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Kids & Food Allergies: A Proper Diagnosis is Key to Treatment

2019 Editions Featured Food Health July 2019 Magazine Parenting
From nutrition to how we celebrate special occasions, food plays such an important role in our daily lives. For those living with a food allergy or food intolerance, meals and treats have to be planned much more cautiously.  ...
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Tips for Healthy Summer Travel with Kids

2019 Editions Health June 2019 Magazine Parenting
Don’t let the sniffles or a stomach ache slow down your family’s summer trip. Whether you plan to camp, hit the beach or travel internationally, it’s important to pack the essentials and have a plan before someone needs first aid or falls ill. ...
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Tongue Ties: What you Should Know About the Growing Diagnosis

2019 Editions Ages & Stages Health Magazine May 2019 Parenting
Whether you’ve struggled with breastfeeding or are dealing with a child who has a speech delay, the topic of a tongue tie has probably come up. But what exactly is a tongue tie, and is correcting it really necessary?   ...
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Kids and Growing Pains: What’s Normal and When to be Concerned

2019 Editions Ages & Stages April 2019 Magazine Parenting Worth Noting
Is your little one waking up with leg pains in the middle of the night? He or she could be experiencing growing pains. While the exact cause of this common childhood ailment is unknown, there are things parents can do to help. Learn the facts, including signs of a more serious issue. ...
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Celebrating Preschool Teachers: Shaping the Minds of the Youngest Learners

2019 Editions Education January 2019 Magazine

For many families, preschool is the first time a child is away from their parents for an extended period of time. Preschool teachers play a vital role in helping young

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Is Your Child Ready to Stay Home Alone?

2019 Editions Ages & Stages Featured January 2019 Magazine Parenting
Whether it’s an unexpected day off from school, a meeting that runs late at work or a last minute invite to an event, at some point there will be a scenario when you consider leaving your child home alone. There’s a lot to think about before you take the first step into a new level of independence with your child.     ...
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Makerspaces: Hands-on STEM labs help bring imagination to life  

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2019 Editions Education January 2019 Magazine
To help kids prepare for the jobs of the future, more and more schools are thinking outside of the traditional classroom and are finding hands-on, engaging ways to help students learn through an innovative area called a makerspace. ...
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Delayed Cord Clamping: Does Waiting to Cut the Umbilical Cord Provide Benefits to Baby?

2018 Editions Health Magazine November 2018 Parenting Worth Noting
Rather than cutting the cord the moment baby is delivered, many expectant parents are following the practice of delayed cord clamping. While it's not a new medical discovery, expectant parents are becoming more aware of the practice as health organizations have put out new research and recommendations supporting delayed clamping. ...
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Tantrum or Red Flag? Understanding Sensory Processing Issues

2018 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine November 2018 Parenting Special Needs
In children, sensory processing issues typically arise around preschool age when kids are going through developmental phases or are exposed to a new environment, such as a classroom. If your child is having frequent meltdowns, tantrums or extreme emotions regarding some day-to-day activities, it could be a red flag for a sensory issue. ...
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Parent Tips for the First Two Weeks of Preschool

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2018 Editions Ages & Stages Education Featured Magazine Parenting September 2018
The first weeks of preschool are filled with a mix of excitement and nerves as your child learns the ropes of their new environment. Here are a few fun things you can do to help your child ease into their new routines and build confidence and independence. ...
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