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Archive of: Feature and Healthy Kids and NAPC

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Yay for Play

Yay for Play

Creativity can be not only nurtured, but taught. When children engage in imaginary play and exploration, they build thinking skills, patience and resiliency.

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Mom’s Kitchen Counter Cooking School

Mom’s Kitchen Counter Cooking School

Cooking is a skill passed along from mother to child, which is why it’s important to spend time in the kitchen teaching our children how to measure, pour and stir.

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Dad Matters

Dad Matters

When a dad is highly involved, the kids turn out to be smarter, more motivated and successful plus less likely to get into trouble.

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Seniors, Teens and Tykes

Seniors, Teens and Tykes

Booming numbers of both seniors and youngsters offer new opportunities for the two generations to learn from each other.

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A Greener Shade of Youth

A Greener Shade of Youth

As the planet warms up, teens and young adults are markedly more concerned about the environment and are educating themselves as they take action.

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Nighttime Parenting

Nighttime Parenting

Up to 70 percent of American children have problems sleeping at night, but some simple steps help them get more shut-eye.

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Mindful Minutes for Little Ones

Mindful Minutes for Little Ones

It may not look exactly like mom and dad’s yoga, but today’s hyper-scheduled kids love a chance to breathe deep and stretch.

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Treating Autism Naturally

Treating Autism Naturally

When we view a child’s autism as a condition that can change for the better, avenues of natural healing open up.

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Generous Pint-Sized Givers

Generous Pint-Sized Givers

Walking children through the process of being helpful to others can instill lifelong habits of altruism.

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What’s Your Child’s EQ?

What’s Your Child’s EQ?

By listening closely to our children and validating their emotions, we can empower them to better handle tough situations, sometimes all on their own.

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