Week 27 of 2011

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DAILY FIND: Breast Milk vs. World Hunger

DAILY FIND: Breast Milk vs. World Hunger

Can breast milk cure global malnutrition?

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Help! What is Metabolic Syndrome?

The pediatrician is concerned that our overweight 9-year-old may have metabolic syndrome. I’m scared out of my mind …

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DAILY FIND: Mommy, am I Really Bipolar?

DAILY FIND: Mommy, am I Really Bipolar?

A prominent child psychiatrist argues against the trendy diagnosis.

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DAILY FIND: Do You Know the Signs of ADHD?

DAILY FIND: Do You Know the Signs of ADHD?

This WebMD slide show gives you all the basics. Watch it here.

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The Winner: The Video Gaming Industry. The Loser: Our Kids

The Winner: The Video Gaming Industry. The Loser: Our Kids

For the record, I’m not big on censorship. I believe that the free expression of speech guaranteed by the 1st Amendment of our Constitution is a vital part of what makes our country great. And it’s worth fighting for. Even so, I was very disturbed by the Supreme Court’s June 27 decision to overturn the […]

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DAILY FIND: MyPlate Food Guide

DAILY FIND: MyPlate Food Guide

Less confusing than than the food pyramid, it’s already generating controversy about cost and availability. What’s your take?

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DAILY FIND: Most Adults had Troubled Childhoods

DAILY FIND: Most Adults had Troubled Childhoods

Maybe you thought raising kids was simpler a generation ago. The CDC says no.

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Sunscreen, Anyone?

Sunscreen, Anyone?

Set up a sunscreen stand at your child’s next sports event. You’ll be glad you did.

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