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Your second grader and PE

By putting a creative spin on games, second graders exercise their bodies (and imaginations).

Sports: the next inclusion frontier?

Kids on IEPs need to get in on the fun in sports and PE classes

Exploring Emotions

Help your fourth- or fifth-grader learn to express his emotions.

Talking about sex with your teen: It's not as hard as you think

Why you need to talk to your child about sex - and why you'll be glad you did.

5 tough questions about teens, alcohol, and drugs - answered

To talk or not to talk? Is offering a safe ride home always a good idea? Should you come clean about your own drug history? Get answers to tough parenting dilemmas concerning alcohol and drugs.

Edible scavenger hunt

Give your third-, fourth-, or fifth-grader healthy detective work with this nutritious game.

Is my son addicted to screens?

Is my son's screen use "normal" for kids his age? Or has our whole country gone insane, raising a generation of children who are dangerously addicted to any and every screen?

6 surprising foods and drinks to add (or avoid) during cold and flu season

Minimize sick days and keep your child happy and healthy this winter by following these simple dietary tips.

Mom versus mystery meat

Fed up with the burgers and sodas taking over her son's cafeteria, Dana Woldow fought to bring healthy meals to middle-schoolers.

Of brawn and brain

Can kids sweat their way to academic excellence?

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