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Archive of: Feature and Healthy Kids and NAPC

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Artful Kids

Artful Kids

Hands-on creativity helps kids think, reason and express themselves—and helps them develop physically, mentally, emotionally and socially.

September 2011
Natural Approaches to ADHD

Natural Approaches to ADHD

Naturophatic doctors offer natural wellness approaches to treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

August 2011
Drug-Free Kids

Drug-Free Kids

Children metabolize drugs differently than adults do and may suffer more from side effects. Try these options to treat common childhood complaints.

August 2011
Baby On Board

Baby On Board

This tip-filled primer offers practical pointers geared to keeping you and baby happy and healthy through every stage of the childbirth process.

May 2011
Kids Dig Worm Composting

Kids Dig Worm Composting

Kids have an extra incentive to help prepare and eat fresh fruits and veggies when they know the worms must be fed! Follow these easy tips for successful composting, indoors or out.

April 2011
Eco-Camps for Kids

Eco-Camps for Kids

Earth-friendly camp experiences can help kids unplug from daily routines, connect with the miracles of nature and appreciate green values—with plenty of fun thrown in, too.

March 2011
Mindful Kids

Mindful Kids

Teaching mindfulness practices to youth helps them experience calm and well-being.

February 2011
Raising Healthy Eaters

Raising Healthy Eaters

You can cultivate healthy eating habits in your children right from the cradle. Establish these key parental practices suggested by two moms who are certified nutritionists.

January 2011
Kid-Centered Ceremonies

Kid-Centered Ceremonies

Ceremonies magically transfom the ordinary into the extraordinary, and children love them as an opportunity to express creativity. Let these ideas spark your own family rituals.

December 2010
Democracy in Action

Democracy in Action

Ask Isaac Graves what seventh grade was like at The Free School in Albany, New York, and he paints a picture that would seem like a dream to many conventional middle schoolers—and a nightmare to their administrators. There were no tests, no homework...

August 2010
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