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Mixed (Drink) Messages
by Christine Adler - December 21, 2006

My bubble has burst. I used to consider myself a somewhat enlightened mother, but apparently I was pretty ignorant about the world.


All Aboard in Danbury
by Christine Adler - December 01, 2006

If there’s a train-lover in your family, head to the Danbury Railway Museum — a well-kept secret that entertains and educates visitors on the mechanics and history of the railroad, and the role it played in the development of the country.


Holiday Spirit, All Year Long
by Christine Adler - November 20, 2006

My husband and I were raised with different religious backgrounds, and once we married, each winter season brought with it the question of the best way to blend our traditions.


How NOT to Raise a Spoiled Brat
by Christine Adler - December 21, 2005

No one wants to raise a spoiled child . . . but not all parents know how to prevent it from happening.


Need Professional Help?How about a Parenting Coach?
by Christine Adler - April 21, 2004

Your 2-year-old throws tantrums at the drop of a hat. Your 7-year-old is struggling at school with a bully. Your rebellious teenager is fighting your every attempt to set some ground rules. Parenting is no easy task. But unlike your parents’ generation, when all they had were other moms and dads or their own parents to turn to, finding help today can be easier. Parenting coaches — professional advice dispensers on parenting-related topics — are part of a growing field of resources for parents.


Need Professional Help?How about a Parenting Coach?
by Christine Adler - April 21, 2004

Your 2-year-old throws tantrums at the drop of a hat. Your 7-year-old is struggling at school with a bully. Your rebellious teenager is fighting your every attempt to set some ground rules. Parenting is no easy task. But unlike your parents’ generation, when all they had were other moms and dads or their own parents to turn to, finding help today can be easier. Parenting coaches — professional advice dispensers on parenting-related topics — are part of a growing field of resources for parents.


Protecting kids from secondhand smoke:Whose Job is It?
by Christine Adler - December 21, 2003

This summer, New York passed a state law banning smoking in restaurants and bars, with the exception of certain outdoor dining. The law is an expansion of the state’s Clean Indoor Air Act of 1989, and is meant to limit exposure to secondhand smoke in public places.


An American Treasure
by Christine Adler - December 21, 2003

Ever since English settlers took their tribal identity from them in the early 17th century, the Mashantucket Pequot people have struggled to maintain their culture and reclaim their heritage. In 1998, the Pequot Tribal Nation opened the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center in Mashantucket, CT, to share its history and culture with the public.


Whooping Cough re-emerges in WestchesterComplete Immunization Urged
by Christine Adler - December 21, 2003

Whooping cough, or pertussis as it is formally known, has made a local resurgence this year.


THE STATE OF SCHOOL BUDGETS Why Do Our Taxes Keep Going Up?
by Christine Adler - September 21, 2003

This year’s drama of school budget cuts has created an emotional rollercoaster for parents, teachers and school superintendents.


Arsenic in the Playground:Vital tips for families
by Christine Adler - May 21, 2003

If you’ve been feeling guilty that you can’t bring the kids to the park as often as they’d like, take heart. You may have reduced their risk of getting cancer.


Childcare Shortage Hits the County
by Christine Adler - March 21, 2003

When Nicole, a Mamaroneck mother, began looking into childcare services for her two-year-old daughter, she was stunned to find that the facilities she was considering all had waiting lists of one to three years.


Getting in the Spirit, early in life
by Christine Adler - December 21, 2002

Don’t think you can stand hearing the kids moan, “Mom, I’m bored!” one more time over their next school break? Dread the thought of letting them wander in the mall? Here’s a suggestion: get them involved in some volunteer work over the holidays. The needs are great, and the opportunities for young, eager people are vast.



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