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New babies mean less sleep. Here, our Pure Guesswork columnist Steve Calechman proposes some inventions he'd like to see created to help parents and their infants get more shut-eye.
Published: 07/20/2012 by Janine DeFao in Behavior
Feeling anxious or worried is a normal part of childhood. But some kids have trouble getting beyond that worry and develop an anxiety disorder, in which worry and fear become persistent and disruptive. Here's how to spot it and what to do.
Caught up in the Olympic spirit, we decided to make our readers work for the prize this month. Find the six torches hidden in our August magazine and you could win tickets to the 2012 Kellogg’s Tour of Gymnastics Champions at Boston’s TD Garden.
Published: 06/24/2012 by Susan Flynn in Eating & Nutrition
Jared Huizenga, president of the New England Barbecue Society, shares cooking tips to help improve your backyard cookouts.
Published: 06/24/2012 by Lisa Armony in Family Entertainment
Few activities make kids happier than a plunge into the pool. Learn tips on how to keep all your guests safe as they splash around with their friends.
A decline in the vaccination rate, coupled with a resurgence of measles abroad could spell trouble for American families who haven't had their children immunized for measles. The disease, once thought eradicated, seems to be making a comeback.
Published: 06/21/2012 by Steve Calechman in Family Entertainment
Home birthday parties require games and activities to keep your party guests happy and engaged. Here, from some experts in the field of keeping kids busy – camp directors – are some great new ideas for games, art activities and even quieter pursuits.