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Child Development (INACTIVE)

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  • Disease-causing pathogens at McDonald's, other fast food playgrounds [Updated]

     
    Playlands at McDonald's and Burger Kings are unclean, says Arizona professor...
  • Theater review: ‘The Mommies — A Musical Blog’

     
    Most everyone thinks his or her mother is unique. Whether the best, craziest, most aggravating or most loving, Mom is usually in a class all her own. That works against the latest musical from Jeanie Linders, creator of the phenomenon “Menopause:...
  • How can I find parenting information on the Internet?

     
    Q: I am the mother of a 6-month-old baby. I constantly check the Internet for parenting tips and am overwhelmed by the thousands of links. There is so much I don’t know. How do I know which are the best resources that will help me be a better...
  • My son isn't getting much playing time on his team

     
    Q: My 9-year-old son plays in a youth baseball league. He and I are getting upset because he is not getting a lot of playing time. I want to talk to the coach and help my son feel better about playing. How can I handle this? A: First check the rules of...
  • Study shows religious donors don’t support religious charities

     
    A recent study shows only a minority of religious donors support specifically religious work through non-profit organizations. The study also shows blacks are twice as likely as whites to support higher education.  And the causes people choose to...
  • New report: Turn off the TV

     
    How much TV do your toddlers watch? A new report suggests that by the time they're in fourth grade, kids who watch a lot of TV at age 2 1/2 have more problems at school and are more likely to be overweight, drinking sodas and not exercising. In a study...
  • Budget Struggle Continues at State Capitol

    Budget Struggle Continues at State Capitol
    Nearly a quarter of the way through California's fiscal year, legislative leaders and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger still were struggling Monday to end the state's record budget impasse and make long-term reforms. Lawmakers reported progress after 90...
  • Can you be too sexy for certain situations?

    Can you be too sexy for certain situations?
    Too hot for a locker room chat? Too flirty to fly? While most of us will shuffle off this mortal coil without suffering from this kind of discrimination, a certain aesthetically pleasing subset of society is forced to suffer the slings and arrows of being...
  • In Theory

    It's the 21st century. Gone are the days of teachers wielding rulers and wooden paddles in order to discipline misbehaving students. Or are they? A man in Dallas is pushing the local school district to bring back corporal punishment. A former tutor in the...
  • How Day Care Effects Kids

    How Day Care Effects Kids
    Since its inception in 1991, the largest and longest-running study of American child-care has generated plenty of controversial — and to many working parents, infuriating — conclusions about the effects on kids of early care outside the...
  • Learning to speak in new tongues

    La Caņada-based Gift of Language founder and program director Farah Hussein speaks three languages. She hopes her daughters, Alysa, 6, and Iman, 4, follow in her footsteps and become more than bilingual. Hussein began looking for enrichment classes three...
  • Poorer are More Obese, Study Finds

    Poorer are More Obese, Study Finds
    The smaller the paycheck, the bigger the belly, say many researchers who study poverty and obesity. It might seem like a paradox, but not having enough money for food doesn't mean the poor are skinny. The opposite appears to be true: The lower-income are...