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Sometimes, we feel like the official parenting motto should be "I just can't win." Honestly, you let your children take the reins when it comes to deciding what they want to do, and you're a slacker destined to raise hellion teenagers. You try ...Being too over-protective of your kids could backfire, experts warn.
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"That kid has been out in the sun too long."You probably thought that about your teenage son or daughter before, but now there is science to back you up. ...Survey shows British teens are ignorant about sun safety.
Credit: Getty Images CHICAGO (AP) - Children on public insurance are being denied treatment by doctors at much higher rates than those with private coverage, according to an undercover study that had researchers pose as parents of sick ...Children on public insurance are being denied treatment by doctors at much higher rates than those with private coverage.
Kids only need two cups of milk and not a gallon! Credit: Getty Images "Fresh, wholesome milk ... Vitamin D, calcium, essential for good strong bones and healthy teeth. But that's all Greek to you, isn't it, Mr. Gingivitis?" -- Sgt. ...Researchers strike a balance between getting enough Vitamin D without risking iron deficiency.
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By Dr. Robert TozziParents, trainers, coaches and athletes emulate many of our high-profile professional athletes. Unfortunately, more harm than good can come from most of these attempts. In my last column, ...Companies claim genetic testing can help determine what sports may be best for their child.
Dr. Phil reveals the best plan of action for dealing with cyber-bullies. if(typeof ...Dr. Phil reveals the best plan of action for dealing with cyber-bullies.
Watch Videos Related to Sunscreen UVA RatingsDevon Garrison plays in the pool at the clubhouse of his sub-division in Montgomery, Ala., Tuesday, June 14, 2011. Garrison wears sunscreen with an SPF factor of 100. Credit: ...Under new rules published Tuesday, sunscreen will also have to protect against the more penetrating ultraviolet A rays associated with skin cancer.
There's nothing more irritating than a skin rash to set your summer activities back. Poison Ivy is among the most common skin rashes to get while playing outside during the summer. Watch this video on how to get rid of the plants in your yard and how ...There's nothing more irritating than poison ivy to set your summer activities back.