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Downsizing Our Kids: How Parents Can Decrease Childhood Obesity
Can parents decrease Childhood Obesity? Kids are less active than they used to be and childhood obesity is on the rise. Find out what parents can do to help their children maintain a normal weight.
Jul 27, 2010, 18:07
Keeping Children Safe In The Sun
UV Protective clothing? Isn't sunscreen enough to provide sun protection outdoors? Keeping children safe in the sun includes applying sunscreen and wearing a hat. Do you know what else you can do to protect your child?
Mar 8, 2009, 11:52
Combating Childhood Obesity: Instill Healthy Habits Early
Did you know that 20% of toddlers are overweight? Childhood Obesity is a problem that must be addressed so our children can be healthy.
Mar 8, 2009, 11:47
Selecting Age-Appropriate Video Games
Using video game ratings, selecting age-appropriate video games can be easy with the help of the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Parents, look for EC and E ratings on the video games you by for your children. (EC stands for Early Childhood, while E means Everyone.)
Feb 14, 2009, 18:25
Victorian Tea Party Ideas
Use Victorian Tea Party Ideas to host your daughter's first tea party! Every little girl enjoys hosting a Tea Party.
Feb 5, 2009, 22:00
Hey Mom, Can I Have a Bowling Party For My Birthday?
When your son or daughter wants to have a Bowling Party... say "Yes," Mom! It's simple to plan a kids birthday party with a bowling party ideas.
Feb 5, 2009, 21:58
Cheerleading Game Spells F-U-N
If your daughter loves to cheer, there are cheerleading video games for Wii and DS systems she will love!
Feb 5, 2009, 21:29
Online Gaming: Cutting The Cost Of Fun
Cut The Cost Of Fun and find out if online gaming can save you some money!
Feb 5, 2009, 20:54
Functional And Fashionable Baby Gear
Baby gear--swings, strollers, bouncers and more--is increasingly designed to be both functional and fashionable.
Jan 14, 2009, 19:12
Top Five Most Popular At-Home Crafting Projects
Kids love crafts. Here are some craft projects that are easy to make at home.
Jan 14, 2009, 19:07
School Class Thanksgiving Activities
Teachers and Class Moms who organize School class Thanksgiving activities will find lots of great ideas at Party Ideas Parade.
Nov 23, 2008, 21:27
One Creative Kid Chef Could Win a $25,000.00 Scholarship Fund!
Imagine, your kid chefs could win a $25,000.00 scholarship fund for entering the creative peanut butter sandwich contest! Yes, for finding a new twist on a peanut butter sandwich.
Sep 2, 2008, 19:21
It's Time To Think About Their Lunch Drinks
Nutritionists say that flavored milk can be a secret weapon to help kids drink more milk and get the calcium and protein their growing bodies need.
Sep 2, 2008, 19:18
Webkinz (Ganz) Kids and Adults Just Love Them
Are you looking for Webkinz secret recipes and codes, or Webkinz party ideas? Do you just want to find out all about Webkinz dolls, the little plush animals that kids just love?
Sep 2, 2008, 17:02
Is Your Child Ready For Kindergarten?
Are you feeling the anxiety of the approaching school year? Are you getting ready to enroll your child in kindergarten?
Aug 26, 2008, 22:22
How To Help Your Kids Sleep
Establishing a bedtime for kids will help your children develop important healthy sleeping habits.
Aug 17, 2008, 22:39
How To Get Your Kids To Eat Healthy
Cooking healthy foods will have your kids eating healthier. In this world of junk food we live in healthy eating habits are important for children.
Aug 17, 2008, 22:31
Car Seat Safety: What Parents Should Know
The LATCH system was designed to make it easier for parents to install child safety seats correctly.
Aug 5, 2008, 21:38
Keeping A Kid-Healthy Home
Limiting household chemical use might help keep children safe.
Aug 5, 2008, 21:20
Dictionary Project Gives Students The Gift Of Words
The gift of words. Through a national initiative, service organizations are helping third-grade students learn with their own personal dictionaries.
Jul 31, 2008, 19:50
Cost-Saving Strategies for 2008 Back-to-School Shopping
Here's an article that can help you find some cost saving strategies for back to school shopping.
Jul 9, 2008, 17:08
Home for the Summer: Ten Happy, Healthy Ideas for Kids
Here are ten happy, healthy ideas for kids summer vacation fun.
