids an excuse to exercise is reason enough to consider enrolling them in team sports.  But there are other benefits: social, emotional, and physical.
Checklist to help parents assess quality of physical activity programs that can contribute positively to the development of sportsmanship and ethics.
Sports can be a way for kids to test their limits and learn patience and teamwork.  But what can parents do when their child wants to quit the team?
New studies show that some women of 25 already have the bone-loss of a 75 year-old. What's going on?
Here are the do's and don'ts for scoring that athletic scholarship.
The sun is shining, the days are long and your child is...playing video games? If you're looking to get your kid to ditch the Wii in favor of outdoor summer games, all you need is a rubber ball and imagination.
A new study shows that the equipment kids wear when they play sports might not adequately protect them from harm.
These four tips can help you head off hyper-competitiveness and teach your kids to strive for success in a healthy, positive way.
Here's how to make the Olympics a gold-medal learning experience!
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