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The Day We discovered Our Parents Were Russian Spies: For years Donald Heathfield, Tracey Foley and their two children lived the American dream. Then an FBI raid revealed the truth: they were agents of Putin’s Russia. Their sons tell their story

10 Social Apps Every Parent Should Know About by Megan Maas

10 Social Apps Every Parent Should Know About by Megan Maas

10 Social Apps Every Parent Should Know About by Megan Maas. This list allows parents or teachers to understand certain apps and what people use them for and the risks involved.

The Hardest Part About Growing Up As A Transracial Adoptee

The Hardest Part About Growing Up As A Transracial Adoptee

I was adopted from China as a baby by white parents in America. I have six great siblings and have loved all the fun that comes from growing up in a big.

Four babies hemorrhage after parents refuse vitamin K shot, a practice on the rise : Lifestyles

Four babies hemorrhage after parents refuse vitamin K shot, a practice on the rise : Stltoday

Whether your child’s struggle is temporary or longer lasting, the truth is that struggle is a part of life. It's how we all grow and mature.

5 Things To Do If Your Child Is Struggling

Whether your child’s struggle is temporary or longer lasting, the truth is that struggle is a part of life. It's how we all grow and mature.

For children growing up in poverty, the seeds of poor health in adulthood appear to be sown early. But a nurturing parent may be able to foster a child's resilience to such conditions as allergies, diabetes,  heart disease  and some cancers, says a new study.

Improved parenting may fortify low-income kids against poverty effects

For children growing up in poverty, the seeds of poor health in adulthood appear to be sown early. But a nurturing parent may be able to foster a child's resilience to such conditions as allergies, diabetes, heart disease and some cancers, says a new study.

Poverty Is Not a State of Mind / Poverty is a demanding, stressful, depressive and often violent state. No one seeks it; they are born or thrust into it. In poverty, the whole of your life becomes an exercise in coping and correcting, searching for a way up and out, while focusing today on filling the pots and the plates, maintaining a roof and some warmth, and dreading the new challenge tomorrow may bring.

Poverty Is Not a State of Mind

Reading Books Is Fundamental: a beautiful love letter to the practice of reading from NYT columnist Charles Blow.

An interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter, who says that the work of lead parents…

Anne-Marie Slaughter: Caring For Your Children is the Most Important Work You Could Do

An interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter, who says that the work of lead parents should be valued as an incredibly important investment in human capital.

What do you do when your 8-year old decides she no longer likes soccer halfway through the season? Do you ask her to stick it out so that she's not a quitter? Do you teach her to follow through with her commitments? Do you let her walk away?

Is a summer packed with science and sports camps, reading assignments and math practice the only responsible choice? Have you failed if your fifth grader i

A Crash Course On Vaccines, Autism, And The Studies That Have Been Done About Them | The Autism Site Blog

Vaccines Don't Cause Autism: Healthcare Triage---Great Video and true editorial.

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