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Child Development (INACTIVE)

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  • Safety tips

    Safety tips
    The story was chilling: An intruder fatally shot an Ohio woman in her home and fled with her 4-year-old son, abandoning him at a highway rest stop where he was found wandering. But aided by a pair of good Samaritans, the boy was able to tell what...
  • Tots' Brains Speed Language Learning

    Tots' Brains Speed Language Learning
    Anyone who's seen a toddler "at work" can tell that her learning style is a study in chaos. She moves from banging pots to tormenting the cat to demanding food to bursting into tears when she can't open the back door and hurdle off the deck - all in the...
  • 1000 Plus Free Classes

    At San Diego Continuing Education there are ways you can learn and save money "If i had to pay in order to be here, I wouldn't be able to be here," said Adel Stamps. 29 year old Adel Stamps was laid off two years ago and since -- is back in school to...
  • LOS ANGELES BABY & KIDS EXPO

    Gayle Anderson was live with a preview of the LOS ANGELES BABY & KIDS EXPO. The second Los Angeles Baby & Kids Expo (LABKE) is Saturday, January 30th and Sunday, January 31st and the event has moved to the the Pasadena Convention Center. The first LA show...
  • Women fight AIDS

    Women fight AIDS
    Almost 20 years ago Julia Llorent went to get a pregnancy test. It was positive. Then she took an HIV test. It was positive. Her husband had already taken a test. It, too, was positive. In just months, Llorent became the mother of a baby boy. A few years...
  • Job stress and unemployment take a toll on spouses, children

    Job stress and unemployment take a toll on spouses, children
    They say money can't buy happiness. But financial strain can certainly help undo a relationship and family. Seventy percent of Americans said they had so much debt it contributed to distress in their home lives. (Source: 2004 book "The Two-Income Trap)...
  • Saturday, March 20: North Valley Caring Services hosts 6th Annual Bike-a-Thon

    North Valley Caring Services (NVCS) will hold its 6th Annual Bike-a-Thon to raise funds for its many worthwhile programs. The event will begin at 8:00am at the NVCS location, 15453 Rayen St. in North Hills. The Bike-a-Thon route will cover North Hills...
  • Manage stress during pregnancy for baby's health

    Manage stress during pregnancy for baby's health
    Most women wouldn't dream of smoking a pack of cigarettes or drinking a few martinis while pregnant. Public service efforts over the last few decades have reached the masses, educating would-be parents on the dangerous effects of certain lifestyle...
  • Bickering, bloodsport of siblings

    There's a reason the Felicity Huffman character on ABC's hit show "Desperate Housewives" has resonated with viewers, no doubt a good many of them parents. She's the one who went from high-powered career woman to stay-at-home mom with four kids, three of...
  • Study links child care to behavior problems

    The more time toddlers spend in child care, the more likely they are to display behavior problems in kindergarten, according to the results of the largest and most authoritative long-term study of child care in the United States. That was true regardless...
  • Boys or Girls -- Pick Your Victim

    A new Duke University study on child well-being says one thing, but the university's press release and subsequent news articles say quite another. Because the study has the potential to shape the way things are done in classrooms — and, ultimately,...