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Worth Noting

Cleveland Municipal School District Students, Staff Create ‘Wall of Love’ for Those in Need

Students and educators at Cleveland Municipal School District’s Campus International K-8 took their learning outside of the classroom, just beyond the walls of the school to build a “Wall of

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Chardon High School in Ohio

Student’s Wish Transforms Chardon High School Choir Room

Katy Lessick, a Chardon High School senior, has a passion — and talent — for music. The singer, future composer and music director wanted to give back to her school

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Help Your Child Recognize and Overcome Panic Attacks

When my now 18-year-old daughter was in the first grade, her teacher called me to say, “Your daughter’s having a panic attack about riding the bus home.” I can still

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Fighting for Allison Rose: Family Sets up Foundation to Help Others with Food Allergies

Allison Rose Suhy was a vibrant and energetic little girl. Her parents could not have predicted how much their daughter would change their lives in the years to come. read

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Hit the Reset Button on Your Child’s Electronics Usage

If you are a parent of a tween who has their own smart device, you are familiar with your kid’s tilted posture when they are looking at the blue lit screen. They likely are watching videos, movies, a popular series or playing games. While these activities are not alarming to some families, others might feel it’s too much, every day. Learn the dangers of electronics addiction and how to set limits. ...
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Summer camps in Ohio

Get Kids Excited about Camp with ‘Glamping’

If your child loves the idea of a summer camp, but hasn’t made the leap to sign up yet, glamping is a way to get them ready early. It

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Don’t Worry if Your Baby Doesn’t Sleep Through the Night, Suggests Study

A December 2018 study in the American Academy of Pediatrics found a large percentage of developmentally normal, healthy babies do not reach the milestone of sleeping through the night by age six months or even one year. Researchers also examined whether infants who woke up at night were more likely to have problems with cognitive, language or motor development. ...
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Gift Ideas for Kids who Love Books

Would you consider your child a book worm or an avid reader? Here are some unique bookish gift ideas for kids of all ages — and maybe some other family members you know. ...
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Delayed Cord Clamping: Does Waiting to Cut the Umbilical Cord Provide Benefits to Baby?

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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Long Live the Bean: Healthy Options for Coffee Drinkers

America’s favorite java jumpstart packs powerful perks beyond an energy boost. Ongoing research shows that it may be protective against many medical conditions. Although coffee itself is good for you, what you do to it — adding refined sugar, artificial sweeteners and fat-filled creamers — can do a lot of damage. Learn some simple substitutions for a healthier cup, plus find an easy recipe to craft your own pumpkin spice latte at home. ...
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