Jul 9, 2008, 16:44
Child Nutrition and The Picky Eater
Child nutrition isn't always easy if your children are picky eaters. Give your kids multivitamins to make sure they are getting the needed nutrients.
Jul 1, 2008, 19:36
Potty Training Can Be Fun And Engaging For Both Parent And Child
Potty training is one of the milestones of parenting. It takes patience, but there is a way to make the process fun.
Jun 30, 2008, 17:25
All-Natural Methods For Avoiding Biting Bugs
Using all-natural insect repellents is one way parents can protect their children against insect bites, without using chemicals.
Jun 30, 2008, 17:19
4-To-6-Year-Olds May Need One Less Shot
Combination vaccines reduce the number of shots needed to protect against serious diseases.
Jun 30, 2008, 17:14
Keeping Kids Healthy in Daycare
Parents, make sure to teach small children to wash their hands, especially when they go to daycare or preschool.
Jun 1, 2008, 16:08
A Program Designed To Protect Children With Autism
Autism affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. It’s estimated that it affects one in 150 children.
May 26, 2008, 23:08
Playful Tips For Positive Parenting
Here are some playful tips to help you when you are trying to be encouraging and parenting to little children.
May 22, 2008, 19:16
Summer means time to go swimming. Make sure your children are safe in the water.
May 9, 2008, 19:42
Knowing When A Child's Behavior Is "Normal" Or Not
With health experts using shorthand diagnoses like "ADHD," "PTSD" and "OCD," it might be hard for parents to know if their child has a mental health disorder or is simply misbehaving. Parents can find expert advice on their child's mental health.
Mar 2, 2008, 19:10
School Sanitation a Major Concern for Parents
Parents are faced with many worries concerning their children's school. Issues regarding the type of education, finding the proper teachers and peer pressure their children will face are a few of the burdens confronted by a father and mother.
Feb 23, 2008, 22:22
Smoking In Movies Can Lead To Youngsters Lighting Up
Parents can urge movie studios to keep smoking out of youth-rated films. For a list of current movies with smoking, visit www.smokefreemovies.ucsf.edu.
Jan 19, 2008, 23:54
Building Reading Skills In Children
It's hard to read too much into the importance of literacy skills. Children who read achieve. They boast higher test scores and recognize letters and numbers more often than their peers who read less frequently.
Jan 17, 2008, 22:52
Too Much Time Online...Is Your Child Addicted To The Internet?
In Faux Paw's new Internet adventure, kids learn to balance real life with screen time.
Jan 2, 2008, 21:46
Your Family's Medical History May Save Your Child's Life
A family history can help your child's doctor make a diagnosis if your child shows signs of a disorder.
Dec 16, 2007, 18:40
Keep Children Healthy With Proper Oral Care Tips From Pediatric Dentists Help Minimize Risk Of Tooth Decay
Healthy teeth are vital to a child's overall health. Cavities and other dental health issues affect not only children's ability to speak and maintain a healthy self-image, but they can cause general health issues such as heart disease later in life.
Dec 15, 2007, 01:06
Growing Concern That Hockey Too Expensive To Play
A new national survey conducted by Harris Decima Research on behalf of Henkel Consumer Goods of Canada shows that Canadians are concerned about the state of the national pastime, hockey. One growing concern that many Canadians expressed - 89 per cent - was that the cost to play hockey needs to be reduced so that more children can play.
Dec 8, 2007, 20:44
Hockey Needs to Be Played Clean and Fair
Canadians overwhelming believe that hockey should be played strong, clean and fair, especially when children are involved. Yet, many believe that parents have become too aggressive at their children's hockey games.
Dec 5, 2007, 20:43
Managing Your Child's ADHD Throughout The Year Experts Say 'Stick To Individualized Treatment Options'
As the school bell rings, children pack up their books, jump from their seats and file out of the classroom, eager to meet their parents and return home for the evening, the weekend, or even better yet, vacation! Whether it be the weekend or summer vacation, time off from school can often feel like a long-awaited dream full of rest and relaxation
Dec 4, 2007, 22:38
Kids Brushing: Music To Parents' Ears
Toothbrushes that deliver the tunes-along with cavity-fighting power-are expected to be a big hit this holiday season.
Dec 2, 2007, 22:36
A Growing Number Of Toys Are Personalized
One of the latest trends in gifts for children focuses on toys that are personalized to fit a child's interests.
Nov 29, 2007, 21:40
Fun Ways To Play Princess
If your daughter loves playing princess, giving her the royal treatment can be easy- and fun.
