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Diary of a College Girl by A.H.

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PREVIEW: Sizing Up – Why Are Our Kids Getting So Fat? By Dr. Diana Fatayerji, M.S., Ph.D.

Most of us are aware that the incidence of childhood obesity has increased. Is this something we should be concerned about? As parents we face concerns for our children over alcohol, drugs, sex and bullying. Does obesity merit the same concern? In 2002 the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey showed that 15.5% of children [...]

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Sizing Up – Why Are Our Kids Getting So Fat? By Dr. Diana Fatayerji, M.S., Ph.D.

Most of us are aware that the incidence of childhood obesity has increased. Is this something we should be concerned about? As parents we face concerns for our children over alcohol, drugs, sex and bullying. Does obesity merit the same concern? In 2002 the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey showed that 15.5% of children [...]

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The Psychology of Pregnancy: Birthing Yourself as a Mother By Lara Honos-Webb

Pregnancy can be a major stressor for any woman. There are many factors that increase the stress of a pregnancy.  A woman’s relationship with her own mother plays a surprisingly central role in determining her capacity to adapt successfully to a pregnancy. Studies have reported that women with high levels of unresolved conflict toward their [...]

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Emotional Intelligence – a Key to Your Child’s Future Health & Happiness by Sandie Sedgbeer

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What Your Preschooler Learns by Playing by Dr. Caron Goode

Activities That Help Your Preschooler Learn
Each of the above categories develop through a variety of activities. Some overlap and some are very specific. Once you identify what skill your child is practicing you can determine what he is learning and how to help him apply his knowledge.

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Midlife Crisis Begins in Kindergarten with Labels Like ADD/ADHD, Slow, Dyslexic, Average, and Even Gifted by Mariaemma Pellulo-Willis, MS

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