Archive | May, 2014

Strep Throat Symptoms & Treatment

31 May

Your child has been complaining about a sore throat and has a fever, and you’ve been wondering, “Does my child have strep throat?” We asked Brenda Anders Pring, M.D., a pediatrician at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates’ Copley practice, to tell us the differences between strep throat and a sore throat, what the symptoms of strep Continue Reading

Do Violent Video Games Cause Depression?

28 May

A new study indicates that playing violent video games daily may be linked to depression in young adolescents. While other studies have linked violent video game exposure to aggression, this is the first study tying video games to depression. Researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston looked at 5,147 fifth-grade students Continue Reading

Children’s Craft Storage Ideas

25 May

When your kids love to create their next best idea, it’s exciting to watch their imaginations run wild. It’s not so exciting to find a place for every crayon, glue stick, and jar of glitter that comes along with that imagination.  Here are some easy storage ideas for all of their craft supplies. * For Continue Reading

How to Help Your Child with Public Speaking

21 May

By Jennifer Hanrahan Public speaking is the No. 1 fear of many people. It can be intimidating standing up in front of a group of people who are focusing just on you. When your kid stresses over giving a presentation in class or a speech, try a few of these techniques to help calm his Continue Reading

Streaming Kidnap (2017) English Subtitle HD-1080p

17 May

Kidnap (2017) Free Latest Films, Full Movie Online Streaming Free, Free Movies Streaming, English Subtitles Full HD. Kidnap (2017) HD [1080p] Director : Luis Prieto Release : August 04, 2017 Production Company : Lotus Entertainment (I), Rumble Entertainment, 606 Films, Ingenious Media, Gold Star Films, Di Bonaventura Pictures, Well Go USA Entertainment Language : en Continue Reading

The Value of Empowering Youth with ADHD

13 May

Empowerment involves helping someone help him or herself. In the context of coaching youth, empowerment is a process of helping the young person identify and apply skills, strengths, and resources to achieving goals. Unlike enabling, which fosters dependence and low self-esteem, empowerment fosters independence and self-confidence. Empowerment might be likened to the second half of the Continue Reading

Be Respectful When Flying with Kids

10 May

Everyone remembers that plane flight with a crying baby nearby. One business traveler on a nine-hour flight from New York to Paris reported that there were crying babies in every direction. It was a horrible experience, and most travelers have similar stories. So what can parents do to show respect for those seated nearby? Make Continue Reading

Want Teens to Avoid Texting and Driving? There’s an App!

7 May

When teenagers begin their adventures on the road, the last thing you want is for them to be distracted while driving. A few years ago, the main worries for parents were teens playing their music too loud or being distracted by their friends in the car. While these are still real risks, there is a Continue Reading

Fantasy Camp

7 May

By Carol Band My son Lewis has been begging… begging to go to Space Camp. “You get to experience weightlessness,” he says, clicking through the slick-looking Space Camp Web site. “I’ve always wanted to be weightless.” This from a kid who weighs 85 pounds. Space camp is in Alabama … in July. And, it’s indoors, Continue Reading

How to Brush A Young Child’s Teeth

7 May

By Mary Alice Cookson Parents should brush their kids’ teeth twice daily for the first seven years of life, says Arnold Weiss, D.D.S., of The Center for Pediatric Dental Care in Brookline and a member of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry’s Council on Clinical Affairs. As children grow, they can assume more responsibility, but Continue Reading