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“Active Video Games” Are Not So Active

New studies have shown that giving children an ‘active video game console’, such as a Nintendo Wii, does not necessarily increase their physical activity. Although children are simulating sports or dance moves in order to activate…







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Is Your Parenting Style Working?

A recent study from the University of New Hampshire revealed certain flaws and advantages to choosing one parenting technique over another. A team of researchers collected data revolving around three particular approaches to parenting since…





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Keep Your Kid Reading

Reading is such an important activity for growing kids, but with the Internet, TV, and video games it is harder and harder to keep kids interested in reading. It can be hard finding a balance…






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Creating a “Parenting Bucket List”

Creating a Parenting “Bucket List” Have you heard of a “Parenting Bucket List”? Many of us have certain goals, aspirations, and wacky activities that we want to accomplish before our time. But what about those…