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5 Travel Safety Tips for Families

  The holidays are here, which for many people means it’s time to travel to visit distant family members, or simply enjoy a much-needed family vacation. Preparing to travel together as a family can be extremely stress-inducing – packing up the car, making snacks, and planning activities are just some of the things on your trip to-do […]

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4 Warning Signs Your Child May Be Using Inhalant Drugs

Inhalant drugs are dangerous chemicals you cannot see. They are harmful vapors emitted from products such as glue, paint, gasoline, polish for shoes, and fluid from lighters. These drugs are mostly used by children who are 12 to 15 years old and new to inhalant drugs. Children who are between the ages of 16 and […]

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Tips to Keep Kids Safe While Trick or Treating

  Halloween is supposed to be a fun time for kids, when they get to dress up, go trick or treating, receive candy and simply enjoy themselves. However, the world is growing increasingly dangerous. As a result many parents need to worry about ensuring the safety of their children on a night that should be all […]

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It’s As Easy as Riding a Bike – Why It’s Good to Teach Your Child to Ride a Bike

Most kids want to learn to ride a bike, and it’s an easy way to get them into the fresh air and exercising, but could it have more than the obvious benefits? Cycling will help your child develop their leg muscles and strengthen their bones. The continued exercise will help build their stamina and improve […]

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When to Leave Your Teen Alone

Raising teenagers can be a terrifying experience. Often there are no easy answers, and every parent has a different struggle with their teen. However, every teen is going through the same changes. This is the time when they begin their transition into adulthood. They are striving to discover who they are, independently of their families, […]

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Have You Had ‘The Talk’ with Your Teen: Security in a Digital Age

Parents, it’s time to have “the talk” with your teen. No, not the conversation about the birds and the bees, the social media talk. The 2015 Social Media & Technology Overview from Pew Research shows 92 percent of teens go online daily, with most teens going online multiple times each day. So, how can you […]

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Keeping Your Teen Safe: Parties

When it comes to raising teenagers, parents can go through a difficult time in worrying about where they are and what they are doing. The majority of teens will go to parties, feeling like they are adults and able to handle any situation that may occur. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Due to the […]

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