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Fostering Independence

by James Noll How to take a hands-off approach so your child can grow A lot has been written about millennials, young men and women who, throughout...

An Auto Insurance Primer: Learning the Basic Terms on Your Policy

by Hailey Ross The estimated cost of motor vehicle deaths, injuries and property damage in 2015 was estimated to be $412.1 billion, according to a...

Teen Depression and Suicide: Know the Signs, Ask the Questions

An A/B honor roll student and a freshman volleyball player, Dejah Jones hid her depression behind a glowing smile. Whatever talks around the dinner...

Sleep, Science and Smarter Kids: How Sleep Boosts Learning

by Malia Jacobson Want kids to bring home A’s? Start with more Z’s. According to sleep experts and numerous new studies, lost sleep hurts learning and...

Fun Ways to Connect with Children at Any Age

by Brandy Centolanza Busy schedules can make it difficult to find time to carve out for family fun. But spending quality time together is beneficial for...

Fun in the Sun: Safely!

Melanoma is the most common skin cancer in children. About 7 percent of cancers in 15 to 19 year olds are melanomas, according to...

Fakebooking: Exercising Care on Social Media

Parenting sure has changed in the wake of social media. These days, some moms and dads don’t hesitate sharing everything about their children’s lives...

Decisions, Decisions: Six Tips to Nurture a Confident Decision Maker

by Christa Melnyk Hines As a parent, you've probably heard the mantra: To help your child feel a sense of control and better manage meltdowns,...

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