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  1. Baby Developmental Milestones: 12 to 15 Months

    See how your baby is growing and developing and find out what to expect with this child development milestone list for months 12 to 15.

  2. Bullying - Frequently Asked Questions

    Learning about bullying:What is bullying?How common is bullying?What are the consequences of bullying?What are the characteristics of children who bully?What are the characteristics of children who are bullied?Getting help for bullying:What can children do to stop bullying?How should children react if they are bullied?What can adults do to stop bullying?What can schools do to stop bullying? ...

  3. Baby's 15-Month Checkup: What to Expect

    Find out from WebMD what to expect during your child's 15-month checkup: what your pediatrician will look for and questions you'll want to ask.

  4. Bullying - How Children Can Discourage Bullying

    Children can take steps to discourage bullying. A basic strategy is to hang out with friendly kids at school and to stay away from those who seem not to like them. Bullying is also less likely to occur when children are in groups and are in areas supervised by adults. For example, children who wish to avoid being bullied can:Play or take breaks near adults while at school.Walk to school with ...

  5. Take a Deep Breath

    WebMD explains what types of baby clothes you’ll need for your 8-week-old and how to take time to relax and reconnect with your partner.

  6. Baby Developmental Milestones: 19 to 24 Months

    See how your baby is growing and developing and find out what to expect with this child development milestone list for months 19 to 24.

  7. Tips for Parents of Teens - Topic Overview

    Parenting a teenager can be both challenging and rewarding. Many teens have conflicting feelings about growing up and aren't yet able to gracefully manage these emotions. They can be inconsistent with their affections,argumentative,and at times even hurtful. As your teen struggles with becoming independent,it is natural for him or her to detach from you at times. Remember that your teen ...

  8. Baby Developmental Milestones: 7 Months

    See how your baby is growing and developing and find out what to expect with this child development milestone list for month 7.

  9. Bullying - How Adults Can Help Stop Bullying

    As with many issues related to growing up, openly talking about bullying before it happens is most helpful for children. Teach your child how to recognize and react to bullying, regardless of who is the victim. Also, talk about and model empathy, which is being sensitive to and understanding how other people feel. This can help prevent your child from becoming involved in bullying others. ...

  10. Bullying - The Role of Schools in Bullying

    Schools play a critical role in stopping bullying because most aggression happens on school grounds during recess, in lunch rooms, or in bathrooms. Schools should develop zero - tolerance programs that make it clear that bullying won't be tolerated.School - based programs can help reduce bullying by:Increasing awareness of bullying through school assemblies and classroom discussion of the problem.

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