Cheat Sheet: Ultimate Holiday Wish List, Diabetes Awareness Month and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

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"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" -- the beginning of the end is here.
Your children are likely to be very excited (hey, we are, too) about the release of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part " this weekend. Some of the scenes and themes might be a bit dark for young viewers, so think carefully about whether you take your children. If you're not sure how dark see some sneak pics from the movie (with over 80 pics there are definitely some spoilers in there) and watch the trailers.

Tis the season ... to make a wish list.
There's only a week until Thanksgiving, insert groan here, we don't know how it crept up this year, but in the spirit of the holiday season, AOL Kids is building an Ultimate Holiday Wish List and they need your children's help. After weeding through thousands of entries and comments, they have picked the top 30 items and need to narrow the list down to 12 final items. So have your kids hop over to the site and vote on their top five items.

Did you know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month? Diabetes causes more deaths a year than breast cancer and AIDS combined. After being diagnosed with diabetes several years ago, Nick Jonas has been very involved in raising awareness for the disease. See how he copes with the disease as well as get even more information on diabetes, and what you can do to help loved ones who suffer from it , on Cambio.com.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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