Nov 26, 2007, 23:38
Kids Bring Popular Television Characters Home This Season With New Video Games From Disney Interactive Studios
Video games are expected to be among the hottest gifts this season. In fact, last December alone, holiday shoppers helped boost U.S. video gaming industry sales to $3.7 billion, according to MSNBC.
Nov 17, 2007, 01:38
Keeping Kids' Gaming Gear From Going Lost
After months of being nudged, cajoled and begged, you finally gave in and bought your teenager a high-priced game system. His face all flushed with excitement, he couldn't wait to take it to his friend's house for the first time.
Nov 17, 2007, 01:26
Finding Toys That Teach
According to a recent survey by NPD research group, toys are expected to be among the top three gifts this holiday season. Many of them will add an important educational element to play-time while still being fun for kids.
Nov 14, 2007, 22:18
Helping Children In Crisis
Millions have already seen Ben Affleck's powerful film "Gone Baby Gone," based on the novel by Dennis Lehane (http://www.gonebabygone-the movie.com/). Many of them left the theater discussing and debating what they had just witnessed. It is a riveting police thriller but it is more than that.
Nov 13, 2007, 23:20
Building Relationships One Child At A Time
Men are from Mars and women are from Venus, which means their children are a mix of two different worlds.
Nov 13, 2007, 23:08
Teaching Children about Plagiarism in the Internet Age
In its relatively short lifespan, the Internet has changed the way we do almost everything, from banking to shopping, reading to vacationing and much more. An unprecedented amount of information is now available to anyone with online access, and education has been changed as much as any other field as a result.
Nov 8, 2007, 21:04
Making It Fun To Learn About The Solar System
According to experts, when learning is interactive and fun, children are much more inclined to retain knowledge and look forward to school.
Nov 4, 2007, 17:08
Calling and Texting During Math Class? No Way! The Cell Phone That’s Right for Kids + Right for Parents
Now that it’s time for your tweenager to head back to school for another year, you may be asked: “Mom, can I have a cell phone?” It’s a question many parents dread. As kids get busier with their after-school activities and social lives, a cell phone is the best way to stay in touch.
Oct 28, 2007, 22:36
Understanding a Child’s Virtual World
The advent of the Internet and wireless technology have made a greater impact on the way we relate to one another than any other factor in the past 20 years. The rapid evolution of these now-ubiquitous technologies presents a unique set of opportunities and challenges for today’s families.
Oct 15, 2007, 23:28
Making Words The Stars Of The Show
Because reading is such an important skill, parents are always looking for ways to introduce their children to the world of words.
Sep 21, 2007, 22:26
What Teens Are Saying About Drugs And Alcohol Online
Parents who think their teens' online conversations are innocent may want to take a look at a new study, commissioned by Caron Treatment Centers and conducted by Nielsen BuzzMetrics. It found that one in 10 messages analyzed involved teens seeking advice from peers on how to take illicit drugs without getting caught.
Sep 20, 2007, 19:16
Keeping Children Safe While You're On The Go
Baby-proofing the home is one of the most important things that new parents can offer their newborn. From choosing the perfect crib to quality bath toys, parents are inundated with choices of products that feature the latest and greatest innovations. But with all the options available, one overriding consideration should be first and foremost in parents' minds-safety.
Sep 7, 2007, 21:06
Keeping Kids Safe in a Web-Savvy World
If you came across an instant message conversation your child was having on your computer and discovered the acronym "PAW," would you know what to make of it?
Aug 30, 2007, 23:20
Children Are Not Immune to Identity Theft
More than 60 percent of Americans say they know little about child identity theft and nearly half think the problem is not very common, even though Federal Trade Commission statistics indicate that the percentage of identity theft victims younger than 18 has virtually doubled in the past few years.
Aug 27, 2007, 23:56
How To Help With Homework
Students today may seem to have more homework than ever before, but helping youngsters succeed in school could be easier than many parents realize. While parents who have been out of school for many years may struggle to help with subjects such as advanced math and science or foreign languages, they can still create a positive learning environment that fosters a productive homework experience.
Aug 18, 2007, 21:56
Why Kids Ask "Why?"
Understanding why kids ask "why?" helps parents connect with their children.
Experts say such inquisitiveness-which can include questions about the physical world, feelings and relationships, and even about change and loss-helps children learn and grow.
