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Health & Parenting

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  1. Parenting Your Child in College

    When children head off to college, they start to become more independent, but they still need your support. “It’s a big shift in your relationship with your child. Often, parents are not prepared for the distance and independence young adults need,” says Annette Reiter, a licensed marriage and famil

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  2. Are You Ready to Adopt?

    Thinking about adopting a child? There’s a lot to consider. You might want to start by asking yourself these seven questions: 1. Why do you want to adopt? It’s a big decision. What motivates you to adopt? "The only really good reason to adopt is because you really want to parent a child," says pedia

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  3. Tips to Parent Your Shy Child

    Every child has bashful moments. Some kids, though, are shy. Can you simply let your children be shy, or do you need to "bring them out?" “You can do both,” says Christopher Kearney, PhD, a professor of psychology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Shy children may not become social butterflies

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  4. Kids Who Exercise More May Get Better Grades

    By Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Getting regular daily exercise of moderate to vigorous intensity may also boost students' academic performance, according to a new U.K. study. The more intense the exercise, the greater the impact on English, math and science

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  5. Breast Milk Bought Online May Contain Harmful Germs

    By Brenda Goodman HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Even after working with several nursing experts, first-time mom Katie Sweet wasn't able to make enough of her own breast milk to feed her newborn daughter. And she said her baby just didn't do well on formula. "Honestly, my dau

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  6. Too Much Texting May Leave College Kids Sleepy

    By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Oct. 18 (HealthDay News) -- College students in search of a good night's sleep may want to put some distance between their pillow and their cell phone, new research suggests. However, study author Karla Klein Murdock, a professor of psychology at Washington a

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  7. Your Sex Life After Baby

    Having a baby is an amazing, life-changing experience. But no matter how in love you are with your little one, caring for a newborn can take a serious toll on your sex life. To put it bluntly: “Babies are sex killers,” says psychiatrist Gail Saltz, MD, at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell

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  8. 5 New Mom Guilt Trips to Skip

    Here’s something few people will tell you when you’re pregnant and about to become a new mom. Among the many new emotions you’ll experience as a parent, guilt is likely to be right up there at the top. The stakes for parents these days are higher than ever. “We live in an age of high expectations th

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  9. Flying With a Baby: Is Air Travel Safe for Infants?

    If there are no medical concerns, you can safely travel by plane with your newborn from day 1.

  10. Irregular Bedtimes & Behavior Problems in Kids

    By Serena Gordon HealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Oct. 14 (HealthDay News) -- A regular bedtime might guarantee more than a good night's sleep for both kids and their parents -- it turns out that a regular bedtime can make for a better-behaved child, new research suggests. When 7-year-olds had irregular b

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