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Practice fine motor skills with your kids (drawing, cutting shapes, finger painting) to help them to gain strength and control over their movements.
The challenges of the new school year can be daunting when you have a special needs child. Here is a checklist to help you get ready.
Getting your children to play outside isn’t just for fun, it’s good for their growing bodies and minds. Here are some simple, fun activities they will love.
Kids who participated in therapeutic pet programs at school exhibited significantly fewer disciplinary actions and less aggressive activity compared to kids that didn't participate.
Christine Kahan describes the emotional, physical, and financial cost of her and her husband Aaron's infertility journey—destination IVF.
What are the barriers to managing chronic conditions for teenagers and how can their parents, families, and caregivers help.
A scientist explores what we can learn about fatherhood from the science of the brain, hormones, and behavior. Read more!
Access to the internet has expanded our children's horizons but also has downsides. Screen time should be limited for their physical & emotional health.
Are you worried that it is no longer safe for your senior parent to be driving? Here are 7 tips to talk about why you need to take away the car keys.
The many benefits of recess-social, cognitive, behavioral & physical-are as varied as the games played during this crucial unstructured time of the school day.
Bullying can take many different forms but is defined as the aggressive behavior of one or more people against another for any number of...
Children are more susceptible to adverse effects of climate change because of age & small size. Here are some steps to protect them & our environment.