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  • Telltale Signs that your Student is being Bullied
    Telltale Signs that your Student is being Bullied

    Being the recipient of bullying or showing aggressive behavior towards others is becoming an increasingly predominant experience among students. The cyber space has opened up a whole new avenue for bullying to take place and parents and educators need to ...

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  • Is your Student Addicted to Gaming?
    Is your Student Addicted to Gaming?

    When you look at the kinds of trouble teens can get themselves into, gaming may not seem like a bad idea. Your children are safe and sound at home and they are quiet and occupied in their rooms. But don’t be fooled: too much gaming can affect almost every ...

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  • Flu-busting foods: Keep your student flu-free this winter
    Flu-busting foods: Keep your student flu-free this winter

    Flu outbreaks in schools are common as students gather in close proximity. Of course you teach your students to wash their hands regularly and to shield their mouths when coughing and sneezing, but this may not be enough to protect them from seasonal flu. ...

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  • Setting Screen Time Limits for Students
    Setting Screen Time Limits for Students

    How much screen time is too much? As students are increasingly obsessed with screen time, parents need to set limits on how much TV and online time their students are allocated. Allowing unfettered access to the online world may cause students to live ...

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  • Let's Get Moving: How to Keep your Kids Fit Through Winter
    Let's Get Moving: How to Keep your Kids Fit Through Winter

    As the days shorten and the old Jack Frost settles in for a long visit, it’s more difficult to motivate yourself to get outside and have fun. Your natural inclination is to hole up at home and eat comfort food, but this isn’t healthy or productive. Here ...

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