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Archive »0-3 Years

Divorce and children

There was Heidi Klum and Seal, Arnold and Maria and now Tom and Katie. The couples make the headlines, but divorce doesn’t just affect the adults who hire lawyers to divide assets. It also affects the children.

A suck decision: Baby bottles or mama’s breast?

Choosing between breastfeeding and formula feeding is one of the most pressing decisions all expectant parents face. But it’s not always an easy one...

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Archive »4-7 Years

Make it safe

Make it safe

Parents of young children are reminded to anchor and stabilize their televisions, furniture, and appliances to prevent tip-over related incidents...

Keep kids clear of frostbite

It may be cold outside, but you can’t expect children to hibernate inside all winter long. Heading outdoors to play in the snow or just get some fresh air is good for their health and offers opportunities to make great winter memories. But children may be so content playing that they forget to come inside to warm up, and...

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Archive »8-12 Years

Make sure toys are safe for kiddos

The American Academy of Pediatrics offers the following tips for parents who are buying toys for children...

Etiquette 101

Sheryl Trower, founder and president of the Etiquette School of Central Pennsylvania, says etiquette empowers people. Whether it’s children or business professionals, Trower says having good social skills and understanding etiquette can help anyone to shine in social situations...

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Archive »13+ Years

Eating Disorders: When food becomes the enemy

The signs may be subtle and many parents may miss them at first: Your teen is losing weight. She is suddenly self-conscious about the sizes of clothing she tries on. She heads for the bathroom before helping clean up the dinner dishes. Or maybe he’s become stringent about putting into practice nutrition advice learned in health class and is suddenly spending more time at the gym than usual.

When head injuries occur

Much attention has been given to sports-related head injuries, but questions still exist as to what happens to a child’s brain after sustaining a sports-related concussion. The American Academy of Pediatrics has been studying sports-related head injuries

 
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