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Why People Born in May Consider Themselves Lucky (According to Experts)

Here’s why people born in the fifth month are such a hearty lot.

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What Every Parent Should Know About Doctor’s Visits Right Now

Wondering if it’s safe to take your child to the doctor during the COVID-19 crisis? Dr. Mona Patel, attending Physician in the Division of General Pediatrics at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, shares her advice.

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Get Ready for “Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Crushing It!” Season 2

Enjoy a thrilling entertainment experience with your family. Beginning this weekend Hot Wheels Monster Trucks Live Crushing It! is back. The 30-minute, six-episode series will air across the country with the first episode kicking off this Sat. Jul.18.

Hosts Tommy…

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Mitigating Stress in Our Children Has Long-Term Benefits

“As Mahatma Gandhi said, ‘We must become the change we want to see in the world.’ Rather than chasing after our goals at the expense of well-being, let’s care for ourselves and each other. Let the healing begin now.”

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Aerie Releases New Abilitee Adaptive Clothing Accessories

The brand is creating adaptive apparel for people with disabilities & medical needs.

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9 Ways to Minimize Stress & Anxiety in Kids

Stress and anxiety are normal intermittent experiences for kids but they are not normal as chronic companions. Here’s how you can help minimize stress and anxiety and help your kids be their most healthy selves.

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Dealing with All the Whining and Complaining

Dealing with kids who complain all the time isn’t easy. However, finding the root cause of their complaints and encouraging them to solve their own problems can work wonders.

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Connecticut’s Soda Tax Proposal Is a Healthy First in the Nation

This tax could earn the state some seriously sweet cash while making residents healthier.

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The AAP Has a New Plan to Combat This Chronic Problem for School-Aged Kids

This school problem can become a health issue that doctors want to prevent.

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Here’s Why the “Moms & Wine” Meme Might Not Be So Funny Anymore

There are plenty of jokes about moms and wine, but alcohol use among women is no laughing matter.

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The CDC Issues New Guidelines to Diagnose & Track Concussions in Kids

It’s not just sports that cause concussions—and every parent needs to read these new guidelines.

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Should Grandparents Babysit the Kids? Here’s What You Should Consider First

These are the factors you should consider before you ask the grandparents to babysit.

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Yet Another Reason Why Youth Tackle Football Is Risky for Kids, New Study Finds

A recent study sheds new light on why tackle football is dangerous for young kids.

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The Stupid Reason Middle School Fight Clubs Exist & What Parents Can Do

Once upon a time, the words “fight club” were pretty much only used in reference to the Brad Pitt movie of the same name. But that was waaaay back in the late ‘90s. Now those words have jumped off the…

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I Think My Kid Has the Flu—Now What?

2018 is shaping up to be one of the worst flu seasons in over a decade—and here’s what parents need to know.

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These NFL Players Say Tackle Football Isn’t Safe for Kids & the Youth Sport Should End

Here’s why you should think twice about letting your young child play contact sports.

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Study Shows Your Brain Eats Itself When It’s Tired, Which Frankly Explains a Lot

You won’t want to skimp on sleep after reading the findings from this latest study.

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The Shocking Results When You Stop Exercising for a Week

You already know that physical activity can significantly change your body. But here’s another reason you should give yourself and your Fitbit a daily workout.

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Sleep Experts Recommend Later School Start Times for Middle and High School Students

Find out why experts believe a later school start will lead to better academic achievement.

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Taking A Hot Bath Burns As Many Calories As A Long Walk, According To A New Study

A new study reveals taking a hot bath is just like exercising.

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Money Confessions from a Single-income Family

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There is no right or wrong way to manage your money, just so long as you manage it. But these days it seems like you either have to struggle to keep up with the Joneses…

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6 Ways I’ve Learned to De-Stress and How It’s Made Me A Better Mom

 

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Parenting had lots of expectations. It is believed that a real parent is someone who puts that child above their own needs and desires. And while doing all these we often forget to take…

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My Son Is Almost Three And Still Uses A Pacifier

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My son will be three next month and he still uses a pacifier at night. He calls it his bink.
I’d like to tell you that I don’t really care what anyone thinks about my son…

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Caillou The Brat: The Force That Unites Us All

There is so much hatred in the world these days.
People are hated for their political preferences, race, religion and the like. There seems no end to what people will attack each other over. We must find a way to…

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Pregnancy Skin Care: The Good, The Bad and The Downright Weird

Glowing? Stretching? Itching? Breaking out? Get the low down on everything that could happen to your complexion while you’re expecting.

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Paging Dr. Mom: 8 Home Remedies For Little Patients

With school starting back, ’tis the season for them to start sneezin’. Don’t dread the dozens of doctor visits just yet, as you may have the cure right there in your cupboard. We asked around and gathered up wisdom from…

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