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Your Guide to Your Post-Pregnancy Body

May 15, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness, Parenting, Women's Issues
After nine months of morning sickness, prenatal vitamins, and breathing classes, you’ve finally had your baby! You’re so happy that your baby is finally here, but you’re even more thrilled to be done with pregnancy. Pregnancy can take a heavy toll on your body, and you’re not quite done changing yet. Women can easily find …
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Tips for Handling Autism in Your Home

May 12, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Disease & Illness, Parenting
When you first learn that your child is autistic, a lot of things will be going through your mind. You wonder how this will affect them throughout school, and as they grow older and become adults. You worry about how to explain their condition to the rest of the family. But, most of all, you’re …
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The Perfect Physical Activity for Your Autistic Child

May 8, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness, Martial Arts, Parenting
The prevalence of autism has grown in the United States over the past decade. According to the Center for Disease Control, it’s estimated that about one in 68 children are on the autism spectrum in the country. Many parents want their autistic children to have fulfilling, social lives, and organizations like the Albert and Claire …

Tips for Sledding Safety

March 5, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Parenting, Recreation & Sports
Sledding is one of the most fun winter activities a family can do together. As much fun as it is, however, sledding can also be dangerous. Mark Geier, a leading children’s health advocate, believes that sledding can be safe if a little bit of caution and planning are involved. Here are Mark’s top tips: Helmets …
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4 Springtime Tips for Children’s Health and Wellbeing

February 26, 2015 | Author: | Posted in Health & Fitness, Parenting
For years, Claire Dwoskin has worked as a children’s health advocate, and she’s noticed that certain issues seem to crop up every spring. Springtime is a relief from the cold, but it can also bring new parenting challenges. Here are four tips for maintaining your child’s health and wellbeing as spring is upon us: • …
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Tips for Communicating with Your Children—and Being Heard

November 13, 2014 | Author: | Posted in Parenting
The mission of the Albert and Claire Dwoskin Family Foundation involves promoting natural, healthy lifestyles for families and children. That includes much more than just their work supporting medical research for children’s health—it also includes helping parents develop effective strategies for raising healthy, happy kids. The Albert and Claire Dwoskin Family Foundation knows that parenting …

Interactive eBooks for Children Create Lifelong Readers

August 29, 2013 | Author: | Posted in Home & Family, K-12 Education, Parenting
Technology continues to make a big impact on the everyday lives of everyone from young children to the elderly. This impact is being acutely felt in common activities such as reading. This age-old practice is now undergoing a radical makeover, and bookstores and libraries are no longer the only places to access reading materials. Interactive …