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How can we protect ourselves from getting sunburn

Family Health: Our doctor give you tips on how to stay burn-free this summer. Comment.

Why does our son reverse letters?

Reversing letters when writing is not that uncommon in 7-, 8-, and 9-year-old children. Blame the “Moma” theory! Comment.

Toy Story time

Join Woody and the gang in their first adventure on Friday, May 31. Comment.

‘Paradise’ on the Grand Concourse

Families, historians, and plain ol’ curiosity seekers will be drawn to a revived manor, where local and international artists have filled the once fraying space into a showcase of thought-provoking work. Comment.

What’s it’s really like being a teen mom

The Book Worm: Teen girls thinking about becoming pregnant should read “The Pregnancy Project,” by Gaby Rodriguez with Jenna Glatzer. Comment.

Hit kids with your ‘Best Shot’

The Book Worm: Children interested in the Wild West should read “Best Shot in the West: The Adventures of Nat Love,” by Patricia C. McKissack and Fredrick L. McKissack, Jr. Comment.

What’s the best way to save money for your child’s future?

Ask an Attorney: Deciding the best way to start saving for your child. Comment.

What to do when your child is being bullied

Parents Helping Parents: It’s important for parents to play a role in the resolution of bullying. Comments (1).

City kids play together in ‘Harmony’

Elementary students are developing their musical talents thanks to the Harmony Program, which offers free classes to under-served kids. Comment.

Neat seat

New & Noteworthy: This fainting couch will delight the girliest of girls while offering storage for tiaras, sparkly shoes and boas. Comment.

‘Monster’ talent

New & Noteworthy: Your kids will be asking you to put this “Monster Suit” on — the CD player, that is — over and over again, and you won’t mind. Comment.

New book celebrates grandmother-grandchild bond

New & Noteworthy: Author Laurie Jacobs and illustrator Anne Jewett dazzle readers of all ages with “Silly Frilly Grandma Tillie,” a smile-inducing story of an entertaining grandmother and the two granddaughters that adore her. Comment.

Healthy, delish lunch option

New & Noteworthy: New ready-to-eat meal is a lifesaver for time-crunched moms. The tasty, boxed lunch is free of seven common allergens and doesn’t need to be refrigerated. Comment.

For her twinkle toes

New & Noteworthy: Piggy Paint offers new nail polish colors — with their same low odor, non-toxic formula — just in time for sandal season. Comment.

What Memorial Day means to me

Letter from College: It’s important to honor our soldiers who are fighting for our country — and those who died for it. Comment.

A new way to have ‘the talk’

The idea of talking to your kids about sex can be uncomfortable for both you and them. Here are tips on ways to start an open, honest flow of communication, so they’ll come to you when they have questions. Comment.

Creative theater games to spark your child’s imagination

Here’s two great games that will entertain your children and let their imagination soar. Comments (1).

This dad comes in last

Death by Children: Our columnist confronts his limitations while building his — er, his son’s — race car for the pinewood derby. Comments (1).

Chasing their dreams

With dedication and determination, two kids made their dancing dreams come true. Comment.

Miracle moms

Three amazing mothers developed rare syndromes while giving birth — and, along with their babies, managed to survive. Here, they share what they’ve learned from their harrowing experiences. Comment.

New mom finds compassion for others

Having a baby helps this columnist develop compassion for her peers and their kids. Comment.

What to do when your child is being bullied

Parents Helping Parents: It’s important for parents to play a role in the resolution of bullying. Comments (1).

Motherhood matters: All about moms

Fun facts about moms, pregnancy piercings, giving birth, baby names and more. Comment.

Celebrate mothers of special-needs children

A mother of a special-needs child may not hear “Happy Mother’s Day” as often as other moms do. Comment.

Nate Ball to meet fans at New York Hall of Science

Featured Event: Get ready to invent something! Comment.

Bugging out at zoo

Featured Event: Central Park Zoo hosts a creepy, crawly class on May 19, 2012. Comment.

Is technology a sleep snatcher for your kid?

Latest research indicates that electronics may seriously interfere with your child’s ability to get a good night’s rest. Comment.

Tips for pain-free breastfeeding

Healthy Living: Many new moms want to breastfeed but are afraid to do so after hearing horror stories about the pain. Here is the correct, painless way to breastfeed. Comment.

Wheelchairs and cookies

Kids, delayed or not, have their own ideas when it comes to food. A developmentally delayed child who is a picky eater is just being a kid. Comment.

Role reversal: Teens as caregivers

Lions and Tigers and Teens: Depending on a family’s finances or parents’ schedules, some teens may end up taking care of younger siblings. Comments (12).

Eating for two

Good Sense Eating: Every mother-to-be wants the best for her baby. Here are the latest nutritional recommendations. Comment.

Honor your favorite teacher

Nominate her as an “Unsung Hero.” Comment.

Sleeping peacefully

Your child’s snoring may lead to behavioral problems later in his life. Comment.

How do you help someone going through a divorce?

Divorce & Separation: When someone you know is getting divorced, there are several ways in which you can help. Comments (1).

Smell the flowers

Featured Event: This Mother’s Day, make mom happy with a visit to Queens Botanical Garden! Comment.

Laurie Berkner, ‘queen of children’s music’

The singer-songwriter opens up about her success with kindie music and much more. Comment.

Sleeping peacefully

Your child’s snoring may lead to behavioral problems later in his life. Comment.

Fun at the mansion

Have a blast this weekend at the Bartow Pell Mansion Museum. Comment.

Ways to organize virtual clutter

Growing Up Online: New social bookmarking sites provide users with different ways to find things they like, organize them in one place and share their “collections” with friends. Comment.

Sheep thrills!

Featured Event: On May 5, watch sheep get sheared at the Queens Zoo. Comment.

Angelina Ballerina dances into town

Angelina Ballerina and all of her friends are going to have a magical day at Kingsborough Community College. Comment.

Art is for everyone

Letter from the Publisher: We received re- Comment.

Why the world embraces the Montessori Method

Our expert offers a better understanding of the education philosophy developed by Dr. Maria Montessori at the end of the 19th century, and how it continues to benefit students today. Comments (1).

In search of Mom

Featured Event: The College of Staten Island hosts a production of “Are You My Mother?” Comment.

End bullying with these helpful resources

Bullying is a problem that can be stopped if our community knows what signs to look for — and what to do if it surfaces. Comment.

Time for a spin

Featured Event: Beloved Staten Island carousel reopens for another season of delighting children. Comment.

To each his own

Our Relationships: When you each have different ideas of how to spend vacation, how do you deal with the hurt of not being included in each other’s plans? Comment.

Now What?

What do you do when re-decorating isn’t enough? Comment.

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in Queens

Featured Event: Hot Peas ‘N Butter plays free show as part of family fun day at Jamaica Center. Comment.

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