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WeeZee World of Westchester Celebrates One-Year Anniversary
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 14, 2013

WeeZee World of Westchester, a family play space full of sensory adventures for children, celebrated its one-year anniversary on April 26, in conjunction with National Sensory Awareness Day.

Rockland High School Students Awarded at History Conference
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 14, 2013

The Historical Society of Rockland County hosted a High School History Conference on April 9 and awarded Rockland honor students based on their presentations.

Carousels in Rockland and Westchester Counties
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 10, 2013

Our list includes carousels and merry-go-rounds in Rockland County and Westchester County in New York as well as Bergen County, NJ. Get details on carousels in Bear Mountain, Rye, and West Nyack, NY, as well as nearby in Paramus, NJ.

Carousels in Connecticut
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 10, 2013

This guide features carousels and merry-go-rounds in Connecticut, including Bridgeport, Bristol, Danbury, and Hartford, CT. It includes a description of each carousel as well as its location, the hours it's open, and the price per ride.

Carousels on Long Island
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 10, 2013

This guide includes information on carousels and merry-go-rounds on Long Island, New York, including Farmingdale, Garden City, Greenport, Medford, and West Hempstead. We've included location, hours, price per ride, and a description for each carousel.

A Guide to Carousels in the New York City Area
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 11, 2014

Our guide includes carousels and merry-go-rounds in New York City, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and Staten Island. You'll find details on each carousel, including its location, hours it's open, price per ride, and a description.

Ask the Expert: What Should I Do if My Teen is Missing a Tooth?
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 10, 2013

Whether your teenager was born with missing teeth or has lost teeth due to an injury, you may be wondering what your options are to replace his or her pearly whites. Here, a prosthodontist offers expert advice on dental implants for children.

Watermelon Sandwich Wraps
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 09, 2013

Ever tried watermelon in your sandwich? It may sound strange, but the folks at the National Watermelon Promotion Board have put together 10 wrap recipes that star this refreshing summer fruit, from a Latin watermelon wrap to a Greek wrap with watermelon.

How to Make a Mermaid Tale from Watermelon
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 09, 2013

Follow these step-by-step directions to create a mermaid tale centerpiece out of watermelon rinds and decorate it with watermelon cutouts. This piece of watermelon art is perfect for your next backyard barbecue or summer party.

Survey Reveals Most Adults Think Psychiatric Disorders in Children are Underdiagnosed
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 09, 2013

A survey released today by Parents magazine and the Child Mind Institute shows how the tragedy in Newtown, CT has influenced public opinion on children's mental health issues. The results show that more than half of adults think psychiatric disorders in children are underdiagnosed.

Three Little Piggies Debut at Queens Zoo
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 09, 2013

Queens Zoo welcomed three rare domestic pigs, mulefoot hogs, to its grounds in May.

Nonprofit Provides Free Hearing Screenings for Students
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 07, 2013

NYC schools no longer offer hearing screenings for its students, so on May 2, the Hearing Health Foundation and Gordon Hearing Conservation partnered to provide free hearing screenings for students at the Speyer Legacy School on Manhattan's Upper West Side in honor of May's Better Hearing and Speech month.

Autism Speaks Honors Mothers of Autism Community at Luncheon in NYC
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 06, 2013

Autism Speaks celebrated mothers of the autism community at a luncheon in New York City on Wednesday, May 1 with special guest Dee Ocleppo, the nonprofit's national board member, fashion designer, and former model.

Brooklyn Ranks 13th in Top 25 Mom-Friendly Dining Cities
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 06, 2013

In honor of Mother's Day, OpenTable has ranked the top 25 "mom-friendly dining cities," and Brooklyn lands 13th on the list. Rankings take into account how many of a city's restaurants are rated "kid-friendly," "romantic," and "hot spots."

Grill Recipe: Korean Barbecue Beef with Stir-Fried Bok Choy
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 02, 2013

Take a culinary adventure in your own backyard when you grill up this sweet and spicy Korean barbecue beef tenderloin featuring classic Asian flavors. Serve with a flavorful side of stir-fried bok choy that comes together in about 5 minutes.

Top 10 Tips for Cooking on the Grill
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 02, 2013

Before you fire up the grill for your next backyard barbecue, check out the top 10 grilling tips from the experts at Omaha Steaks. Follow these best practices to avoid common grilling mistakes and make sure your food tastes delicious every time.

Ask the Expert: How Do Neurofeedback and Brain Mapping Help Treat ADHD?
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 01, 2013

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently rated biofeedback as evidence-based "Level 1-Best Support" for treating ADHD. We spoke to Anthony Silver, MS, MA, MFT, BCIA-EEG, director of Gray Matters in Westport, CT, about biofeedback, neurofeedback, and brain mapping and how they help diagnose and treat ADHD.

New Life for Landmark Church in Washington Heights
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 01, 2013

A groundbreaking ceremony held on April 7 marked the $10 million renovation and expansion of the Fort Washington Collegiate Church in Washington Heights.

NYC Youth Coach Wins Award for Teaching Basketball and Life Lessons
by NYMetroParents Staff - May 01, 2013

New York City youth coach is honored with the Positive Coaching Alliance's Double-Goal Coach Award for his basketball and life lessons and positive impact on young athletes.

Ask the Experts: A Parent's Guide to Head Lice
by NYMetroParents Staff - April 30, 2013

We spoke to six local experts to find out everything you need to know about head lice, including the signs of your child having it, how to treat head lice, what happens when there is a lice outbreak at school or camp, how you need to clean the house, and ways to help your child and yourself cope with the embarrassment of having head lice.

Ask the Expert: What Should I Know About Lice?
by NYMetroParents Staff - April 30, 2013

Local experts share what every parent needs to know about head lice, including signs your child might have lice, how often you should check for lice, what lice look like, when your child can be around peers, how much of your house needs to be cleaned, and whether lice carry diseases.

Ask the Expert: What are Ways to Cope with the Stigma of Lice?
by NYMetroParents Staff - April 30, 2013

If your child has lice, they might feel embarrassed. Local experts weigh in with what to say to your child so he can cope with the stigma of lice, as well as reasons why you shouldn't feel ashamed about him having lice.

Ask the Expert: How Can I Prevent Getting and Spreading Lice?
by NYMetroParents Staff - April 30, 2013

When your child's friend has lice, it's possible your child will get it too. Local experts share tips to prevent your child from getting lice, ways to prevent spreading lice if your child already has it, and the responsibility of schools, camps, and you in terms of informing others about your child's lice.

Ask the Expert: What Are the Various Treatments to Get Rid of Lice?
by NYMetroParents Staff - April 30, 2013

When your child has lice, your main concern is removing the head lice. We spoke to six local experts from Licenders, LiceXchange, Lice Miracles, Fairy LiceMothers, The Lice Lady of Westchester, and The Lice Expert of Dobbs Ferry/Westchester about the various chemical-free head lice treatments they offer.

Mini Golf Courses in New Jersey
by NYMetroParents Staff - April 29, 2013

Find miniature golf courses in New Jersey, including indoor and outdoor mini golf and putt-putt courses from Bergen County to Monmouth to Atlantic County. You'll find address, contact info, hours, prices, and a description for each course in our list.

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