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Nov. 30 2011 10:30 AMA (Limited) Tool To Spot the Photoshop 
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Sept. 13 2011 11:10 AMJibJab App: Will You Paste Your Child's Face Into a New "Book" Every Month?
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Sept. 6 2011 12:46 PMIf One Sperm Donor Can Father 150 Children or More, Something Needs To Change.
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Aug. 31 2011 11:07 AMA 1979 first grade readiness checklist asks if your child can travel alone in the neighborhood, but not if she can read.
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Aug. 26 2011 10:19 AMIf you're looking for a kids book about obesity, Ed Koch's Eddie Shapes Up makes a surprisingly good choice.
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Aug. 22 2011 2:02 PMIf the number of new mothers eating their own placentas rises from one to three, we get to call that a "growing number," right?
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Aug. 17 2011 4:49 PMIf your child has forgotten all the math she ever learned, Khan Academy might help.
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Aug. 15 2011 1:05 PMHow many after school sports and activities are for the kids, and how many are for the over-achieving parents?
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Aug. 9 2011 12:50 PMCan we count on JK Rowling's Pottermore to be more "unique online reading experience" and not just more screen time?
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Aug. 5 2011 4:22 PMA child from Guatemala's adoptive parents are ordered to return her, and parents in China desperately seek their own stolen children.
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Aug. 2 2011 11:57 AMA new study shows that fetal exposure to ordinary electromagnetic fields increases a child's risk of asthma.
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July 27 2011 12:43 PMMcDonalds' Happy Meals will add apple slices and include fewer fries.
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July 25 2011 11:31 AMParental peace with teen sex doesn't have to mean a yes to "the sleepover question."
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July 19 2011 11:53 AMCan a playground—or a childhood—be too safe?
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July 15 2011 12:00 PMGo Ahead, Ban Kids from Your Restaurant.
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Sept. 14 2011 4:52 PMA Study Finds That Kids Are Less Active On the Playground When Parents Are (Omni)Present
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Sept. 9 2011 2:28 PMReaders Call B.S. on the Nutritionally, Environmentally, Allergically, and Socially Correct Lunch.
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Sept. 2 2011 10:21 AMMiranda Kennedy's Sideways on a Scooter is the DoubleX Book of the Week.
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Aug. 30 2011 11:04 AMWill the lunches your kids pack for school this year be nutritionally, environmentally, allergically and socially correct?
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Aug. 23 2011 11:54 AMWhy couldn't "Hot-Sauce Mom" Jessica Beagley find help for her adoptive son without resorting to Dr. Phil?
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Aug. 19 2011 12:24 PMWith its new line of "bladder protection products," Kimberly-Clark tries to make incontinence feminine and cool.
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Aug. 16 2011 10:30 AMMore time online can pay off in easier friendships for shy kids.
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Aug. 12 2011 2:57 PM Frances Hodgson Burnett's 100-Year-Old Classic, "The Secret Garden," is the DoubleX Book of the Week
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Aug. 8 2011 2:01 PMIf everyone learns not to break up via Facebook, how will teenage girls know which boyfriends they're better off without?
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Aug. 4 2011 10:39 AMThe CDC hopes more hospital support for breastfeeding would mean fewer obese children.
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July 29 2011 11:09 AMMore girls are interested in science if it's presented in stereotypically girly ways.
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July 26 2011 11:05 AMWomen who dislike breastfeeding are more likely to be depressed (and less likely to keep nursing).
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July 21 2011 3:32 PMToyota's experimental touch-screen windows would make the back seat the best seat in the car.
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July 18 2011 12:55 PMHow women-friendly is it for Israel to pay for IVF if women are "expected" to have children?
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July 13 2011 10:46 AMShould the State Remove Fat Kids from Their Homes?

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