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by Christa Melnyk Hines Free time spent unplugged can make a big difference in how our families feel emotionally and physically and when it comes to nurturing our most important relationships. Here's why: Increased self-awareness. Time alone or unplugged helps us...read more
When it comes to the flu vaccine, there are some prevailing myths and misconceptions. However, research shows that not only does the flu vaccine reduce flu illnesses overall, vaccinated children who do get sick tend to have milder symptoms and have a lower risk of flu...read more
By Pamela Morris, MSEd Each morning, parents wake up and get themselves and their children ready for the day. The kids head off to school and the parents begin their work day. Working gets us what we need - money to live and play and fulfillment to increase our...read more
Courtesy of Expect More Arizona Books, blocks and painting supplies. Sometimes preschool classrooms look more like playrooms, but that’s intentional. Young children learn best through things like music and play and classrooms reflect that. The value of these early...read more
By Dan Williams PT, CSCS, BCN For many parents, the primary purpose of parenting is to raise fully functional and independent adults who can take care of themselves, be happy, and make a positive contribution to society. Therefore, as children grow and mature, they...read more