Week 36 of 2010

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DAILY FIND: Pesticides and ADHD

DAILY FIND: Pesticides and ADHD

The evidence is mounting that links pesticides and ADHD. Will it push you to buy organic?

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The Truth About Nits and More …

The Truth About Nits and More …

Wonder what the experts say about lice in school? You may be surprised …

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DAILY FIND: Time With Dad Fights Stress

DAILY FIND: Time With Dad Fights Stress

What does Dad have that you don’t?

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My Child Is Bi-racial And People Don’t Think I’m Her Mother

I am a white woman married to a Filipino man. Our daughter is two-years-old and …

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DAILY FIND: 12 Health Myths Exposed

DAILY FIND: 12 Health Myths Exposed

We love to see these debunked, and so do you …

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DAILY FIND: When To Buy Children a Cellphone

DAILY FIND: When To Buy Children a Cellphone

Are you as confused as everyone else?

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I Can’t HEAR You!

I Can’t HEAR You!

We are facing an epidemic of serious hearing loss in our adolescents. Listen up and take steps to prevent this from happening to your kids.

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The Pink Medicine Lie

Common cold, flu, and ear infection season is upon us, and whether your kiddo is picking up stray germs in that perfect culture medium we call the classroom, or sharing microbe-laden chewy toys at playgroup, it’s likely you’ll have a childhood illness or two coming your way this fall. Before you can say back-to-school-night, your […]

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DAILY FIND: Schools Ban ‘Boobies’

DAILY FIND: Schools Ban ‘Boobies’

‘We heart Boobies’ bracelets are showing up in middle and high schools, and administrators don’t like it one bit …

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