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What Causes Acne and What Can you do About It?

Acne is a skin disorder that plagues so many of us, from teenagers to adults. Not only is it vast in who it impacts, but it also varies in the type of acne that can impact you. Learn some basics about the disorder, as well as treatment options. ...
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Fourth of July Activities in Northeast Ohio

Find things to do with your family to celebrate Independence Day, whether it’s a parade, fireworks or a local festival. Check out these great events taking place throughout the holiday

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Land of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge is Here

The Star Wars franchise has spanned 42 Years, and whether your love began back in 1977 with Luke, Han Solo, Princess Leia and Darth Vader — or you are sucked

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6 Ways to Keep Your Toddler’s Sleep Schedule During Summer Travel

The benefits of adequate sleep include the overall support of our immune system, increased memory and focus, and the promotion of healthy growth. It’s easy to keep a routine while

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A Splash of Fun: 5 Summer Water Play Activities for Toddlers

Summer doesn’t last too long in Northeast Ohio, so it’s important to get your little ones outside while you can. Here are a few enjoyable water activities that will keep your toddler entertained all season long. ...
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What’s in a Name

It is 10:42 p.m. on the second day of my son’s life.

I am strolling him down the hall of Hillcrest Hospital’s postnatal unit, so my wife can snatch

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Tips for Planning a Kid-Friendly Picnic

Summer means picnic season in Northeast Ohio. However, before you break out the basket and blanket, here’s how to put together a kid-friendly spread that’s easy to prepare, quick to set up — and clean up — and fun to eat with your crew out under the trees. The best part about all these treats is that your kids can help you put them together! ...
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How to Build Joint Attention Skills in Young Children with Autism

Joint attention is the ability to shift your attention between an object or event and your communication partner. Many children with autism don’t develop these skills on their own. Here are some easy, fun ways for parents to work on early joint attention skills. ...
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Parenting by the Generations

Each of us fits into a certain “generation category” — most parents with children ages 18 and younger are either Generation X or Millennial. I have been thinking a lot

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Plan a Summer Camping Adventure with your Family

On the surface, a family camping adventure seems idyllic: s’mores by the fire, bedtime stories by flashlight, and simply unplugging to enjoy nature — and each other’s company — for a couple days. However, when the logistics come into play, you may have second thoughts. Don't worry; from toddlers to teenagers, seasoned campers to tent-pitching newbies, there’s a family camping adventure that’s perfect for you. ...
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