Week 32 of 2010

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Teach Your Kids to … Chop Chop!

Teach Your Kids to … Chop Chop!

This new magazine tackles childhood obesity head-on. When kids learn to cook healthy, delicious food it shifts the picture …

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DAILY FIND: Is Kindergarten Getting Too Tough?

DAILY FIND: Is Kindergarten Getting Too Tough?

Should we say goodbye to playtime and naps? The experts are divided. Find out why!

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DAILY FIND: 10 Cool Popsicles From Scratch

DAILY FIND: 10 Cool Popsicles From Scratch

The dog days are here. Chill out with some cool, yummy treats you can make together.

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DAILY FIND: AIDS Baby Grows Up

DAILY FIND: AIDS Baby Grows Up

A compelling interview with the son of Elizabeth and Paul Glaser, AIDS activist and all-around interesting guy …

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He Won’t Wear His Glasses

My seven-year-old just got glasses. Last year he was having a lot of problems with reading and we finally got him to a reading specialist for help…

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DAILY FIND: Does Autism Cause Divorce?

DAILY FIND: Does Autism Cause Divorce?

Rumor has it that families with autistic kids have a higher rate of divorce. But is it true?

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A Cure for Colic! The 5 S’s

A Cure for Colic! The 5 S’s

This makes total sense to those of us who’ve been through it … and we hope you haven’t.

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Should You Bribe Your Kids?

Should You Bribe Your Kids?

Alright, already. Lets call it incentivize instead of bribe. Some parents bristle at the thought of bribing their kids. But we’ve all done it. Like…

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DAILY FIND: Does Diabetes Damage Growing Brains?

DAILY FIND: Does Diabetes Damage Growing Brains?

The rate of Type 2 diabetes in children is rising right along with waistlines. The effects may be greater than we thought.

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How to be a ‘Kid Whisperer’

How to be a ‘Kid Whisperer’

You know how inspiring it can be to watch Cesar Millan work his magic with dogs, or see Buck Brannaman (the real-life Robert Redford character in The Horse Whisperer) soothe an unmanageable horse. It’s almost as if there’s some magic connection that you can’t see or hear. You know it’s there, but it transcends the […]

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