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Halloween can be a treat, even with diabetes

Good Sense Eating: Here’s how to keep some kid’s favorite holiday fun — and safe. Comment.

Bracing for the future

Early, preventative measures can make braces a thing of the past. Comment.

The Facebook facts

Growing Up Online: When is the right time to let your child join a social network? Comment.

Save the bandages for the mummies!

When my son, Matt, was younger, my husband and I seemed to have the same conversation every year: “How much of the pumpkin carving can Matt safely do?” A kid’s dexterity gets better with each passing Halloween — but that doesn’t always seem to come with an increase in common sense, as any ER doc will confirm. Comment.

iTeens: Teaching teens Internet safety

Twenty-first century teens face a threat that older generations never had to deal with — the Internet. Comment.

Guidelines for successful couples’ communication

Unfortunately, marriage partners are not always on the same page, as we are different people who see things differently. In young families, conflicts over how we handle children, money, intimacy, housework, extended family or our visions for the future come with the turf. Sometimes we hold things in, but these issues need to be discussed in ways that lead to positive outcomes. Comment.

How smart is my child?

Many parents wonder how their child compares to other children and are curious to find out if they are raising the next Einstein, or whether she is just on par with other children her age. Comment.

Seeking help when you believe your child has a problem

Parents Helping Parents: What should you do when you think your 17-year-old is using drugs? Comment.

Past is prologue

Lions and Tigers and Teens: We all have taken some risks in our youth, but do our kids need to know about them? Comment.

Extreme pumpkins

Featured Event: Would you love to have the most spooktacular carved pumpkin on your block this Halloween? If so, visit Hicks Nurseries where artist Andrew Gertler shows you how to create pumpkin extreme pumpkin art. Gertler explains how he carves a relief into the pumpkin flesh and does not rely on carving all the way through. Comment.

Know what your child is feeling

Long Island: I’ve been a teacher for 21 years and feel fortunate to have been allowed into the lives of so many children. Having witnessed their public and deeply felt private joys and sorrows, I’d like to share some of the lessons I’ve learned about my students’ feelings and the ways they are expressed. I hope that you, as a parent, will benefit from these insights in your parenting. Comment.

Pee-wee and friends live on stage

Featured Event: Pee-wee’s back! Comment.

Reading comes to life

New & Noteworthy: Here’s a little gadget that makes learning to read fun for the little technofile in your house. Comment.

Fall into fun!

Here’s some things to do with your kids this autumn. Comment.

This fall, take a walk and rub a leaf

Here’s some simple, fun autumn activities for you and your kids. Comment.

October it figures

Percent of U.S. pumpkins that are available in October: 80 Comment.

Halloween events roundup

Long Island: Gadzooks. Comment.

See all Huntington has to offer

Long Island: The greater Town of Huntington is located on Long Island’s North Shore and encompasses a number of hamlets, including the hamlets of Huntington and Cold Spring Harbor, as well as the villages of Northport and Lloyd Harbor. Comment.

Drs. Jekyll and Messrs. Hyde

Newbie Dad: At home and at school, the two sides of my boys Comment.

The tall and the short of it

Twice the Advice: Heading to school for the first time, a mom worries about her short tot. Comment.

Monkey around with this fun word game

New & Noteworthy: Bananas … split! Comment.

These items are tooth-rific

New & Noteworthy: Here’s a way to make losing teeth fun. Comment.

‘School House Rock’ for Generation Z

New & Noteworthy: “The Body Rocks” merges modern pop music with biological science, using lyrics that answer children’s burning questions about the functions of the human body. And it’s set to music performed by people you’d never expect — but are happy to find — on a kid’s album, from Liz Phair to Pete Yorn to Minnie Driver. Comment.

Peter Pan comes to life

Featured Event: Travel to Neverland this month. Comment.

C is for colorful with this bright mosaic

New & Noteworthy: Brighten up a wall, and help your child learn the ABCs at the same time. Comment.

The lessons of ‘Dragon’

Cinematters: How to watch “How to Train Your Dragon” with your kids. Comment.

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