Week 40 of 2010

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DAILY FIND: 10/10/10 Is Today!

DAILY FIND: 10/10/10 Is Today!

Find out how to make the planet healthier for your little ones — it’s a once in a century event!

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Now THAT’S A Hero!

Now THAT’S A Hero!

You have to read about Victor Perez, a regular guy and father of two who stopped a kidnapping as it was happening!

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DAILY FIND: Migraine In Children?

DAILY FIND: Migraine In Children?

What’s the real story here … do toddlers get migraines and what can be one about them?

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DAILY FIND: Child’s Journey Shows Dangers of Meds

DAILY FIND: Child’s Journey Shows Dangers of Meds

Don’t miss this ‘must read’ cautionary tale …

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DAILY FIND: Timer Watch Keeps Kids Dry

DAILY FIND: Timer Watch Keeps Kids Dry

Do you have one who tends to … um, leak? A new method may be the answer.

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Can I Let Her Date A “Reformed” Druggie?

My 15-year-old’s boyfriend was in rehab and on probation when drug-sniffing dogs found a pipe in his locker at school. She says he’s clean but we …

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DAILY FIND: Is Parenting All Joy And No Fun?

DAILY FIND: Is Parenting All Joy And No Fun?

Can you tell the difference? Check out this woman’s story.

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Soccer Season Is Here — Watch Those Heads!

Soccer Season Is Here — Watch Those Heads!

Important new information for all you mamas regarding your kid’s brain and how to protect it.

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The Cholesterol Conundrum

Imagine this: A camera pans across a modern playground. Groups of children, ages ranging from just-walking toddlers to busy 6, 7, and 8s, are happily engaged in play against a backdrop of  shiny, new equipment. We zoom in on several boys and girls flying down one of those long, twisting slides. They’re laughing and happy, caught up in […]

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DAILY FIND: Is Super Mario Keeping Your Kid Awake?

DAILY FIND: Is Super Mario Keeping Your Kid Awake?

The Sleep Doctor reveals recent study results that may surprise you.

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