April 2012

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NEWS U CAN USE: Background TV Damages Kids!

NEWS U CAN USE: Background TV Damages Kids!

Disturbing findings about TV noise and kids’ development. Most endure four hours plus per day, so this is big.

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I Don’t Want to be THAT Mom

My pediatrician’s office seems annoyed when I call with questions. How do I know what’s appropriate?

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Babies Love Your Keys, But…

Babies Love Your Keys, But…

There is a dark side to those keys that you NEED to know about (hint: it’s not germs).

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Weirdest, Wackiest Prom Dresses EVER

Weirdest, Wackiest Prom Dresses EVER

If you’ve gone to prom (or know a teen who has or ever will) this is a must-see.

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Mother Of Invention

Mother Of Invention

Nobody can do it all, but not to worry. If you can’t sew a stitch, bake cookies or cobble a costume together, take heart …

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WHO KNEW? Easy Trick For Dust Mites!

WHO KNEW? Easy Trick For Dust Mites!

These nasty creatures invade bedding and cause allergies. Find out how to make them disappear…

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News U Can Use: Sleep = Health

News U Can Use: Sleep = Health

Did you know that serious health and social problems arise in kids who don’t get enough sleep? Find out what they need and what happens if they don’t get it.

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I’ve Got A Biter!

My two year old daughter has recently begun to bite … me! How can I turn it around?

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The Power of “Let’s”

The Power of “Let’s”

There are a few words that can almost magically transform a situation from bad to good. Find out what this one does and get busy using it. Simple, reliable and goofproof!

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Kids are Wired to Pack on the Pounds

Kids are Wired to Pack on the Pounds

According to KidsHealth, a child health website sponsored by the Nemours Foundation, 1 out of 3 children in the U.S. are now considered overweight or obese, and that number is growing rapidly. ONE OUT OF THREE. That means that when your child sits in his classroom and looks to the right and left, one of […]

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