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Archive »0-3 Years

Keep them safe in their seats

Car seats: How can such a basic piece of equipment cause so much confusion?

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

Bike safety

Simple tips from Safe Kids Pennsylvania will help ensure that your children ride safely this biking season.

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 »8-12 Years

Sleep Crucial for Pre-Teens

Sleep is crucial to your child’s health and well being. Like diet and exercise, sleep needs change with age. Children between the ages of 8 and 12 need 10 to 11 hours of sleep a night.

Recovery key to sports season

Recovery key to sports season

Got an athlete in the house? Whether she is hitting the soccer field or he’s going for it on the gridiron, what happens post-practice or after a game is just as important as the workout on the field...

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Archive »13+ Years

Are kids listening to music too loud?

Huh? What? Turn that down! A familiar phrase to many, but are our children listening? It’s not easy to get kids to listen to much, unless it’s blaring out of their own personal stereo.More than 3 million people, many of them children and young adults, own an mp3 player, an Ipod or other personal listening devices. Many experts believe that the frequent use of these devices, especially at high volumes, is contributing to the increase in noise-induced hearing loss.

Children and teens shouldn’t box, say pediatricians

Parents who grew up watching Sylvester Stallone in Rocky and dreaming of a tough boxer shouldn’t idolize the profession for their children...

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