Week 21 of 2011

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DAILY FIND: Fighting Nature Deficit Disorder

DAILY FIND: Fighting Nature Deficit Disorder

Help your kids connect to the outdoors and begin habits to last a lifetime.

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DAILY FIND: Circumcision Pros and Cons

DAILY FIND: Circumcision Pros and Cons

Is it preventive healthcare or male genital mutilation?

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Ready to be a Karate Kid?

Our vivacious 4-year-old is having trouble in karate class. One particular instructor tends to reprimand him, and he’s already been benched ….

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Is Homework a Waste of Time?

Is Homework a Waste of Time?

Your family spends precious evening hours wrestling with the homework monster. Is it worth it? New research says …

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DAILY FIND: Marital Strife Affects Toddlers’ Sleep

DAILY FIND: Marital Strife Affects Toddlers’ Sleep

Surprising evidence that the parental relationship has behavioral consequences earlier than we thought.

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DAILY FIND: Can Vit D Prevent RSV?

DAILY FIND: Can Vit D Prevent RSV?

Bumping up vitamin D during pregnancy may protect infants from a dangerous lung infection.

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Parents Caught Acting Responsibly!

Parents Caught Acting Responsibly!

Last weekend I was in New Orleans visiting old friends and taking in the Jazz Fest. It’s an annual musical event that showcases masterful artists from all over but focuses primarily on the vast array of super-talented performers from the New Orleans area itself. You wander from tent to tent along with hundreds of others […]

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DAILY FIND: Can Meditation Help With Academics?

DAILY FIND: Can Meditation Help With Academics?

Just one more benefit to come from this age-old practice. Pretty interesting stuff!

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