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Why September Babies Are More Athletic (According to Studies)

Here are a few unique traits that make babies born in this month special.

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Barbie Honors Healthcare Heroes with 6 New Dolls & Gives Back Throughout August

Kids everywhere will be inspired by these real-life role models!

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New Study Shows Swimming Can Boost Kids’ Learning Performance

And you can apply that to other forms of aerobic exercise!

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Teachers Hit the Bullseye with Target’s Back-to-School Shopping Discount

Get great deals on antibacterial wipes, whiteboard markers, bins and more!

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New Research Shows What Baby’s Coos & Cries Say About Language

The study helps to explain infant language development.

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Babies Born in July Are Good Leaders (& Other Interesting Facts)

Know someone born in the 7th month? They’ve got a few big advantages.

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16 Asian American Heroes Our Kids Need to Know About

While more than 21 million Americans today can trace their ancestry back to various parts of Asia, the stories of Asian American heroes are often left untold.

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15 Dallas-Inspired Baby Names We Love

We’ve curated a list of baby names that not only make a statement but also pay homage to the history and culture of Big D.

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New Study Shows How Therapy Dogs Impact Kids’ Social Skills

Therapy dogs can help children to learn social skills in a meaningful way.

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First Came Love, Marriage & Then a Transplant

“My husband was about to sacrifice his life and it was all for me. That is the kind of love that every girl dreams of, but just not quite like this.”

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Oh Snap! 9 Places to Find Picture-Perfect Spring Blooms

Here’s where you and the kids can hang with your favorite “buds” this spring!

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10 Women Who Changed the DC Area Forever

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating remarkable women who have helped make our city great.

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Got Toddler Behavior Issues? This Program Can Help

New research found a way to help behavioral issues in children as young as 12-months.

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12 Amazing Women Who Changed Seattle Forever

Get to know these unbelievable women who have changed Seattle for the better!

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Here’s Why Your Teen Needs to Turn Off Their Screen & Just Go to Sleep

New research highlights the importance of sleep for your teen’s mental health.

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Snow Much Fun: Boston’s 8 Best Sledding Hills

When the snowstorm hits, gather up the gloves, hats and sleds along with this list to find a new sledding hill to conquer.

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Why February Babies Tend to Be Happier (According to Studies)

We aren’t surprised that many people with this birth month tend to be happier (according to studies).

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6 Ways to Set Your Daughter Up for Success & the Studies to Prove Them

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There’s no one right way to raise a child—but research and science shows that there are indeed steps you can take as a parent to encourage a positive outcome. Want to help your children to succeed?  Here…

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These Are the Days Pregnancy Sickness Is Likely to Start, New Study Reveals

What if you knew when you might get those tell-tale symptoms? This study shows how doctors may be able to narrow it down, to a three-day window!

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Is a Video Game the Key to Identifying ADHD in Kids? This Study Says Yes

A new study claims to have developed a video game that allows the identification and evaluation of the degree of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents

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Take a Trip Down Seattle’s Sweetest Lane This Holiday Season

Lights, music, moving objects and peace signs in different languages—the holidays wouldn’t be complete without a jaunt over to this Ravenna neighborhood to visit the venerable Candy Cane Lane.

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Review: 6-Volt NCAA College Mascots Plush Ride-Ons

Now you can show your team spirit in a ride-on toy. Our friends at Toy Insider have got the scoop.

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Study Shows Parental Touch Reduces Pain Responses in Babies’ Brains

How the baby’s brain processes and reacts to pain depends on their contact with a parent.

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Wheaties Announces LeBron James as Next Cover Athlete

James succeeds fellow Athlete of the Decade Serena Williams.

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Why Kids Born in October Are Healthier (According to Studies)

People born in the 10th month of the year have all sorts of interesting traits.

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Study Shows Babies Know When They Are Being Imitated & Like It

Imitation has a positive effect on interaction.

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John Krasinski to Host Virtual Graduation Ceremony

The graduation is for all graduates from preschool to law school.

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Oh Snap! Chicago-Fy Your Zoom Background

Spiff up your next Zoom meeting or chat session with these Chicago-themed backgrounds.

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5 Reasons Why the University of Washington Can Make College Dreams a Reality

College plans derailed by all those adorable kiddos? Don’t worry, UW has your back.

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Finish Your Degree Online with the University of Washington

As a parent, you know life presents its share of challenges and the best laid plans often go awry. Even goals like finishing your degree can become derailed when the needs of family and kiddos come first.
The University of…

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