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Having a kid in the hospital is never an easy situation to handle. Learn what you can do to minimize your child's anxiety during a stay in the hospital.
Know about the latest new-age foods? Better catch up!
Why can kids seem happy one moment, then fall apart the next? We've got the tips you need to raise a well-balanced child.
Healthy eating during the holidays is hard for everyone, especially children. Teach your child how to stay healthy this holiday season with these eight tips.
When kindergarteners help out in the kitchen, they're learning math, science, reading, and social skills.
Reading too much? It doesn't sound like a problem parents worry about, but reading too much causes eye strain and vision problems, even for kids.
Strawberries, peaches and grapes are healthy, kid-approved additions to any diet. But are they all safe?
Trichotillomania, or hair-pulling disorder, is a compulsive urge to pull out one's own hair. Learn how to help your child deal with trichotillomania.
When it comes to your family's health, common sense is more important than hype.
You can’t please all the people all the time, as the saying goes. But that’s just what today’s girls feel they’re being asked to do.
Experts say keeping physical education in schools can improve cognitive abilities and overall mental and physical health.
Need ideas for how to get your child's eating habits under control? Here's how.
Between the vaccines and the canceled field trips are a lot of anxious kids wondering what's going on. What should you tell your child?
For parents of autistic children, the decision behind what to serve is a tough one.
Wondering how schools prepare for an emergency? Here are the steps schools take to ensure your child's safety.
Blacktop hopscotch and kickball games may soon go the way of slates and abacuses in public schools.  How parents can help save recess.
Want to keep your child safe, educated and prepared when it comes to food allergies? Here are 7 ways to get started.
Studies have shown that wilderness programs strengthen psychological resilience. Here are two ways parents can get their kids outward bound.
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