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Walking to School Safely

Walking to School Safely

How a few rules can make walking to school a safe and healthy activity. Walking to School Today most parents insist on driving their children to school even though walking is healthier; kids get exercise and [...]

Coping with Picky Eaters

Coping with Picky Eaters

When no food is good enough. Coping with Picky Eaters Well, we’ve probably all heard the story about a toddler who refuses to eat anything but peanut butter sandwiches.  Granted, it may not make headlines around [...]

Hidden Signs That Your Child is Being Bullied

Hidden Signs That Your Child is Being Bullied

Whether a child is the victim of name calling or physical abuse, bullying is devastating to a child’s sense of self worth. Is your child the victim of bullying? Sometimes the signs are hard to spot, [...]

Tips for Parents Bringing Home a Newborn

Tips for Parents Bringing Home a Newborn

When you bring home your newborn baby, life alters dramatically. But there are ways to ease the transition into family life. Those first few months and weeks of a baby’s life are filled with ups and [...]

Introducing Solid Food

Introducing Solid Food

Is your baby ready to try solid food? Introducing Solid Food By now, most of us are well aware that there is nothing quite like mother’s milk for baby’s nutritional well-being.  But sooner or later, your [...]

Dangers of Pesticide Exposure During Pregnancy

Dangers of Pesticide Exposure During Pregnancy

Why pregnancy is the time to avoid certain chemicals for baby’s sake. Pesticide Exposure When it comes to pregnancy, it’s important for women to be cautious around certain chemicals. Dr. Bruce Lanphear, Clinician Scientist at the [...]

What Kids Learn in Grades 1, 2 and 3

What Kids Learn in Grades 1, 2 and 3

Those first three years of school are full of challenges. Here’s how to help your child make the grade, and what to do when he doesn’t. When you look at what children learn in grades one, [...]

Speech and Language Difficulties in Tweens

Speech and Language Difficulties in Tweens

Does your preteen have trouble expressing himself? Be forewarned. Speech and language difficulties can play havoc with a child’s self esteem. For kids, there’s nothing quite like friendship, but during the preteen years, peers take on [...]

Mat Leave & Today’s Workplace

Mat Leave & Today’s Workplace

How technology ensures you’re gone but not forgotten while on maternity leave. Today’s Workplace Keeping in touch with your employer while on maternity or paternity leave isn’t a bad idea. It can keep you in the [...]

How Physical Education Affects Children’s Grades

How Physical Education Affects Children’s Grades

How physical education and academics can go hand in hand. Phys. Ed. and Academics It’s recommended that school-aged children and teens get sixty minutes of exercise each day. Considering that a good part of their day [...]