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The Next Wave of Recess Renaissance

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Adaptive Playgrounds and Physical Education Programs Help Special Needs Students Be Their Best Selves... Read full article

Why is My Baby Underweight?

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Is your baby underweight? Poor growth development and malnourishment are common symptoms of infant lip and tongue-tie conditions. Learn more about these infant health issues today.... Read full article

Improving Your Baby’s Quality of Life with Lip and Tongue-Tie Treatment

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Infants struggling with breastfeeding can be a sign of lip and tongue-tie conditions. Parents can overlook these oral issues which result in future complications. Fortunately, CO2 laser treatment is the best method for correcting these conditions.... Read full article

Farm Stands in Massachusetts

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One of the best parts of summer is eating fresh fruit and vegetables from local farms. Check out the list below for local Massachusetts farm stands near you. ... Read full article

Teaching Empathy to Children

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And why it matters!... Read full article

How to Teach Kids to Tie Shoes

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Teaching your child to tie their shoes can be a difficult process for both of you. Take a look at our fun and easy methods and tips below for helping your child learn how to tie her shoes.... Read full article

Simplicity Parenting – What It is and Why More Parents Are Changing the Way They Raise Their Kids

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Fast-paced lives, too many clothes, toys and gadgets, over-scheduled days – Kim John Payne, the founder of the Simplicity Parenting movement, says all of these have contributed to kids under too much pressure. Here's a look at his recipe for change.... Read full article

Ban on Birthday Sweets at School

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More Massachusetts schools are adopting bans on birthday party treats, in response to the childhood obesity epidemic, an increase in allergies and also to cut back on disruptions in the classroom.... Read full article

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