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Kids

Various types of family caregivers

Data from Pew Research shows that, since 1965, mothers have almost tripled the amount of paid work they do each week, and dual-income...

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How to find autism resources

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that, as of 2014, autism spectrum disorder affects 1 in 68 children across the...

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Summer camp options abound

Summer camp is a beloved tradition in many families. Many parents of young children fondly recall spending their summers at summer camp,...

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Encourage a love of physical activity in youngsters

According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services, children and adolescents should engage in physical activity for 60...

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How to keep connected kids safe

The popularity of mobile devices and smartphones has produced more tech-savvy kids. Based on a 2013 survey by Scratch Wireless, nearly one...

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Safety guidelines for new parents

Welcoming a new child into a family dynamic requires certain adjustments on the part of family members. New parents have come to expect...

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Questions to ask when looking for an afterschool program

Many of today's working professionals grew up in single-income households where only one of their parents went to work each day. But that...

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Did you know?

In 2014, the  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the United States Department of Education released the first federal uniform...

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