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Are Bubble Baths Bad for Your Kids?
Tiny bubbles in the bath make you feel happy, make you feel fine. Or do they? There's long been a debate over whether or not bubble baths are really good ...

Natural Remedies for Colds and Stomachaches
When your child is sick, you just want to help him feel better as quickly as possible. But did you know that your first line of defense might be waiting ...

13 Tips for Coping with Holiday Hangovers
New year, same old dilemma -- how do you stave off those horrid hangovers after the biggest party night of the year? While the only tried-and-true way ...

10 Economical Ways to Have Fun
Just because you're trying to keep the family on a sensible budget doesn't mean you have to do without everything fun. Likewise, an economical evening ...

Functioning on Fewer than 40 Winks
The arrival of a new baby affects all aspects of parents' lives, but the one that may have the most impact is the amount - or lack thereof - of sleep ...

Ways for Teens to Earn Money This Summer
It's summer, and the buck stops here for many teens. The break is the perfect opportunity for teens to get their feet wet in becoming gainfully employed. ...

Just Say No... and Mean It
No means no, even when you're saying it to your child. For many parents, no quickly turns to maybe or even yes once they're bombarded by cries, whines ...

Encourage Healthy School Habits
Let's face it: Kids in close quarters like classrooms are going to spread all kinds of germs to one another, right? Probably, but when you encourage healthful ...

Healthy Desserts Your Kids Will Love
Their plates are barely clean and your children are already demanding to know what's for dessert. In most households, dessert is a reward, not a guarantee. ...

Growth Hormone-Containing Food: What You Need to Know
By now, you have probably encountered the debate over growth hormones in food on the news, so as a concerned health-minded consumer, what do you really ...

Introducing Solid Foods to Your Infant
It seems like new babies reach milestones faster than new parents can keep up, so you might be wondering when your baby will be ready to start eating ...

Backpack Safety: What Are the Basic Rules?
Most kids carry backpacks to school everyday, and pediatricians, physical therapists and parents are reporting increasing numbers of schoolchildren complaining ...

Fiber and Your Child: How Much Fiber is Enough?
Fiber is an important nutrient that keeps your child's intestines working comfortably. Foods that are good sources of fiber are beneficial because they ...

Help Your Kids Earn Their Keep
A penny for your thoughts... and a dollar for your efforts. It's the old allowance conundrum. We're talking chore charts, compensation rates and more. ...

Raise a Toast to Alcohol Awareness
April marks Alcohol Awareness Month. It's a great opportunity to discuss the topic of alcohol abuse and its consequences with your children. Unfortunately, ...

Imperfect Parenting
Shortly after having my first baby, I decided I was going to be the perfect parent. I immediately began to keep an intelligent library of child-rearing ...

Chasing Away Nightmares
Nothing compares to the feeling of panic parents feel when jolted out of a deep sleep in the dead of night by their child's screams. A bad dream can be ...

Best Sunscreens for Kids
When you're standing in the aisle of your local pharmacy or superstore shopping for sunscreens for your kids, you might be a little overwhelmed by the ...

Is the ER Ready for Your Child?
It seems like a no-brainer: If you need to take your child to the emergency room, then they'll be fully prepared to treat him. However, in most hospitals ...

Regular Bedtime a Smart Choice
Getting the kids to bed at around the same time each night not only minimizes tantrums, but also can make your child smarter, according to the American ...

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