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Connecting Kids to Community

Connecting Kids to Community

Before scheduling after-school soccer practice or cheerleading, why not consider committing to a different kind of extracurricular activity: community outreach.

August 2009
ChiWalking

ChiWalking

August 2009
School Lunch Program

School Lunch Program

Our education system has traditionally held that reading, math, science and English classes form basic building blocks for success. But what lessons are our children learning daily in their school cafeteria? Good food advocates would like to see mandatory funding for Farm to School programs.

August 2009
A Conversation with Loretta LaRoche

A Conversation with Loretta LaRoche

Loretta LaRoche, author, speaker and corporate stress management consultant, was the winner of the 2007 National Humor Treasure award. Her seven books reflect the lighter side of her life philosophy.

August 2009
Calming Anxious Lives

Calming Anxious Lives

A culture of hyper-parenting has emerged, in which kids are overscheduled and academically overloaded, and adult role models are more stressed than ever. Learn about ways to reduce your child's anxiety.

August 2009
Polite Leash Walking

Polite Leash Walking

A dog pulling on a leash is a common, but curable problem. You can teach your dog how to walk politely on a leash, using firm, positive approaches.

August 2009
Forgiveness

Forgiveness

Forgiveness, the antidote to taking offense, isn’t easy; self-sacrifice is involved. But it carries a lighter price tag than nursing a feud or holding a grudge.

August 2009
Green School Supplies

Green School Supplies

Billions of dollars are spent each year on school supplies for children, which impacts our environment greatly. Here are some things to remember when it comes to being eco-conscious with these purchases.

August 2009
Healing Foods

Healing Foods

Eating strictly raw foods can be a difficult thing to do, but with a few simple tricks, we can conquer cooked-food cravings, as well as other common obstacles to a raw foods diet.

July 2009
A Conversation with Michael Pollan

A Conversation with Michael Pollan

Acclaimed author and journalist Michael Pollan argues that Americans eat too many “edible foodlike substances” and not enough real food. His best advice? “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

July 2009
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