Jun 27, 2007, 00:38
Kids Taking Charge Of Their Health
According to the Mayo Clinic, in just two decades, the prevalence of childhood obesity has doubled for U.S. children ages 6 to 11--and tripled for American teenagers. It's an epidemic that can have serious health consequences.
Jun 27, 2007, 00:34
Summer Fun for Kids
So school’s about to soon be finished for another year and parents are faced with having them home for the next two and a half months. What can you do to entertain them and not have them sit in front of the television all day?
Jun 22, 2007, 18:42
How To: Keep Your Children Busy This Summer
The long days of summer are finally here, bringing with them loads of sunshine, bright blue skies and your kids at home. all day. all summer long. Short of shipping them off to summer camp, how can you keep them happy and busy? Check out this easy "how-to tip" from Duncan Hines to keep your children busy this summer:
Jun 3, 2007, 15:08
Active Outdoor Play -- Are Kids Getting Enough?
There is an epidemic sweeping our nation and if things don’t change soon, there are going to be some serious repercussions. According to the American Association of Obesity, today's youth are considered the most inactive generation in history.
Instead of riding bikes, playing on playgrounds and participating in sports, these days a lot of American kids are spending the majority of their free time sitting around. They’re watching TV, playing video games, working on the computer, text messaging, etc.
Jun 2, 2007, 20:44
Creative Craft Ideas For Children
There are a number of crafty ways to help kids get their creative juices flowing. Now that summer vacation is almost here you will want to get ready to keep those children of yours happy and entertained when shcool is out.Try these fun craft ideas:
Jun 2, 2007, 20:10
Parents & Medical Experts Offer Tips On How To Make Potty Training Easier This Year
This year, approximately 4 million toddlers in America will start the potty training process. For most parents, potty training can be a time-consuming milestone to undertake with their child, but the Pull-Ups® Potty Training Partners-a dedicated panel of child psychologists, pediatricians and parenting experts-continue to help make potty training easier by offering tips for parents that will guide them throughout their journey.
May 11, 2007, 21:59
Rediscovering the Outdoors with Your Kids Starts in Your Own Backyard
With school almost out, summer is the perfect time to rediscover the outdoors. Experiencing nature’s wonders firsthand -- admiring a garter snake slithering in the grass, planting flowers in the yard or devouring strawberries picked fresh from the garden -- can prove as captivating as anything on the TV or video-game screen. So begin today to get your kids to celebrate and capture summer outside with our living planet.
Apr 27, 2007, 23:49
Baseball Fun Facts
For many families, a scrapbook of memories can be traced back to America's pastime. Whether its a youngster's first trip to the ballpark, a casual game of catch in the backyard, or Mom and Dad cheering in the stand for a game-winning hit, baseball serves as an essential backdrop to a lifetime of experiences.
Apr 15, 2007, 20:15
Planning A Family Outing To The Museum
For children, the world is an invitation to learn, and the opportunities for discovery are endless. And by arranging regular family outings, parents get to spend time with their kids while seeing things through the youngsters' eyes.
Apr 15, 2007, 20:05
Active Kids Learn Better
Parents can help their children take the right steps toward fitness. That's a particularly good thing, because children today tend to be less active than in generations past. Twenty-five percent of all children watch at least four hours of television daily.
Apr 7, 2007, 22:42
The Electronic Playground
There are many places for children to "play" online -but which ones are safe, fun and more than just mindless entertainment? And how can parents tell the difference? A cursory glance at the news yields stories of online predators and inappropriate, violent Web sites and e-mails, all available at the click of a mouse. And now children are taking playground meanness to a new level, using e-mail and Web sites to bully other kids.
Apr 7, 2007, 21:52
Caring for Others Teaches Kids to Care for Themselves Too
In a modest neighborhood of tidy homes in western Ohio, a young teenager is busy shoveling a snow-covered driveway as an elderly woman watches in appreciation from her window.
Apr 4, 2007, 22:41
Easter Basket Makeover -- Creative, Interactive Ideas for Kids of All Ages
Move over plastic grass and woven baskets. Easter baskets have undergone an extreme makeover thanks to creative parents looking for more interactive alternatives to the baskets of their youth. The results are some very out-of-the-basket ideas for kids of all ages that celebrate their individuality, reflect their favorite hobbies and activities, and give them items that will hold their attention long past Easter.
