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Back-to-School Stress Relief for Kids

Summer is drawing to an end. Many summer school and summer enrichment programs are ending as schools get prepared to welcome students and parents start shopping for school supplies. For some students, this can mean an increase in anxiety as they wonder what to expect from new teachers, new peers and new experiences. If you notice your child showing signs of anxiety, here are

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Why Exercise And Nutrition Are Just As Important As Studying

Boosting your child’s education is not always about honing in on their reading, writing and arithmetic skills. Many outside factors contribute to a child’s ability to learn, including the amount of exercise they get and the food they eat. Due to dwindling school budgets and new regulations, schools are limiting physical education and other activities that promote exercise during the school day. Unfortunately, vigorous

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Returning To A School Year Sleep Schedule

Once the school year rolls back around in August, parents have a lot of work to do in order to get their children into the back-to-school mode. One of the most important steps of this process is to readjust their sleep schedule. According to the National Sleep Foundation, children between the ages of five to 12 require about 10 to 11 hours of sleep

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