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We asked a local expert your questions about how to handle preteen acne: what’s safe, what’s myth, and how to get boys to practice healthy skincare.
“A potted cactus is never a good idea to let a student carry onto the bus even if it is show and tell day.” Read what advice a 30-year veteran educator has for parents facing a new school year.
Just how important is sleep to your student? We asked an expert for tips on how to get you and your kids on a back to school sleep schedule.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a first-time rider or a high school veteran – these tips from an actual bus driver are great for parents and kids.
All parents hope to prepare their boy or girl through education and training to be ready to enter the world after high school or college. But what does it actually MEAN to prepare your child for tomorrow? What specific things can you do right now that will make a big difference?
A toy for young children could have small parts that are a choking hazard, or a defective car seat could put your child at a high-risk of injury in an accident. But how can you avoid these recalled products?
A local parent visits the Dinosaur Den, Huntsville’s new indoor amusement park for your little ones.
We asked a local expert from Progress Bank your questions about financial advice for graduates. These tips could really help out your college-bound kid!