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Challenging the idea that all teens are horrible. Teen Development Many of us have heard people talk about teens negatively and we may have thought it ourselves. But most teens are hardworking; going to school plus [...]
The amazing developments of preschool children. PreSchoolers If you’re the parent of a preschooler than you know preschoolers are capable of so much and they want to prove it. Which is why allowing preschoolers to be [...]
Helping your child sail through those challenging tween years. Middle School Years Sudden growth spurts, mood swings, and all the other changes that take place during puberty can be tough on our kids. And tweens may [...]
The top two milestones in a child’s first year. First Year Development There are so many milestones in a child’s first year from rolling over, to sitting up, to standing, first words and maybe even first [...]
A new study suggests that vaccinating young children against the flu significantly reduces emergency room visits. After comparing the number of children that visited ER departments at Montreal’s Children’s Hospital and the Children Hospital in Boston, [...]
The surprising appearance of newborn babies. New Borns It can be a little shocking to meet your newborn for the first time, only to find that they aren’t always picture perfect. They may be a little [...]
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, [...]
No Regrets Parenting is a book for busy parents in our busy times. Many parents find the challenges of being all things to all people daunting. How to do it all? How to stay sane while [...]
Is your teen feeling the blues? He may be suffering from depression, a medical condition that requires proper treatment. Is your teen down in the dumps? While it’s true that teens often experience mood swings, depression [...]
According to a Finnish study, babies who have close contact with dogs or cats during their first year of life are less likely to experience respiratory infections such as colds and ear infections, compared to those [...]
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