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Thank Your Child's Educator During Teacher Appreciation Week

Thank Your Child's Educator During Teacher Appreciation Week

During Teacher Appreciation Week in May, show your child's educator he or she is appreciated and also teach your child the importance of showing gratitude and appreciation to people who care about them.

Girl Scouts Survey Uncovers Lack of Financial Confidence in Girls

Girl Scouts Survey Uncovers Lack of Financial Confidence in Girls

A Girl Scouts survey reveals the lack of confidence girls have when it comes to finances, though the survey also uncovered that girls understand the importance of being financially literate and stable.

Autism Awareness Month: Autism Statistics & How You Can Help

Autism Awareness Month: Autism Statistics & How You Can Help

Autism Speaks is the world's leading autism and science organization and it lights the way to make this April's Autism Awareness month better than ever. Learn autism statistics and how you can help increase awareness of this growing disorder.

Celebrate World Book Day April 23

Celebrate World Book Day April 23

Celebrate World Book Day on April 23 by reading with your children with a new collection of children's books that you can win from Tidy Bookcases and Usborne Books & More.

Movement to Prevent Hearing Loss in Teens Gains Momentum

Movement to Prevent Hearing Loss in Teens Gains Momentum

Starkey Hearing Foundation's Listen Carefully program, which educates teens about the dangers of listening to music too loudly and aims to prevent teen hearing loss, has gained momentum.

Participate in Screen-Free Week as a Family

Participate in Screen-Free Week as a Family

Take a step back and assess your family's technology use and take on the screen-free week challenge by turning off your TVs and iPhones to spend more time outdoors and increase quality family time.

The Importance of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

The Importance of Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day

The annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day presents an opportunity for more than just schmoozing by the water cooler—it can help expand your child’s horizons.

Speak Up for Kids Campaign to Help Banish Stigma of Mental Health Care

Speak Up for Kids Campaign to Help Banish Stigma of Mental Health Care

The Speak Up for Kids campaign, started by the Child Mind Institute, aims to banish the persistent stigma around mental health care, especially among children. Here is how you can get involved in Speak Up for Kids.

How Will The Affordable Care Act Affect People with Disabilities?

How Will The Affordable Care Act Affect People with Disabilities?

With the Affordable Care Act, also known as "Obamacare," implemented under President Barack Obama, here is how these changes to the nation's health care plan will affect families and people with special needs and disabilities.

NYMetroParents Receives 15 Excellence Awards from Parenting Media Association

NYMetroParents Receives 15 Excellence Awards from Parenting Media Association

Parenting Media Association (PMA) recognized NYMetroParents with 15 awards for editorial and design excellence at its 2012 awards banquet in Atlanta. This is a record-high number of PMA awards for NYMetroParents.

Black Rock Forest Consortium Announces Summer Science Program

Black Rock Forest Consortium Announces Summer Science Program

If your child loves science, Black Rock Forest Consortium may have just the summer camp you're looking for. Now offering 18 different science camps to choose from, Black Rock Forest aims to advance scientific understanding through research, education, and conservation programs for tweens and teens.

City Mouse, Country Mouse: Where Does Your Family Call Home?

City Mouse, Country Mouse: Where Does Your Family Call Home?

In the debate of raising your kids in the city versus raising your kids in the suburbs, the most important thing to consider is what's best for your family. A Manhattan mother discusses the benefits of both, and what you should consider before moving to the 'burbs.

Turf Wars: The City Vs. Suburbs Debate on the Blogosphere

Turf Wars: The City Vs. Suburbs Debate on the Blogosphere

Wee Westchester's "Westchester vs. Brooklyn" post caused a ruckus on the parenting blogosphere. Here's a sampling of the arguments for raising your kids in the city versus raising your kids in the suburbs.

Cyclists Will Ride 400 Miles to Capitol for Gun Safety in Honor of Sandy Hook

Cyclists Will Ride 400 Miles to Capitol for Gun Safety in Honor of Sandy Hook

A team of 26 cyclists will set off to ride 400 miles in four days on March 9 from Newtown, Connecticut to the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. to raise awareness about the need for gun safety legislation in light of the Sandy Hook Elementary School tragedy.

Most Accommodating Restaurants for People with Food Allergies

Most Accommodating Restaurants for People with Food Allergies

People with special dietary restrictions can take note of these U.S. restaurant chains that have been ranked by the food allergy community as most accommodating when it comes to preparing menu items with certain allergies in mind.

FLOTUS: New Grant Opportunity to Get Obesity-Fighting Programs into More Schools

FLOTUS: New Grant Opportunity to Get Obesity-Fighting Programs into More Schools

FLOTUS Michelle Obama announces new school grant opportunities that would allow the schools to implement innovative programs that target childhood obesity, including NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center's CHALK/Just Move program.

'Take Your Place' to End Hunger in America

'Take Your Place' to End Hunger in America

The Take Your Place campaign launches nationwide March 1 to provide actions people can take on a national and local level to help end hunger and food insecurity in America. Through the campaign, you're just a click away from making a difference.

Michelle Obama Shares Nutrition Changes She Made for the Family on SiriusXM Radio

Michelle Obama Shares Nutrition Changes She Made for the Family on SiriusXM Radio

In an interview with Michelle Obama on SiriusXM that aired on Feb. 26, FLOTUS discusses the diet changes she had to make as a busy, working mother and also shares updates on the "Let's Move" campaign to fight childhood obesity.

Four Local Women Reflect on Their Relationships with Their Mothers

Four Local Women Reflect on Their Relationships with Their Mothers

In an interview with the authors of "Still Here Thinking of You: A Second Chance with Our Mothers," four women explore their relationships with their mothers, their relationships with their own children, and the lessons they learned.

Meet the Authors of 'Still Here Thinking of You'

Meet the Authors of 'Still Here Thinking of You'

Four Westchester women, Joan Potter, Vicki Addesso, Susan Hodara, and Lori Toppel, wrote a book about their relationships with their mothers. The result: "Still Here Thinking of You," a personal, thought-provoking examination of the true nature of mother-daughter relationships.

Don't Miss: Anderson Cooper Special on Bullies Premieres on CNN

Don't Miss: Anderson Cooper Special on Bullies Premieres on CNN

Part of a week-long programming on CNN and CNN.com, The Bully Effect: An Anderson Cooper Special premieres Thursday, Feb. 28 and addresses how the bullying problem is affecting children in school today, and what parents can do about bullying in schools.

Take the Screen-Free Challenge

Take the Screen-Free Challenge

The third annual Screen-Free Week is April 29 to May 5. Take the challenge to turn off your cell phones, TVs, and iPads to spend more quality time with your family.

Your Camp Experience vs. Your Child's Camp Experience

Your Camp Experience vs. Your Child's Camp Experience

An ex-camper reflects on how camp has changed over the years, from activities to food to communications, and what hasn't changed.

New York City Bus Strike Is Finally Over

New York City Bus Strike Is Finally Over

As of Wednesday, Feb. 20, New York City's school bus strike is finally over, and school buses will resume full service to New York City public school children for the first time in five weeks. Here is some important information from the NYC Department of Education (DOE) that will help make the transition back to yellow bus service as smooth as possible.

Web-Based Sexting Diversion and Cellphone Safety Course Now Available

Web-Based Sexting Diversion and Cellphone Safety Course Now Available

Your teen has a cellphone, but is she using it safely? COURTEducation Online recently launched a web-based program to education teens about the dangers and consequences of sexting. The program aims to prevent teens from sexting and having promiscuous online behaviors that could harm or have legal consequences.




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