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Healthy Living: Taking on the burden of doing everything for your family all the time can wear you down, stress you out, and cheat your kids of the important opportunity to have responsiblities and chores, too. Read more…

Be watchful for obstructive sleep apnea in your adolescent

Family Health: Snoring, unusual fatigue, and odd sleeping positions could be symptoms that your child needs medical attention. Read more…

Holiday scents are the spice of life

Good Sense Eating: The aromatic spices that are especially popular during the holidays not only smell good, many have health benefits for you and your family. Read more…

What to know about juvenile arthritis

What to know about juvenile arthritis

Family Health: There’s much to be learned about juvenile arthritis, which affects 300,000 children across the United States. There are many available treatment options and lifestyle choices that can provide relief from pain and inflammation. Read more…
Self-care: It is crucial that women plan carefully and consult a trusted financial advisor as they prepare for life on a Social Security income. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: After years of recommending otherwise, researchers now recommend fighting peanut allergies in infants by exposing them to peanuts — at a surprisingly early age. Read more…

Work diligently to correct your child’s reading problems

Therapies: With patience and hard work, parents can help their children overcome their reading difficulties. Read more…

Online parent training gets A+ for convenience, results

Learning Disabilities: Everyone benefits when parents get training in how to manage the behaviors of their special needs children, and employers can help. Read more…

Avoid slime burns with these tips from a pediatrician

Avoid slime burns with these tips from a pediatrician

Family Health: Making slime might be a fun fad, but there are good reasons why a parent needs to be supervising the mayhem. Read more…

Heart-rending parent-child role reversal

Medical Issues: As parents grow infirm, their children take on the role of caretakers. Read more…
Good Sense Eating: Clean skin and a balanced diet can help teens conquer an outbreak of blemishes. Read more…

Study: Parents get sick less often than non-parents

Healthy Living: Research shows the risk of becoming ill after exposure to a cold virus is reduced by half in parents. Read more…

Be sure to vaccinate your children against infectious diseases

Family Health: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend early childhood vaccinations for measles, mumps, and rubella. Read more…
Safety: Safe food handling and packing can guard against bacteria that cause food-borne illness. Read more…

Spider bite symptoms and treatment

Spider bite symptoms and treatment

Family Health: How to know if a spider bite is serious and tips for avoiding them altogether. Read more…

Eat right to protect your sight: Foods that maintain eye health

Good Sense Eating: A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains can keep your peepers in good shape. Read more…
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