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Stronger laws don’t mean all toys are lead free. Flu etiquette : stay home, please. Setting up for safely decking your halls, decorating your tree. Is your pet overweight? How to be a good cyber parent.
“No texting at the dinner table!” Why does your dog overeat? NYTimes interactive health care debate. Momversation: Are private schools worth it? For foodies: EpiCute, the cute food blog.
Consider punishing your children… with love. How unhealthy are pets at your local pet store? Most parents aren’t giving their kids the H1N1 flu shot. Hazing: not just a problem for boys. And for laughs, you should follow @sh*tmydadsays on Twitter.
October arrival for H1N1 nasal spray vaccine. Friends making you fat? Companions’ behavior influences us heavily, scientists say. Sprinkler rule could make new homes safer, pricier. El Nino may hold ultimate responsibility for light hurricane season. Pets have carbon footprint to. How to reduce it.
Explaining 9/11 to a Muslim child. The myth of the overscheduled child. Firefighters now carrying oxygen masks for pets. Do parents set a poor example of driving for their kids? Yep. Avoid injury as a high school athlete.
Fire fighter’s Gaining Ground in Massive LA Blaze. Despite Laws, Toys with Lead Paint still Clutter Shelves. Mexico Escapes Brunt of Hurricane Jimena. How do you Keep a Pet Safe in an Emergency? Plan Ahead. Quadriplegic Woman Circumnavigates Britain.
NYTimes reviews three phones for young texters. Like, really young. When parents should butt into kid’s battles. Everything I know about parenting I learned from Harry Potter. (Half-Blood Prince spoiler warning!) New hurricane in town? Meet tropical storm Dave. Pilots are trying to save the lives of 5,000 unwanted pets.
There’s growing concern that swine flu (a.k.a. H1N1) could return with a vengeance this fall, and drug companies are scrambling to prepare a vaccine. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) claims there will ultimately be enough vaccine for everyone who wants it, although if initial shortages exist, pregnant women, children under 6 months, health care… Read more »
10 safest rides for your pet pal. Don’t mess with Hurricane Bill—keeping tabs on the latest storm. Who’s afraid of swine flu? Not America. Flint, MI septuagenarian running strong. Common ground remaining elusive for proposed health care reforms.