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Does Going Back to School Mean Going Back to Bullying?

The beginning of the school year brings concerns for many children and parents. Good grades, getting enough sleep and getting along with teachers and other…

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Protecting Teens from Abusive Romantic Relationships

As moms (and dads too!), we often feel a special need to protect our teenage and college-aged children from abusive relationships, and for good reason. …

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Is My Child Being Bullied?

Recognizing the Signs of Bullying Every parent’s worst nightmare is finding out that their child is being bullied in school.  Many don’t realize how common…

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The Dos and Don’ts of Easing Cold Symptoms

At the first sign of cold symptoms, you may look to stock up on any number of remedies. But what actually works? While there is…

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Quiz: Do You Know the Warning Signs of Heart Disease?

Sometimes the first sign someone has that something is wrong with his or her heart health is a heart attack. “It is important to educate…

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Fall Activities to Get Kids Moving

Adults are constantly being reminded of the importance of exercise and maintaining an active lifestyle. It no doubt has bountiful health benefits. This same sentiment…

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The Friend Who Keeps You Young

Caring for a pet is great for both your physical and emotional health. A Johns Hopkins expert shares the proven connections—plus ways to benefit even…

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How Soon is Too Soon to Specialize?

Across the country, athletes are starting to specialize in a chosen sport at younger and younger ages. But how young is too young? The American…

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Forgiveness: Your Health Depends on It

Conflict doesn’t just weigh down the spirit; it can lead to physical health issues. But these steps from a Johns Hopkins expert can help you…

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The Best Sports Parenting Advice I Ever Gave Myself

I’ll never forget the day. I was a junior in college in the spring of 1989, the sun was shining and it was one of…

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Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets

I don’t need to tell you that social media has become a mainstream way to communicate ideas, photos, and information. Even the president uses this…

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Your Teenager’s First Job: How Should They Spend Their Money?

Whether your teen wants to babysit on a regular basis, cashier at the local burger joint or cut the neighbors’ lawns, first jobs offer responsibility…

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Will You Be Shut Out if Your College-age Child has a Medical Emergency?

The time when a child goes off to college can be a stressful time for any parent. You know that you are giving up substantial…

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What Really Matters in Player Development

A little while ago, I overheard a conversation between a couple of youth basketball coaches. They were breaking down how their rec season was going,…

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Should Your Child Get an Allowance?

According to the American Institute of CPAs, in 2016, nearly 70% of parents provide their children an allowance, with the average allowance totaling about $17…

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