Teaching Manners

By Rosanna Dude The approaching holiday season is an ideal opportunity to emphasize manners, thoughtfulness, respect and gratitude. This time of year is full of large family get-togethers, gift exchanges…

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The Teen Brain

Warning: Your Child Is Under Construction By Susan Cowan Morse Dear Mom and Dad, I’m not sure what happened to me while I was sleeping but when I woke up…

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Teens: Policing Fashion

By Karen Kaliski Just yesterday she was prancing around in her pink gingham jumper with the smocked front. He was so proud of his big boy chinos and polo shirt.…

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Teens: Sports Concussions

By Dr. Michael Sparks Ben Bates played football like most 15-year-olds: full on, and with gusto. And, as is sometimes the case in contact sports, Ben has suffered a concussion.…

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Feeding Your Teen Machine

By Hope Damon, RD, CDE, LD Teens are spontaneous, fun, hungry, sometimes picky, challenging eaters. They choose what to eat based on peer pressure, school and work schedules, sense of…

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EMT Training

A college sophomore learns how to save lives in emergency situations By Jessa Fogel The pagers went off in the office around 11 p.m., a harsh interruption in an otherwise…

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