Preschool and High School Physical Health Educational and Parenting Articles

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Teaching basic hygiene concepts to children at a young age will form the groundwork of a healthy lifestyle in the future. Here's how parents can do it.
Coming up with delicious and nutritious lunches for your kid is no small task. Here are some fun ideas to help you create lunches your preschooler will love!
Is your preschooler stressed?  How to recognize the myriad pressures children experience and help your little one remain calm.
Pulling an all-nighter is no way to go, but many see no alternatives to the occasional cram-session. But all-nighters may be doing more harm than good.
Life is full of changes. Here's how to help your child through the bang-ups and hang-ups.
Many teens experience depression, family conflicts, or feelings of isolation. Here's your guide to finding the right kind of help for your struggling teen.
There's an ocean of reasons why kids should learn how to swim while they're young.  A guide to getting your little one pool-ready.
But by the time your child is around age three, you need to begin paving the way for personal safety skills.  Here's how to get started.
Preschool children are more prone to experiencing nightmares than are older or younger children. Expert ideas for helping preschoolers who've had a nightmare.
Could later start times at school erase the tradition of the moody and unproductive teenager? Find out why your teen should start school a little later.
Your attempts to introduce your kid to new foods have failed: he won't eat a thing! Most parents deal with picky eating habits for kids, but what if your child's selective diet preferences signal a deeper issue?
Promoting physical activity, allowing practice with small-muscle skills and providing nutritious food and rest for children can increase positive behavior.
The experience of stress during the college application process is inevitable - for both teens and their parents. Here are some guidelines to make this a
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