Mar 31, 2007, 00:38
Egg-cellent Easter Memories in the Making
Each year, Easter brings families together to celebrate and enjoy quality time with each other. In 2007, 90 percent of American families will decorate Easter eggs, according to a recent survey commissioned by PAAS, the egg decorating kit preferred by more than 83 percent of American families.
Mar 31, 2007, 00:34
Dino-Mite Video With Fire Safety Tips for Preschoolers
Fire safety is one of the most vital lessons that anyone can learn, which is why it is an important issue to discuss with children. Now little ones can get helpful fire safety tips from their favorite purple dino friend…Barney! Through songs, stories and fun, Barney and his friends BJ, Baby Bop and Riff make sure that kids are prepared-not scared-if ever an emergency should arise.
Mar 9, 2007, 21:37
The Web: A Good Character?
Every parent wants his or her child to be a "good" kid. Polite, kind and happy. Respectful, funny and confident. But how do you teach a child to be gracious or confident? Many parents-and even educators-are turning to technology for help.
Mar 9, 2007, 21:24
Snoring Child? It May Be Time To Check Their Tonsils
Like many parents, you may not think your child's snoring is a cause for concern, but it is actually a sign your child may have enlarged tonsils. Tonsils that are too big for a child's airway cause sleep disorders that can lead to a variety of health and behavior problems including daytime sleepiness, failure to thrive and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) type behavior.
Mar 9, 2007, 21:18
Healthy Eating Habits Begin at Home
Helping kids develop good eating habits starts at home. Research shows that children who see parents and family members who are active and eat a healthy diet will be more likely to adopt the same habits. In a study published in the Journal of The American Dietetic Association, mothers who ate more fruits and vegetables had daughters who in turn ate more fruits and vegetables.
Dec 10, 2006, 21:35
Childhood Investments Can Build Nest Egg for Later in Life
One way for kids to learn about investing is by doing it themselves, and mutual funds can be an excellent way to start. While most funds require a minimum investment of $5,000 or more, the minimum initial investment in some funds could be as low as $250 or $1,000, making the idea of investing more welcoming for kids.
Nov 16, 2006, 22:51
Tips to Help Prepare for Your Kid’s College Education
If you have children you should start thinking about how you are going to send them to college. It doesn't matter how young your kids are. It is an expensive but important part of parenting. If you do not have a college plan already here are some ideas on how to begin one.
Nov 15, 2006, 22:36
Crafts For Tots
Here are some fun craft ideas for your kids to enjoy. These are lots of fun, and can be done with things around your house.
Nov 15, 2006, 22:09
How To Teach Your Child Right From Wrong
An article to help you discover ways to teach your child right from wrong.
Nov 15, 2006, 22:02
How to Encourage Self Esteem in Children
Whatever you do in the early years of your children's development will influence them for good or bad in adulthood. Parents must be aware of the emotional needs of their kids and help them to gain confidence and self esteem as they grow up.
Nov 12, 2006, 16:38
Christmas Crafts for Children to Make at Home
Christmas season is an enjoyable time for family gatherings, in which adults and kids share many entertaining activities. For children, this is the time for fun and gifts, but also the right time to encourage them to develop their creativity by engaging in making some of the crafts that decorates your home.
Nov 12, 2006, 16:28
Parents Are Best Resource For Ensuring Student Success
To maximize their child's educational experience, parents should go back to school. But don't dust off the book covers and No. 2 pencils just yet. This experience only requires learning the ABCs of parental involvement - specifically, opening the lines of communication through parent-teacher conferences.
Nov 9, 2006, 21:40
Games That Develop Kids' Emotional Skills
Businesses are finding that most successful people have one thing in common: the ability to deal with people. But successful employees don't learn this skill when they enter the work force; they learn it at an early age.
Nov 2, 2006, 19:54
Eczema in the classroom: School Can Be Both Physically and Socially Challenging For Children With Eczema
Over one million children affected by eczema will be heading back to school this fall with more on their minds than just meeting their new teachers and classmates. At an age when social acceptance is very important, many children with the disease fear that they will be teased by their classmates. "Children with eczema often endure hurtful comments from peers because of the appearance of their skin," said Dr. Maha Haroun, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto.
Oct 29, 2006, 15:39
How to Instill Generosity in Your Child
With so many presents, the holiday's can turn the focus for some children into "getting" instead of "giving". Christian Children's Fund of Canada, an organization that helps children in need around the world, has some helpful hints to use during the gift-giving season as a way to instill generosity in your child.
