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At What Age Can You Leave Kids Home Alone?

Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware don't give a specific answer, but a new survey of social workers says kids should be at least 12.

How to Learn Family Medical, Genetic History When Adopting a Child

Open adoptions and genetic testing make it easier for parents to learn about family medical history for a baby or themselves.

How to Teach Kids About Consent

Because consent is more than sexual, parents should talk to their children about it from a young age.

How to Stop Your Kid Bullying

What should you do if your child is the bully?
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Free Portraits for Families With Special Needs

A Delaware photographer provides free portraits for families who have children with disabilities through her Portraits with a Purpose program.
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Health care, feeding choices & challenges, how to afford your little one
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Toddler

Educational play, discipline, potty training
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Elementary Age

Challenges & milestones for ages 5-10
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Tweens & Teens

Expert advice on puberty, the first job, preparing for life after high school
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How To Identify Speech Problems

Some kids don't speak all sounds correctly until age 8. Others seem to stutter, but it's normal. Here's how to spot potential problems.

‘Where Did the Baby Come From?’

The where-do-babies-come-from question strikes fear into the hearts of many parents, but experts say don’t worry.

Queasy Does It!

The truth about morning sickness and ways to soothe your tummy troubles.

BIRTHMARK BASICS

One in 10 babies is born with or develops birthmarks. Here are the six most common kinds.

Parents of bullies can be sued

Parents of bullies face potentially devastating financial and emotional consequences, yet another reason to take bullying seriously.

I'll get you my pretty!

Are there good reasons to let kids read frightening books or watch scary movies? Yes, say the experts.
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