Week 20 of 2011

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DAILY FIND: Too Young For Finance?

DAILY FIND: Too Young For Finance?

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Your Turn!

Your Turn!

We’re turning the tables! Tell us what you think about this controversial “bedtime story” – funny and harmless or a bridge too far?

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DAILY FIND: Is The Internet Making Us Stupid?

DAILY FIND: Is The Internet Making Us Stupid?

Oh boy, just when we thought we were accomplishing so much!

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DAILY FIND: TV Time And Children’s Eyes

DAILY FIND: TV Time And Children’s Eyes

Looks like all that screen time (T.V. and computers) is threatening our kids’ eyes. And the results may be long-lasting.

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Never too Young for the Race to Nowhere?

Have you heard of Junior Kumon? I hadn’t, until I read an article in the NY Times by Kirsten Luce about this tot-sized tutoring program that’s popping up like dandelions in springtime all over our affluent communities. Witness this scene described at one New York City branch: On command, Lily reads aloud the numbers on […]

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DAILY FIND: Mexico Puts Kids On A Diet

DAILY FIND: Mexico Puts Kids On A Diet

Good idea, but they need Jamie Oliver! See why.

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Got Breast Milk?

Got Breast Milk?

Get the low-down on how to store it and keep it fresh, once it’s pumped.

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Sudden Death in Teens

Sudden Death in Teens

A recent spike in deaths of high school athletes shines light on a rare and often preventable tragedy.

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DAILY FIND: Pregnant? Eat This, Not That!

DAILY FIND: Pregnant? Eat This, Not That!

Find out what ‘s safe and what isn’t.

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