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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

How to Keep Infants and Toddlers Safe on an Airplane

Parents might be unaware of the hazards children face while traveling on an airplane.

The study “In-flight Medical Events, Injuries and Deaths Affecting Children During Commercial Aviation Flights,” which covered the entire pediatric age spectrum, children birth to age 18, found examples of injuries affecting children, mostly in the younger age groups. Children ages 1 to 8 were treated for burns, contusions and lacerations, which resulted from falls in unrestrained lap infants, fallen objects from overhead bins, and trauma by service cart or aisle traffic.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Nix Airport Anxieties when Traveling with Baby

Airplanes can be a source of anxiety for parents with young children, even before they take off from the runway. Restrictions, security gates, crowds and the added luggage might scare some away from this type of travel until the kids get older. To help ease family trip fears, Akron-Canton Airport plans to provide tours for moms — and dads — who wish to get experience before they board.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Navigate Toddler Roadblocks When Traveling

Beach vacation with a toddler? Yeah, right! Most parents gawk at the idea of traveling to the grocery store with their toddler, let alone an extended trip away from the comforts of their own home and bed.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting Technology

Local Moms Create Free Babysitting Exchange App

The average U.S. family spends more than $1,000 a year on babysitting, according to two Akron moms who believe they have hacked the babysitting problem.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

How to Fit more Family Time — and Some ‘Me Time’ — into your Schedule

Finding quality family time as a working parent is really tough, not to mention getting some grown-up “me time,” too. Here are five real-life-tested tips to give yourself more time with your family, create a healthy work-life balance, and carve out time just for you. You deserve this because if moms or dads are not happy, no one is happy.

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2017 Editions April 2017 Featured Magazine Parenting

Tips for Managing Finances with your Significant Other

Financial problems make up one of the leading causes of divorce. The emotional effects of money impact the quality of life for both partners — and fighting about money adds a layer of fear and uncertainty about the future.

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages April 2017 Featured Latest News Magazine Parenting Worth Noting

Ohio Bill Introduced to Help Breastfeeding Moms

House Bill 13, introduced last month, would permit a mother who is breastfeeding her baby to be excused from jury service. State Rep. Anne Gonzales (R-Westerville) proposed the bill after a constituent told her about an experience while serving on a jury while breastfeeding.

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Ages & Stages Health Parenting

Connecting for Kids Event Offers Free Parking Lot Safety Kits

The Connecting for Kids Parking Lot Safety Awareness Program offers families free safety kits to educate children about the dangers of running away from a car without holding an adult’s hand. The kits include a magnet that, when placed on the car, give kids a visual spot to put their hand to wait until an adult can safely lead them to the next destination. Kits will be available at a free Meet and Greet event in Rocky River on Wednesday.

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