October 2011

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News U Can Use: Are We Missing Something?

News U Can Use: Are We Missing Something?

Nearly 1/4 of our children show signs of mood disorders, yet they aren’t getting the help they need. The results may be tragic.

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DAILY FIND: Alternative Halloween Treats

DAILY FIND: Alternative Halloween Treats

It’s not all about the candy anymore …

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My Son Is Turning Into A Liar!

This is new and I really don’t know how to handle it. Please help!

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DAILY FIND: Shocking Child Death Rates

DAILY FIND: Shocking Child Death Rates

New figures show America has the worst child abuse record in the industrialized world. Why?

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DAILY FIND: Veggie Diet Fine for Kids

DAILY FIND: Veggie Diet Fine for Kids

Parents still worry that their vegetarian children will lack protein and vitamins. Not necessarily.

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S-P-E-L-L It Out

Last week we heard from one of our Mamas regulars about an important article posted on the website, hearingfamilies.com. Ellen and I took a look and agreed: it includes valuable lessons and reminders for families of all kinds, not just those with hearing challenges and obvious communication difficulties. Enjoy!      S-P-E-L-L it out for […]

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DAILY FIND: Surprising Reasons Behind Kid’s Sugar Cravings

DAILY FIND: Surprising Reasons Behind Kid’s Sugar Cravings

Is that sweet tooth hard-wired from birth? And why? Find out how sugar may actually help children!

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DAILY FIND: Abandoned Newborns

DAILY FIND: Abandoned Newborns

We’re making progress towards every child a wanted child. Find out how and why.

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DAILY FIND: The Downside To Texting

DAILY FIND: The Downside To Texting

What’s the social impact of the typical young adult’s 110 text messages per day?

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I’m going to care for a friend’s baby and I’m worried …

She’s 6 weeks old, doesn’t yet have head control, just passed 7 lbs. and seems so fragile!

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