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American Heart Association sets added sugar limit of six teaspoons per day for kids & ZERO for tots under age 2

American Heart Association sets added sugar limit of six teaspoons per day for kids & ZERO for tots under age 2

One of the many things to do on the list of being a parent is monitoring the amount of sugar your kids are consuming. And it’s a tricky task to keep track of: sugars are hidden just about

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Bitsies jewelry for kids teaches mini fashionistas how to be socially conscious consumers

Bitsies jewelry for kids teaches mini fashionistas how to be socially conscious consumers

My daughter loves draping herself in jewelry, but steering her away from most of the baubles that are geared towards kids (and often high in toxic chemicals like lead) means she raids my jewelry box

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Not having kids may be the best thing you can do for the environment

Not having kids may be the best thing you can do for the environment

Our mission at Inhabitots is to report on how to make more eco-friendly choices as a family — from how to stop using paper towels forever to doable and green family New Year’s resolutions.

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Women in Science book celebrates 50 fearless female pioneers who changed the world

Women in Science book celebrates 50 fearless female pioneers who changed the world

Encouraging girls and women to explore the world of STEM is a high priority in creating a gender equilibrium in this burgeoning field. A new book, Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the

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Baltimore school deals with conflict by sending kids to the Mindful Moment Room instead of the principal’s office

Baltimore school deals with conflict by sending kids to the Mindful Moment Room instead of the principal's office

What if elementary school kids began each day with a mindfulness breathing exercise, had the option of taking yoga classes, and were sent to a relaxing room to chill and re-center themselves instead of

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7 global trends in education we wish would make their way to U.S schools

7 global trends in education we wish would make their way to U.S schools

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Heroic man sets up makeshift school under a bridge in New Delhi to educate India’s underprivileged children

Heroic man sets up makeshift school under a bridge in New Delhi to educate India's underprivileged children

In many places throughout the world, going to school takes a backseat to more pressing necessities (such as helping parents farm, caring for young children in the home, and finding work at a very early

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Zika virus found to remain in sperm for six months — twice as long as previously thought

Zika virus found to remain in sperm for six months -- twice as long as previously thought

For those thinking about trying to have a baby but concerned about complications from Zika virus, you may have to postpone your plans even longer: the Zika virus was found in the sperm of an Italian man

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10 American moms who are competing for the Olympic gold in Rio

10 American moms who are competing for the Olympic gold in Rio

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8 healthy & delicious power breakfasts for kids

8 healthy & delicious power breakfasts for kids

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Fewer women in the U.S. are giving birth than ever before in recorded history

Fewer women in the U.S. are giving birth than ever before in recorded history

According to new CDC report, fewer women in the United States are giving birth than ever, and this dropping rate is likely due to personal choice, not infertility. In the first three months of 2016, the

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12 treehouses that give us major wanderlust

12 treehouses that give us major wanderlust

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Mom wins $16 million lawsuit after suing hospital for traumatic birth

Mom wins $16 million lawsuit after suing hospital for traumatic birth

Caroline Malatesta gave birth to three children in traditional hospital settings, but during her fourth pregnancy, she switched to Brookwood Medical Center in Birmingham, Alabama, which promised

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The Danish Way of Parenting reveals how the happiest people in the world raise their children

The Danish Way of Parenting reveals how the happiest people in the world raise their children

Denmark may be small, but its reputation for having some of the happiest people on the planet and its consistently high ranking for maternal and child health matters make this Scandinavian country an

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America’s bad report card: majority of states receive poor grades on their policies for parents

America's bad report card: majority of states receive poor grades on their policies for parents

Compared to virtually every other developed nation in the world, the United States lags behind with regard to family-friendly work/life policies. But how do the states measure up when examined against

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Dads: Your stress levels and mental health affect your child’s development

Dads: Your stress levels and mental health affect your child's development

Despite evolving parental roles, moms are often the primary subject of scientific studies designed to determine how kids are affected by a parent’s social, mental, financial, and physical health.

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Ping pong table doubles as a coffee table with a chalkboard surface

Ping pong table doubles as a coffee table with a chalkboard surface

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Why putting washing machines in schools is a surprisingly effective way to boost attendance

Why putting washing machines in schools is a surprisingly effective way to boost attendance

Spin, rinse, study? School absenteeism has officially become a widespread issue in education with 11% of elementary school children and 18% of high schoolers missing 15 days or more of school each year.

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