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Today In History: Judy Blume

On this day in 1938, best-selling author Judy Blume, known for her children’s books and young-adult novels, including “Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing” and “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret,” is born in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

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Names Nobody Wants To Use For Their Children

Vintage names have been making a comeback…

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Is Your child’s Mouthwash Poisoning Them?

Mouthwashes and mouth rinses are meant to be spit out…

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Children’s Physical Activity Starts Declining At Age 7, U.K. Study Indicates

Children may develop couch potato ways as early as age seven, contrary to the widely held view that it starts in adolescence, according to a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.

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Unhealthy Food Ads Targeting Kids

Canadian kids and teens are bombarded by advertising for food and beverages in movies, video games, apps and social media — and that needs to stop, the Heart and Stroke Foundation says in a new report.

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Sorry, But Being A Mom-Mr. Mom Isn’t A Job – It’s Even Harder

I have an unpopular opinion that I’m going to share here with you guys today. And I sincerely hope that the people of the internet don’t gather with their pitch forks & torches.

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Paris Jackson Is Standing By Her Late Father

On Tuesday, Radar Online claimed that they had documents that listed items collected from Michael Jackson’s home dating back to a 2003 search in connection to his child molestation investigation.   “The documents exposed Jackson as a manipulative, drug-and-sex-crazed predator

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Why Children Are More Likely To Develop Food Allergies

Consumption of a normal diet stimulates cells in the gut that suppress rejection of food by the immune system. Knowing this could explain why children, who have more limited exposure to novel foods than adults, are more susceptible to food

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100% Actifs Summer Camp

  Photo Credit: youthstarsfoundation.org

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