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Report: Ohio slips in annual U.S. child well-being survey

June 26, 2016 WHEELING, W.Va. — The 2016 Kids Count Data Book contains good news for West Virginia, but slightly bad news for Ohio. West Virginia has improved in the Annie E. more »»

Backyard amusement park

June 19, 2016 Fun in the summer with your children doesn’t have to mean a trunk full of supplies, two weeks of vacation and a road ma. more »»

Iconic rubber duck goes digital

June 19, 2016 TOKYO — The iconic rubber duck has gone digital — but maybe it doesn’t need to. more »»

Teen earns medal

June 12, 2016 HUBBARD — Prudential Spirit of Community Award Distinguished Finalist Ricky Pasco had a rather rough start to life. more »»

Make the most of summer

June 5, 2016 A summer chock full of simple, yet engaging activity sets the stage for cherishable childhood memories. more »»

Children’s hospitals aim for good night’s sleep

June 5, 2016 BALTIMORE — At home, parents try to keep their children on a regular sleep schedule, with the evening bedtime transition marked by rituals like reading stories, flipping on night-lights and getting... more »»

Rocking fatherhood: Dude’s how-to guide on staying cool

June 5, 2016 NEW YORK — Before parenthood, Chris Kornelis rocked it as a music writer for Seattle Weekl. more »»


May 29, 2016 HOWLAND — They were almost famous. Another Way, Howland High School’s a cappella choir, aced the auditions and were set to star on the second season of Lifetime network’s docu-series “Pitch Slapped. more »»

Summer coasters

May 29, 2016 You’re flying alongside Superman, seeing the world as the Man of Steel views it, thanks to virtual reality headsets on a roller coaster at Six Flags New England. more »»

Administration lays out draft rule for accountability

May 29, 2016 WASHINGTON — Proposed federal guidelines would allow states to decide how to use a mix of test scores, academic growth and other measures like chronic absenteeism to identify failing schools and... more »»

Sisterhood of the traveling prom dress

May 15, 2016 ARLINGTON, Mass. — “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants” now has a real-life version: The Sisterhood of the Traveling Prom Dress. more »»

Finding her voice

May 1, 2016 AUSTINTOWN — After being shuffled from foster home to group home since she was 9, Melissa Stroud finally found her place — and her voice. more »»

Can game theory help parents?

May 1, 2016 NEW YORK — Game theory, a branch of mathematics dealing with strategic thinking, has been applied to scenarios of war, business and biology. more »»

Childproofing home protects curious youngsters

May 1, 2016 Metro Creative New parents face a host of challenges upon bringing their newborn sons and daughters home, not the least of which is childproofing their homes so the newest additions to their familie... more »»

‘All about the fit’

April 24, 2016 PASADENA, Calif. — “It’s all about the fit.” That unspoken motto has been passed down in my family for generations, from my late grandfather, a tailor, to me. more »»

Making camp visits easier

April 24, 2016 Sometime this summer, a few weeks after sleep-away camp starts and a few weeks before it ends, campers’ parents will come for a visit. more »»

Cutting costs at the grocery store

April 24, 2016 Parents know the cost of raising a family can be considerable. more »»

Bettering the odds

April 17, 2016 COLUMBIA, Mo. — At age 11, A’Taliya Bass has already started to write her first book. She calls it “Forget the Looks,” a collection of her thoughts about inclusion and acceptance. more »»

Leaving a legacy

April 10, 2016 MCFARLAND, Wis. — On Feb. 14, Brianna McManamy opened the first of her mother’s cards. It was a simple Valentine, decorated with red hearts. The only words inside were those written by her mom. more »»

Let’s push ‘Walking Dead’ over cliffhanger

April 10, 2016 Well, it’s been a full week no. more »»



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