Grades and Achievement Part I
Why grades aren’t always a sign of achievement.
How to Protect Your Child’s Hearing
If you’re flinching because your teen’s music is too loud or if you find yourself leaving the room when your toddler starts playing with a noisy toy, remember that children and teens have shorter ear canals, making them more susceptible to damage from noises that may just be annoying to an adult.
Music can help premature newborns sleepNew research suggests that playing music to premature babies helps them sleep better and improves their breathing.
Getting Off to a Good StartSigns your child is making academic progress in their early years of school.
How to shape your eyebrows in 3 simple stepsWhat’s the big deal about brows?
Beyond Trick or Treating - What is Halloween?Tips for making Halloween fun and educational.
Girls and LeadershipMake sure your daughter's environment isn't keeping her from becoming a leader.
Is your baby ready for solid food?As soon as my son could sit up on his own, we’d squeeze his fat little legs into his high chair and pull him up to the table while we ate.