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6 Steps to Take if Your Child “Hates School”

By Jay Fitter MFT Is it normal for a child to come home from school miserable? Or to act deeply unhappy in the morning and drag their feet to the point of almost missing the bus? Or how about a kid who suddenly develops stomachaches in the middle of the school day, and this happens repeatedly? Some parents … Read More...

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Tai Chi Preserves Strength, Helps Heal the Body

Tai chi is among several kinds of Chinese martial arts that have gained popularity in the U.S. Its origins are unclear, but its health benefits are well-documented and not just for mixed martial arts enthusiasts. Modern use of tai chi is known to help maintain or improve overall fitness and flexibility. And … Read More...

Breast Cancer Awareness: Pink Beauty Products Giving Back

Pink and oh-so-pretty!  Here's a roundup on a few beauty products that are giving back for Breast Cancer Awareness Month next month! jane iredale celebrates seven years of partnership with Living Beyond Breast Cancer® with the launch of Smell the Roses Hydration Spray. One hundred percent of profits from … Read More...

2014 Back to School Gift Guide

It’s that time again! Can you believe it? It’s just about time to start packing up the kids to send them away to college. For some parents, it’s your first time that someone is leaving the nest; for others, it has become second nature. Whether your child is going into their freshman year or starting … Read More...

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5 New Skin Care Habits for Fall

Fall's cooler temperatures and windy climates can throw our skin for a loop and leave our skin dry, irritated and flaky. Changing seasons call for a few change-ups in our beauty routine! Dermatologist Dr. Marnie Nussbaum recommends incorporating these 5 habits into your daily ritual for a smooth, soft … Read More...

Easing Back-to-School Jitters

By Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC School bells are ringing and kids are everywhere. As you drive slowly through school zones, you can see and feel the excitement in the air. Kids are walking to school, getting out of buses, and being dropped off on the curb. Some of them look excited and are laughing, while … Read More...