According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), one child dies every two weeks when a TV, piece of furniture or appliance falls on them. What’s even worse is that these accidents are 100 percent preventable.

A good night’s sleep – or lack of – can affect many aspects of the day. Sleep improves attention, memory and mood, while too little sleep can cause anxiety, irritability, low energy. It also can cause children to become more prone to illness and accidents.

Some people get all jazzed for Christmas or can’t wait until summer and the pools open. But if I were the one voting for “best season,” it would be without hesitation that little transitional period between the summer and the snow. F.A.L.L. FALL!

Having a child in the neonatal intensive care unit is an experience like no other. Seeing your baby hooked up to machines with wires attached to their body can be a scary and overwhelming experience.

As a parent, you care about your child's health. Given the public-health focus on childhood obesity, it would be hard to not be concerned if your child is overweight. The question many parents in this position are grappling with is "Should I say something to my child about the weight - or not?"

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