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Home alone – is your child ready?

Home alone – is your child ready?

One of the tough decisions that parents have to make is gauging when their child is able to be left home alone. Because there are no hard and fast rules, and because children mature at different rates, this decision must be made on an individual basis.

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How learning difficulties differ in boys and girls with ADHD

How learning difficulties differ in boys and girls with ADHD

We all know boys and girls are different in many, many ways. One very big difference between boys and girls is the way they learn. But what happens when they have ADHD, and how does that affect their ability to learn?

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Ten social media tips for teens

Ten social media tips for teens

Social media is one of the most powerful forms of communication teens and adults use today. Here are some tips to help you use social media safely and effectively.

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Help kids cope with tragedy

Help kids cope with tragedy

At a difficult time like this in our nation's history, parents all over this country-and the world-are wondering, "What do I tell my kids about this? What do I do?" Children have an incredible capacity for strength, and parents can play a powerful role in helping their children cope with horribly difficult events.

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Engaging the community of a child with Autism: The why, who and how

Engaging the community of a child with Autism: The why, who and how

When it comes to learning new skills, children on the autism spectrum need more opportunities to learn and engage. One of the best ways to do that is by involving other important people in the child’s life – parents, grandparents, siblings and other caregivers – and incorporating their skills and interests into the natural rhythms of a child’s day.

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Environmental Poster Contest

Environmental Poster Contest

“Travel Green, Travel Clean!” is theme of 15th Annual Contest

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As flu season persists, so do the myths

As flu season persists, so do the myths

Millions suffer needless aches & pains after believing myths about flu vaccine It’s been said that what you don’t know can’t hurt you, but that’s certainly not the case when it comes to the flu. Every year millions of people are either uninformed about the flu or buy into long-held myths about it, and end up suffering needlessly.

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Engaging the community of a child with Autism: The why, who and how

Engaging the community of a child with Autism: The why, who and how

When it comes to learning new skills, children on the autism spectrum need more opportunities to learn and engage. One of the best ways to do that is by involving other important people in the child’s life – parents, grandparents, siblings and other caregivers – and incorporating their skills and interests into the natural rhythms of a child’s day.

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Low vitamin D levels during pregnancy - risk of severe Preeclampsia

Low vitamin D levels during pregnancy - risk of severe Preeclampsia

Women who are deficient in vitamin D in the first 26 weeks of their pregnancy may be at risk of developing severe preeclampsia, a potentially life-threatening disorder diagnosed by an increase in blood pressure and protein in the urine, according to research by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health.

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 2014 Baby Name Predictions: Trends say goodbye to Aiden and Jayden

2014 Baby Name Predictions: Trends say goodbye to Aiden and Jayden

2013 was definitely a banner year for outrageous baby names. 2014 is shaping up to be the year that pushes the boundaries of what was previously considered "normal” though.

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