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What To Do When Your Child Acts Up
Every parent has been there. Your usually angelic (or at least moderately well behaved) child is suddenly intractable, full of rage, or even engaged in ...

No Spit! Getting Kids to Take Their Meds
Is medicine time a royal pain for you? Welcome to the club. Unfortunately, most of us aren't trained in the medical field. So dispensing meds -- whether ...

Making Hair Accessories Last
Talk about hair-owing. There's nothing worse than spending top dollar on hair accessories, only to have them disappear after just one wear. Ribbons, bows, ...

How to Discipline When Kids Are Careless
Child discipline and logical consequences demand you learn to think before you act. You take the time you need. You get your feelings under control. You ...

Cash In: 9 Best Sweepstakes on the Web
Winning is everything, especially when it comes to sweepstakes. The Internet is peppered with promises of lucrative cash giveaways, but it's often hard ...

Super Foods for Kids
Super foods are those foods that provide your body with more than just calories, protein, carbohydrates and fat. They are classified as "real" foods (read: ...

Parenting Advice - 8 Ways To Grow Healthy Children
Parenting can have its highs and lows throughout childhood development. Keep in mind that as the parent, you are the single most important factor in determining ...

The Impact of Parenting Styles
Watching a young girl hit, kick, and call her mother names I never imagined a 6 year old knew, engaged in an (ultimately successful) attempt to get dessert ...

Loneliness Cures for the Stay-At-Home Mom
In the 18th and 19th centuries, American pioneer women spent months alone on the prairies raising their children, doing endless backbreaking chores, ...

5 Ways to Get Lazy Dads to Help More!
Being a parent can be chaotic enough, but having a spouse who's reluctant to help with the kids and chores can really up the stress meter. Dividing chores ...

10 Post-Holiday Shopping Dos & Don'ts
For the bargain shopper, it can feel like Christmas actually falls on December 26. After all, what better way to wrap up the Christmas holiday than putting ...

Sibling Differences Boil Down to Birth Order
Just as much as twins are very alike, sometimes siblings raised in the same home by the same parents can be complete opposites. Birth order has been used ...

Overweight Children Need After School Activities
Is your child overweight? What does your child do when they come home from school? Have a snack and watch TV or play video games? Research and studies ...

Thinking Outside the Lunchbox
It's no secret that the choices offered in most school cafeterias leave something to be desired, both nutritionally and taste-wise. And convenience "kid" ...

Baby Gifts for New Parents
So, a friend and her husband are expecting a new baby. You're overjoyed for them, but you have no idea what kind of gift to buy. You know they'll need ...

Cow's Milk Alternatives
With all of the information out there about the dangers of cow milk (growth hormones, antibiotics) what should you use instead? Nowadays, there is a plethora ...

Tantrum Time: Ways to Stop the Madness
It's every parent's worst nightmare -- the incessant crying that just doesn't seem to cease. For new -- and old -- parents, those crying jags can feel ...

More Fruits and Veggies, Please!
As a dietitian and a mom of three young children, I naturally have a bowl of fruit on the kitchen table. You may think that this has always been the case. ...

Does Your Child Need a Multivitamin?
Many parents think that because their children are picky eaters, they need to supply them with a multivitamin. The jury is still out on whether or not ...

5 Christmas Break Activities You'll Love
Vacation is all you ever wanted -- until you're struggling to keep the children entertained over Christmas break. For the working parents, there's no ...

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