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3 Jan

As we usher in a new year, it’s time to replenish your child’s book shelves. Let’s face it, even they’re growing tired of the same stories. In need of a couple suggestions? Give these reads by local authors a try. My Life as a Shipping Container by Brian Crosby (Smashwords, 2016) is an adorable look Continue Reading

Ingredients to Look for in Kids Skincare Products that Work and What to Avoid

14 Nov

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Wing It

22 Aug

August is full of offbeat holidays that put the emphasis on kindness (Global Forgiveness Day and Just Because Day both fall on the 27th), but we’re particularly digging Be an Angel Day, which is celebrated on August 22. What a simple, sweet and fun way to remind your children about the importance of doing something Continue Reading

Tips for Students with Disabilities Who Are Heading to College

15 Aug

Back to school time is just around the corner, which means that it is the perfect time to start preparing for what’s ahead! Check out the following tips to make the transition to college seamless for students with disabilities.   Determine if college is the best option for you. Sometimes, traditional 4-year college is perceived Continue Reading

7 Father’s Day Tips to Regain or Maintain Your Hero Status

13 Jun

By Thomas Gagliano When my son was nine, we were watching a baseball game together on television. As the camera panned over the cheering fans, he asked me why the kids in the stands were so excited. I said that the players are heroes to those kids. I suggested that someday one of those players Continue Reading

Restaurant Renovations

4 May

If it feels like some of the eateries your family frequents are getting at least a little bit healthier with their kids’ options, you’re not imagining things – they are! A recent study found that restaurants are cutting down on calories in their children’s meals and offering veggies and fruit more often as a side Continue Reading

Fever Frenzy

3 May

If someone asks you to define a fever, the answer is more complex than you think. Boston Children’s Hospital is trying to get to the root of it with the Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator (IDHA), which includes the new Feverprints ResearchKit app for the iPhone. “Many factors come together to set an individual’s ‘normal’ Continue Reading

Attacking Asthma

1 Feb

With the help of asthma specialists from Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital, a new app called Wizdy Pets is teaching children with the condition how to best care for themselves through game play. The experts helped provide education for kids on inhaler technique and timing, trigger identification and avoidance, and symptom recognition and Continue Reading

Smart Cents

25 Jan

It’s never too early to teach your kids money smarts. In fact, Steven B. Smith, whose company developed the budgeting app Mvelopes, has suggestions on how you can make your kids understand the value of a dollar as young as 4 years old. “Label three jars or envelopes as Give, Save and Spend,” he says. Continue Reading

77,000,000 Christmas Trees Planted Each Year

18 Dec

It’s almost hard for us to believe, but 77 million Christmas trees are planted each year. It takes anywhere from six to eight years for each one to mature. Best-sellers include the Douglas fir, Fraser fir, balsam fir, white pine and Scotch pine. One more fun fact – the tallest living Christmas tree is a Continue Reading