Week 35 of 2010

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From Kindergarten to College: School Those Germs!

From Kindergarten to College: School Those Germs!

The kids are back together in small, enclosed places. Be afraid, be very afraid …

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DAILY FIND: U.S. Circumcision Rates Falling

DAILY FIND: U.S. Circumcision Rates Falling

Interesting trend. Little boys pointy, dads not so much.

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DAILY FIND: Vocab Tricks for all Ages

DAILY FIND: Vocab Tricks for all Ages

You’ve always wanted your kids to be able to wow adults with their advanced dictionary skills. Here’s how …

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My 5-Year-Old Smells … Bad

Could such a little guy possibly have stinky pits? It’s been a hot, humid summer …

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DAILY FIND: Regular Bedtime Results in Big Gains For Preschoolers

DAILY FIND: Regular Bedtime Results in Big Gains For Preschoolers

No joke mamas — find out what they are.

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Childhood Asthma and Environment (YIKES!)

Childhood Asthma and Environment (YIKES!)

The incidence of childhood asthma has climbed dramatically in the last 20 years. Why, do you think …?

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DAILY FIND: Children Stress You Out, Right?

DAILY FIND: Children Stress You Out, Right?

This video may surprise you!

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Cake for Breakfast

Cake for Breakfast

Every family has interesting traditions that make them different. I’m always preaching about good nutrition, but rules are made to be broken … occasionally.

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DAILY FIND: Beware of Spray Cleaners

DAILY FIND: Beware of Spray Cleaners

FYI, mamas. Those liquids we use to keep dirt at bay pack a punch.

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“Food” Advertising: Their Tricks Are For Kids

“Food” Advertising: Their Tricks Are For Kids

The first day of school has come and gone for some of you and will be here in no time flat for the rest. And with it comes those inevitable trips to the grocery store for snacks and staples to feed the troops at home and send along in lunch boxes to school. I know […]

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