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Bonding With Kids on Mother’s Day

  May has just begun and Mother’s Day is already this weekend! What a great  opportunity to “check in” with the kids in your life – whether you work with them or have them – and enjoy some creative play together. According to various studies, mothers’ time spent with children benefits youngsters in numerous ways–from […]

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Aging baby boomers may be creating a growth industry even as they exit the workforce Who will be there to provide in-home care?  In-home senior care, which some say is a recession-proof industry, has been Frieda Winn’s profession for 30 years. “I enjoy it,” the certified nursing assistant from Vallejo said. “I enjoy meeting different […]

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  by Richard Knox March 1, 2010 When adolescence hit Frances Jensen’s sons, she often found herself wondering, like all parents of teenagers, “What were you thinking?” “It’s a resounding mantra of parents and teachers,” says Jensen, who’s a pediatric neurologist at Children’s Hospital in Boston. Like when son number one, Andrew, turned 16, dyed […]

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A parent’s influence on a child’s development shouldn’t be underestimated, neither should a sibling’s   CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — What we learn from our siblings when we grow up has – for better or for worse – a considerable influence on our social and emotional development as adults, according to an expert in sibling, parent-child and […]

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Some Moms Of Autistic Kids Prone To Depression.

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