Kids

Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE The American Academy Of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry estimates that 40% of children are left alone at home at some point in time. As a parent of young children, you might also have to eventually leave your children alone at home for one reason or another—work, errands, or other social responsibilities.
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School lunch should fuel kids up for learning. But what does that actually look like? We asked dietitian and mom of three Sarah Remmer. What should be in a kid’s school lunch? A: The keys to a school lunch are nutrition, variety and balance. I offer at least five items in my kids’ lunches so they
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Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Crying is a normal emotional response and a part of development (1). Children may cry for several reasons, including pain, fear, sadness, confusion, frustration, fatigue, and anger, or when they are not able to verbalize their feelings. They may also cry when they are unable to handle certain situations and their
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When Natalie Romero’s daughter was sick with a stuffy nose, fever and a cough, she brought her to the emergency department—while second guessing herself the whole time. “Her fever wasn’t going away, and she was starting to have a harder time breathing, but at the same time, I worried that she wasn’t sick enough to
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Looking for new ways to spend time with your pets? If you have a lot of free time and would like to play and have fun with your dog or cat, stay tuned. We will give you the best pet hacks to give a twist to your relationship with animals. We will teach you some
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Sometimes enjoying a pregnancy is a complete challenge. Although this is one of the most beautiful times, carrying a big belly can be difficult. If you want to know some great tricks to make your life easier while waiting for your baby, stay with us. Here we will show you many pregnancy hacks that will
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Would you like to find out unique ways to make repairs in your home? This time you will learn many house repair hacks to have fun while fixing things and small details in any room. Pay close attention and discover how to give a different use to everyday objects. From now on you can become
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COOLEST PHONE CASES There are tons of different useful hacks in your smartphone’s settings you may have had no idea about, such as headphones remote shutter, water drop macro lens, white sheet reflector, pantyhose portrait softener, sunglasses filter, underwater housing, flashlight diffuser, racing game gadget. I’m gonna show you how to make incredibly stylish and
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Image: Shutterstock Occasional impulsiveness, hyperactivity, and attention lags are common in children (1). However, when a child persistently exhibits these characteristics that it affects their daily functioning, it could be due to ADHD. ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder of childhood associated with impulsive and over-active behavior as well as difficulty
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PERFECT SPOOKY HALLOWEEN Between trick-or-treaters and friendly neighbours, your house gets plenty of food traffic during October. With these DIY Halloween decorations, your home will be looking its very best! Whether you summon a Sanderson sister from Hocus Pocus, Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, or one of the witches from The Wizard of Oz, you
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Tired of coaxing your kid to tell you about their day? Skip the question period and try this instead. At the end of a long school day, a lot of kids need a transition period that offers reassurance and connection—maybe this year more than ever. For some kids, this need can show up as tears
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Pandemic mask-wearing has always been important, but when it comes to protecting against the Delta variant Earl Rubin, director of Montreal Children’s Hospital infectious diseases department, says masks are crucial. “The infectivity is so much higher,” says Rubin, meaning it’s much easier for someone infected with the Delta variant of COVID-19, compared to earlier variants,
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Image: iStock IN THIS ARTICLE Single-child families are on the rise, driven by declining fertility, increased divorce rates, financial burden (1) (2), and conscious decision of parents to have only one child. Some parents of single children may have a lingering concern about their child growing up spoiled or lonely. Furthermore, the many unflattering stereotypes
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Whether your kid has already started slouching or not, It’s never too late to teach good “spinal hygiene.” Their backs will thank you later. About a year ago, Toronto mom Shira Blum* finally decided to do something about her seven-year-old daughter’s gait. “Yael had always walked a little funny, which is kind of normal for
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