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Why Kids Need Unstructured Fun by Ronica O’Hara   Not so long ago,

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Trading Clutter for Calm by Meredith Montgomery When Denaye Barahona, of New York City, became a parent, she felt compelled to buy everything for her son.

The Fun of Growing Their Own by Ronica A. O’Hara It’s May, and the temperature is rising, as is the sap and green shoots. It’s the

Outdoor Adventures for Kids by Ronica A. O’Hara Getting kids off the couch and into the great outdoors can be a challenge when they tend to

Keeping the Homefront Allergy-Free by Avery Mack An allergy is a dramatic overreaction of the immune system to environmental agents that are harmless to most people.

Natural Remedies Restore Calm by Marlaina Donato Kids and teens have always had plenty to be stressed about, such as family finances, parental bickering, the birth

A Promising Approach to Healing With the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) on the rise—now affecting one in every 59 school-age children, according to

Gifts that Evoke Kids’ Creativity Choosing thoughtful gifts for kids can be a challenge, especially when opting for creativity over this year’s hot toy. It’s

Hobbies Engage and Grow Healthy Kids Unplugging with creative and fun activities fosters skills that can last a lifetime. Studies published by the National Endowment

Reversing a Rising Tide of Conditions by Ronica A. O’Hara The statistics are startling—as many as a quarter to one-half of American children now have

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