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    Grilling Safety Tips

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014

    Warm weather and a holiday weekend means the smell of outdoor grills are filling your neighborhood. Follow these tips to make sure your recipe for a safe cookout is as unbeatable as your marinade recipe. Prepare Your Grill And Choose A Safe Location Clean your grill regularly. Grease buildup can cause a fire, and your […]

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    Summer Travel Is Here: Tips To Play Educational Games

    Monday, July 21, 2014

    Whether or not your family’s summer vacation plans involve travel—by car, plane, boat or train—these 5 easy tips will help you make the most of your vacation time with your kids, while creating fun experiences that encourage reading and learning.Late Night Parents &  Hooked On Phonics (www.HookedOnPhonics.com) put these tips together for parents and kids […]

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    TeenSafe helps you Supervise Social Media Activity and Texts

    Monday, July 21, 2014

    TeenSafe, creator of an advanced iPhone and Android monitoring software, announced today the importance for parents across the nation to become aware of their children’s social lives, teaching them responsibility and potential dangers around sexual communication on their smartphones. Developed to give parents a window into their child’s life, TeenSafe allows parents the ability to […]

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Jul
24

Sociodemographic differences found in how parents cope with children’s oral clefts

Cleft lip and/or palate occurs in about 1 in 600 births worldwide. These children often encounter difficulties in feeding, hearing, breathing, or speaking and may be affected psychologically as well. How the child copes with these complications can be influenced by how the parent copes. The Cleft Palate–Craniofacial Journal relates an “Examination of Mental Health […]

Jul
23

The Science behind a Happy Relationship

The Science behind a Happy Relationship

fancy
Jul
22

7 Ways for Dads to Connect with Teens During the “Other Terrible Toos”

As your child becomes a teenager, the Other Terrible Toos can become routine: “No, that costs TOO much money.” “That’s TOO loud. Turn down the music.” “Those pants are TOO loose on you. Pull them up.” “You spend TOO much time texting.” “Is it TOO hard for you to put your dirty clothes in the […]

Grilling-
Jul
22

Grilling Safety Tips

Warm weather and a holiday weekend means the smell of outdoor grills are filling your neighborhood. Follow these tips to make sure your recipe for a safe cookout is as unbeatable as your marinade recipe. Prepare Your Grill And Choose A Safe Location Clean your grill regularly. Grease buildup can cause a fire, and your […]

neems
Jul
21

Dads Are the First Mentors of Responsibility

I cannot think of my dad without thinking of all the lessons he taught me. The biggest lesson was that of being responsible. His quips about the early bird getting the worm, and the importance of being responsible for your family and yourself are woven into my work ethic. Teaching our children to be responsible […]

nyla
Jul
21

Summer Travel Is Here: Tips To Play Educational Games

Whether or not your family’s summer vacation plans involve travel—by car, plane, boat or train—these 5 easy tips will help you make the most of your vacation time with your kids, while creating fun experiences that encourage reading and learning.Late Night Parents &  Hooked On Phonics (www.HookedOnPhonics.com) put these tips together for parents and kids […]