Tag Archive "parenting"

Parents, Open the Door to Communication

(NewsUSA) – Opening the doors of communication could be all that it takes to prevent your child from drinking alcohol while underage. A survey commissioned ...

Summer Child Care for Working Parents

(NewsUSA) – When school lets out for the summer, working parents are challenged with finding safe, convenient and affordable care for their children while they ...

Teaching Kids Safe and Ethical Downloading

(NewsUSA) – Recent piracy lawsuits brought by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) have parents and youths concerned about the risks and ethics of ...

Tips on Being Prepared In Case of School Fire

(NewsUSA) – With threats like terrorist attacks and school shooting sprees, the danger of fire in public places may be a threat that is no ...

Did You Know Your Pre-teen Needs Vaccinations, Too?

(NewsUSA) – As children enter their pre-teen years, their world becomes an exciting place of new experiences and newfound freedoms. But adults know that adolescence ...

Stay Connected With Your Children: Show Them You Care in Three Easy Ways

(NewsUSA) – Let's face it: Life is busy, and it just keeps getting busier. As a result, parents are finding it increasingly difficult to stay ...

The 1-2-3s of Teaching the Language of Mathematics

(NewsUSA) – Mathematics is the only language shared by all humans, regardless of native tongue, geography, economic background or culture. In today's global economy, everyone ...

Keeping Kids Safe in a Web-Savvy World

(NewsUSA) – If you came across an instant message conversation your child was having on your computer and discovered the acronym "PAW," would you know ...

How to Prevent a Common Childhood Foot Problem

(NewsUSA) – Parents can prevent one of the most common childhood foot problems by following some simple recommendations. Foot and ankle surgeons say ingrown toenails ...

Make a Connection With Your Teen

(NewsUSA) – Talking with teenagers about their health isn't always a parent's – or a teen's – favorite conversation. But parents have more influence on ...

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