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Autism, Allergies and Gluten by Dr. Diana Fatayerji

Most parents know that what they feed their children affects them in one way or another. Foods and chemicals do not just affect the digestive tract. They have a direct impact on our mood, brain and behavior.

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An Aromatic Valentine by Steffany Kaminski

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7 Steps to Teach Children to Manage Stress by Dr. Caron B. Goode

Traditionally, childhood is a time of carefree summers spent with best friends, trips to amusement parks and Saturday matinees at the movies. But for many children, it's also a time of great stress. In fact, stress—those overwhelming feelings of doubt about ourselves or our ability to handle things—is as common in children as adults. The [...]

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Spoiling Children: The 7 Myths by Chick Moorman and Thomas Haller

There is no such thing as a spoiled child. “Spoiled” is an inference, a judgment that people make after noticing behaviors.
Are there children who act as if they are entitled? Yes. Are there children who whine until the parents cave in? Yes. Are there children who pout if they don’t get their way? Yes. Does that make them spoiled? NO. It makes them children who have learned or are trying out new behaviors in an attempt to get what they want.

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Empowering Our Girls in Their Coming of Age by Brenna Smith

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What’s in a Name? By Dr. Allan Hunter

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