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10 ways to raise your son to be an advocate for gender equality

10 ways to raise your son to be an advocate for gender equality

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HOW TO: Make organic apple cider served in apple cups

HOW TO: Make organic apple cider served in apple cups

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play:groundNYC is an adventure playground where kids can take risks & explore the world

play:groundNYC is an adventure playground where kids can take risks & explore the world

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13 year-old genius invents clean energy harvesting device for less than fifteen dollars

13 year-old genius invents clean energy harvesting device for less than fifteen dollars

Thirteen year-old Max Loughan admires Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, yet we wouldn’t be surprised if one day he is famous for being an inventive genius in his own right. Max and his twin brother

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iPads are as effective as drugs in calming children before surgery, so should we be sedating kids with them in daily life?

iPads are as effective as drugs in calming children before surgery, so should we be sedating kids with them in daily life?

When a child has surgery, their doctor will often give them a sedative to help calm their nerves beforehand. However, new research shows that a dose of screen time may be the safer, drug-free option. The

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Puzzlehead is both a brainteaser and a construction toy for all ages

Puzzlehead is both a brainteaser and a construction toy for all ages

Some games and puzzles only apply to one age group, but Puzzlehead is a puzzling brainteaser, puzzle and construction toy all-in-one that youngsters and parents alike will enjoy. Inspired by the creative

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Illustoria: a new print magazine for creative kids and their grown-ups features DIY culture, art & visual storytelling

Illustoria: a new print magazine for creative kids and their grown-ups features DIY culture, art & visual storytelling

Ask a child what he or she wants to be when they grow up, and you’ll often get a reply that reflects the world he or she sees regularly in real life or in the media: a doctor, a policeperson, a

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Reusable juice boxes eliminate waste in lunch boxes and landfills

Reusable juice boxes eliminate waste in lunch boxes and landfills

Juice cartons are easy to toss into your child’s lunch or pack up for a trip to the park. Plus, the good news is, most are recyclable, and the paper fiber contained within said cartons is actually

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14 year-old transforms a 1974 Wilderness camper into a dreamy ‘glamper’

14 year-old transforms a 1974 Wilderness camper into a dreamy 'glamper'

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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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Parents build their baby an ingenious wheelchair after she is paralyzed by cancer

Parents build their baby an ingenious wheelchair after she is paralyzed by cancer

Evelyn Moore is only 13 months-old, yet she has endured more in her short life than most ever will. Diagnosed with a stage 4 neuroblastoma tumor on her spine at four months-old, Evelyn went through eight

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8 healthy & delicious power breakfasts for kids

8 healthy & delicious power breakfasts for kids

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How to bring the great outdoors to urban and apartment-bound kids

How to bring the great outdoors to urban and apartment-bound kids

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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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12 sets of cheerful (and free!) printable lunchbox notes to brighten your kid’s school day

12 sets of cheerful (and free!) printable lunchbox notes to brighten your kid's school day

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Wild Walk is a trail across the treetops that gives you a towering perspective of the Adirondack Forest

Wild Walk is a trail across the treetops that gives you a towering perspective of the Adirondack Forest

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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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