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Advertising and Nutrition

Advertising and Nutrition

Why educating our kids about advertising is good for their health.  Advertising and Nutrition Watch TV aimed at kids and you’ll see plenty of ads aimed at kids, and many of those advertisements are selling foods [...]

Young Kids and Computers

Young Kids and Computers

Can computer time make our children more literate?  We’ll find out next on The Parent Report. Young Kids and Computers Well over 80% of households now have computers, and many homes have more than one. While [...]

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 [...]

Homework and Planning

Homework and Planning

How to help your child excel at their homework by planning better. Homework and Planning Is your child having difficulty with homework assignments…like not getting them completed? Sometimes the reasons for this can have more to [...]

Baked Potato Mice

Baked Potato Mice

Who could resist these gorgeous little baked potato mice? They’re fun to make and even more fun to eat!           You will need: 4 potatoes 1 tbsp oil 2 tbsp butter 5 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Water Safety

Water Safety

Preventing the tragedy of drowning.  Kids and water play. Water Safety From backyard pools to beaches, summer and water go hand in hand. But because drowning is the second leading cause of death in children, we [...]

Heatstroke

Heatstroke

When getting too hot and dehydrated spells danger for your child. Heatstroke Leaving a child to wait for even a few minutes in a car on a hot summer day or the hot sun without any [...]