Oct 19, 2006, 23:50
Autumn is Here, and So Are New Activities For Your Kids
The fall wind is blowing the leaves off the trees and into your yard. Now how can you make that fun? It's easy! Fall is a wonder season to play in, a wonderful season full of mother nature's own craft items. No need to go to a craft store when all the supplies you need are right outside your door. Here are three craft ideas to show your kids how you with them can have lots of fun in the fall.
Oct 1, 2006, 20:47
Thanksgiving Craft Ideas For You And Your Kids
Are you looking for some new and fun crafts to entertain your children during the Thanksgiving holiday? Here's what we do at my house to entertain the kids, and to help them use their imaginations making some fun Thanksgiving craft ideas for kids.
Oct 1, 2006, 17:00
Fun And Easy Autumn Craft Ideas For Kids
Autumn is such a fun and beautiful time of year. The weather has cooled off. The leaves are turning different shades of gold, orange, red and brown. You can use this beautiful phase of nature to help keep your children occupied and help them see the wonder in the seasons.
Oct 1, 2006, 16:24
A Child With Low Self Esteem
Low self esteem can develop at any time of our lives. One of the most difficult places to find it is in your child. The child you have sworn to love and cherish and protect. We cannot control every aspect of our childrens lives, but when we begin to recognize a problem, such as low self esteem, we can immediatly work to correct it. Children don't even know what self esteem is. They only know it feels good or it feels bad.
Oct 1, 2006, 15:13
Your Child Has a Weight Problem. What You Can Do
Studies have show us surprising results. One in six children (ages 6-19) is overweight, and 15% of all children in the U.S. are overweight. With these alarming statistics, it’s no suprise to me that parents are becoming more concerned about their children’s weight.
Oct 1, 2006, 12:01
What Should You Do When Your Toddler Bites?
It can be very upsetting and alarming for you when your toddler bites. Some experts agree that when toddlers become frustrated because they haven’t yet learned to speak they resort to extreme measures like biting. Biting can become a dangerous problem if it isn’t properly handled.
Sep 30, 2006, 15:16
Mom, How to Understand your Toddlers Tantrums
Although your toddlers tantrums can be both embarrassing and traumatic, it may help you to understand that this is just another normal phase of your toddler’s development. Most tantrums are due to the fact that your toddler just doesn’t have the necessary vocabulary to express his new found feelings. He or she is frustrated!
Sep 30, 2006, 15:11
Tips for Moms Trying to Cope with Toddlers and Fussy Eating
As babies grow into toddlers and begin eating table food, they often times turn into picker eaters. It isn’t unusual for mealtime to turn into a fight with toddlers because they don’t want to eat their dinner.
Sep 29, 2006, 19:16
Quick and Easy Breakfast Ideas for Kids
Most of us have heard the saying “Breakfast is the Most Important Meal of the Day” and it’s certainly true especially when it comes to children. Studies have shown that children who eat a balanced breakfast are more alert in school, perform better and in many cases are less prone to bad behaviour than children who skip breakfast.
Sep 28, 2006, 21:02
Parents, Are You Promoting Self-Esteem in Your Kids
Children go through difficult periods where their self esteem is challenged by their peers. The pressures of fitting in with cliques, wearing certain clothes, and keeping up appearances are overwhelming. If your child shows signs of low self-esteem, take immediate action to counterbalance their feelings of obscurity.
Sep 28, 2006, 20:46
Preventing Childhood Obesity – Tips and Ideas to Help Your Child Learn How to Eat
Even in our health savvy society, the number of children today who are obese is on the rise. Too many children are dining on fast food and sitting in front of the television for hours watching their favorite shows or playing video games. This opens the door to a lot of problems, including the risk of becoming obese.
Sep 28, 2006, 20:39
Is Your Child a Bully? Parental Strategies for Children Who Hit
Hitting is a common form of aggression in children. Sometimes children may hit in defense, other times hitting may occur for various other reasons. If your child hits, this behaviour can be altered over a period of time. It is a process, so you shouldn’t expect it to stop overnight.
Sep 28, 2006, 20:27
Curbing the Junk Food Monster Help Your Kids Be Healthy and Fit
Junk foods? Exactly what foods fit into that category? Sugar filled snacks, fried treats, foods filled with empty calories. Junk food might include items like: potato chips, candy, chocolate, artificially flavoured drinks, etc. Junk food is appealing to kids because of the taste, color and appearance.
Sep 28, 2006, 19:46