3 Tips For Creating A Healthy Relationship Between Your Kids And Their Screens

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    3 Tips For Creating A Healthy Relationship Between Your Kids And Their Screens
    As a parent with children growing up in a world full of technology, it can be hard to know how you should handle allowing your children to spend time doing things like play video games, go on the computer, watch videos on their phones, or sit down in front of the TV. While setting boundaries with these things early on can be very helpful, it’s also worth stating that cutting these things out completely might result in your children rebelling against your strict rules about screens. So to help ensure that you’ve taught your children correct principles that will stick with them throughout the rest of their lives, here are three tips for creating a healthy relationship between your kids and their screens.Read more... →

    7 Children’s Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore as a Parent

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    7 Children’s Health Symptoms You Should Never Ignore as a Parent
    As a parent, you‘ll know how easily children pick up injuries and illnesses. As they grow, so many of these health issues continue to rear their ugly heads. Some go away of their own accord, without so much as a syrup being administered, whereas others could have you rushing to the Emergency Room. The difficulty is determining which symptoms are potentially dangerous (hence, needing urgent attention) and which you can leave for Mother Nature to resolve.…Read more... →

    3 Benefits of Teaching a Second Language to Your Kids

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    3 Benefits of Teaching a Second Language to Your Kids
    We live in an increasingly interconnected global society. More and more businesses choose to get a multilingual translation so they can better meet the needs of their customers from around the world. Kids are more likely to interact with different cultures and languages in the neighborhood and on the playground. This makes learning a second language more valuable than ever before. Here are just a few ways having your children learn a second language can enrich their lives. …Read more... →

    5 signs to know if your child is Vaping

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    5 signs to know if your child is Vaping
    You would have to get involved as early as possible so, your child’s risk can be reduced The use of these e-cigarettes and vapors has increased immensely in local schools. According to research, students consume one JUUL pod per day. How much is JUUL pod? The amount of nicotine in it is equivalent a full packet of cigarettes. Seriously? The amount is INSANE.…Read more... →

    Planning Your Family Expansion: How to Prepare for Pregnancy

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    Planning Your Family Expansion: How to Prepare for Pregnancy
    While life likes to surprise us, when a couple conceives is controllable — to a degree at least. The body is incredible when it comes to the biochemistry that lies behind how and when a woman falls pregnant. With the right information and support, the growth of a family can be done in a somewhat planned fashion. …Read more... →

    What are the Best Toys For Young Children?

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    What are the Best Toys For Young Children?
    These days, it seems that far too many parents are content to use an iPad or smartphone to entertain their young children. But with studies consistently showing that frequent exposure to these screens can cause vision problems and negatively affect brain development, providing non-tech toys is essential for your child. Here’s a closer look at some of the best toys you can choose. …Read more... →

    Do You Know What Resources Are Available For Parents?

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    Do You Know What Resources Are Available For Parents?
    Individuals who run their own manufacturing facility are generally well aware of which resources and actions are available to help them keep everything running smoothly. They know which industry organizations they can join, and they know where to go to research whether completing work with used industrial equipment can be a good idea. They know they can get help when challenges occur. Yet it seems that many parents aren’t aware of where to go when facing their own struggles. This can cause them to feel hopeless and overwhelmed. It doesn’t have to be this way.…Read more... →

    What to Do if Your Child is Injured at School

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    What to Do if Your Child is Injured at School
    Every parent dreads the phone call that tells them their child has been injured at school. Just hearing the words is enough to get your mind spinning about the potential horrors, but the good news is that most school injuries are minor and very obviously accidental. Before you start to panic about long-term consequences, there are some basics steps that you should take to take control of the situation. Your response is going to be determined by the reason for the injury, the severity of it, and the financial consequences. Before you start to plan what you are going to do and say, here are the steps that you should take. …Read more... →

    Baby Gifts Made Easy

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    Baby Gifts Made Easy
    I’ll tell you what – there are times when being obsessive-compulsive can come in handy, such as the case of how an OCD individual (other than me, of course) by some fate found himself in the financial industry, particularly in stock trading. His ability to focus all his attention on one thing rather obsessively in this particular instance proved to be an advantage in that he was able to pick up a pattern that would go on to make him super-rich, having foreseen an impending change in the housing market.…Read more... →

    How to help your child excel in English at school

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    How to help your child excel in English at school
    Whilst many parents believe that all the education should be left to the school but this isn’t necessarily true. A lot of people don’t actually enjoy school and learning about all these subjects in the classroom setting can have a negative impact on the way we view the subjects. By engaging with classroom subjects outside of school, you may be able to help them both enjoy the classes more and in turn, do better in them. Here are some techniques to try:…Read more... →