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10 Women Who Changed NYC Forever

These ladies made history in The Big Apple, and beyond!

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Hello, Sunshine! Parent-Tested Tips to Help Your Baby Adjust to Daylight Saving Time

Are you prepared for Daylight Saving Time? Here’s how to help your baby adjust to a new sleep schedule.

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Make Kindness the New Varsity Sport

“Let’s make a daily, conscious decision to devote practice hours to be more loving and kind players in the game of life.”

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10 Indigenous American Heroes Every Kid Should Know About

Learn all about a few inspiring activists, artists and chefs.

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5 Reasons Dads Are So Important to Their Daughters

“Daughters need great fathers. In fact, it would be nearly impossible to overstate the importance of the father-daughter relationship.”

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How to Identify Hidden Biases & Blind Spots When Talking about Race

“By becoming aware of our hidden biases we are able to work on changing our thoughts and actions towards those who are different from us.”

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Disney Junior’s “Puppy Dog Pals” Pay Homage to Mister Rogers in a Brand-New Episode

Accompanied by Mr. Kimble’s dog Floyd, it’s an exciting adventure for Bingo and Rolly—will they find the sweater in time for Mr. Kimble’s next show? 

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New Study Shows Teen Sleep Patterns Have This Surprising Affect on Health

Asthma is strongly linked to a body’s internal clock.

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Limited Edition Pop Culture Razor Scooters Available Exclusively at Target

Razor USA launches its first ever collaboration with AriZona Iced Tea, Sharpie, Sriracha, and Takis Snacks.

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L.A.U.G.H: The App That Uses Art to Calm Kids

Check out this new (free!) app developed by a local artist that reduces anxiety and stress and provides a creative outlet for kids.

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Kick Cabin Fever with These Odd Roadside Stops Near Portland

With summer road trip season on the horizon, we discovered incredible and peculiar sites you’ll want to make a detour for.

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How Famous Is Your Name? Use This Name Tool to Find Out

See which names may lead to fame and success!

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Study Says Ratio of Boys vs. Girls Merely Based on Chance Not Genetics

Having multiple children of the same sex does not run in families.

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Healthy Cooking Shows May Affect Your Kiddo’s Food Choice, According to New Study

Science says watching a healthy cooking show could have profound effects.

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Raising Independent Children Starts at Home

The more we trust our children to direct their own lives, the more satisfied and capable they become. Here are some strategies to get them on the right path to autonomy and independence.

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New Study Finds the Brains of Babies & Adults Sync Up During Play-Time

Here’s another reason for one-on-one play-time with your baby!

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Are You Only Allergic to Male Dogs? There’s a Test for That

Thirty percent of allergy sufferers only have reactions to male dogs.

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Modeling Good Behavior Is Worth a Thousand Lectures

“As parents, we can give a thousand lectures to our kids on how to behave but these will never have as great an impact as the examples we set.”

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These Are the Most Popular Pet Names of 2019

Did your fur baby’s name make the list?

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Debunking 4 Myths about Baby’s First Food

Turns out, the new American Academy of Pediatrics recommendation states that there is no scientific evidence to prove that foods need to be introduced in any particular order. The good news? You can now focus on variety and flavor from the start and help craft an adventurous eater in the process.

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Kids Learn Financial Skills from Moms More Than Dads, According to Study

Financial responsibility is a lesson all kids need, but are they getting it?

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Joanna Gaines Spills the Tea on Having Baby Crew at 40 & How Much She’s Changed

Here’s what parenting a newborn has been like for the mom of five.

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Your Birth Control Might Not Work because of Your Genes, Study Finds

You may be genetically predisposed towards pregnancy. Kind of.

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If You’re a New Mom, We Bet You’re Probably at Least 30 Years Old

Why are younger women waiting to start their families?

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If Your Kid Randomly Picked Up a British Accent, It’s Not Meghan Markle’s Fault

Are “mummy” and “toh-mah-toes” part of your three-year-old’s vocabulary?

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Babies Who Grow Up in a Bilingual Home Stay Focused More Than Their Peers

Speaking multiple languages can have lasting benefits.

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Disney’s Riviera Resort Is Officially Open for Booking

Can’t decide between Walt Disney World and Europe? Get a little of both at Walt Disney World’s newest resort, Disney Riviera.

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5 Questions That Can Save the World & Make Kindness Trend Again

When life feels chaotic and unstable, these questions can reenergize your spirit and refocus on what’s important.

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Why Are Some Kids Better at Math & Reading Than Others? Personality Plays a Role

These personality traits could have a big impact on academic success.

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Here’s How to Stop Fighting Over the Radio with Your Kids

Trade in that “Kidz Bop” for classic rock before it’s too late.

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