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  • The Sad Plight of India's Railway Street Children  By : mjb
    All across the globe, there are millions of street children suffering and dying. They lack the basic needs that most of us enjoy. With no adult to care for them, these children have no role model for guidance. There left to fend-off for themselves, surviving through petty thievery and begging. India, there are millions of street children in railway stations living a dangerous and depressed life.
  • Baby Names | Popular Names | Girl and Boy Names I Baby Name Meanings  By : Simon Gittins Simon Gittins
    A name stays with a person from birth and even after a person dies, and no matter what part of the world an individual comes from, a name is what makes each person unique and gives a person his or her identity. Today it’s not that difficult to guess the race, the country and also the religion a person comes from by the name of a person.
  • Stress, Anxiety and Insomnia Among Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder  By : Alex Ellorde
    This article talks about the relation between ADHD, insomnia, stress and anxiety among children. It also mentions how to prevent or lessen the occurrence of insomnia, stress and anxiety among children with ADHD.
  • Preventing Dehydration in Children  By : Juliet Cohen
    Dehydration can be defined as "the excessive loss of water from the body." Dehydration isn't as serious a problem for teens as it can be for babies or young children.
  • Important Information If You Are Considering A Bunk Bed  By : Sam J Kerry
    Looking for the perfect bunk bed for your children? There are many styles from which to choose, but there are a few things to consider prior to purchasing a bunk bed. Here are some important tips, not necessarily in any particular order.
  • Coming Back To Haunt You  By : malo
    Children are often nervous, anxious creatures. However, if this anxiety is not treated quickly, it can become a problem that will be carried into adulthood.
  • The Expectations on the Children of Geniuses  By : Alex Ellorde
    Children of important figures will always have to live with the weight of the reputation their name brings. How they deal with it is up to them, but excessive pressure can lead to performance anxiety or status anxiety.
  • Coming Up With Different Ideas For Your Child's Birthday  By : DMF
    Watch the dance floor come alive when fun songs are played. Most DJ's will come with different musical games to keep the kids entertained.
  • More than a Broken Vow  By : malo
    This article features the harmful effect of constant parental bickering to a child's normal and healthy activity. This also relates the long term effect of this traumatic experiences to a child.
  • How Much Activity is Too Much?  By : Thomas Jackson
    Should your child go for the football practice 5 days a week? Are 3 days enough? It is common for parents to be a little confused when it comes to deciding how much is too much with reference to after school activities. They argue that since most of the activities are fun (as different from studies), children will simply lap up these classes. But, too much of fun can also make a child sick. Here is a simple guide that will help you decide how much is too much for your child.
  • Doctors to Prescribe Anger Management for Children  By : Chris Marshall
    Doctors in England could soon be able to prescribe anger management classes for children with behavioural problems under a new 8.9 million pound government scheme.
  • Choosing Backpack For Kids When You Travel  By : PisanK
    If your kids are able to carry their own bags with their favorite so your trip would be fun.
  • Initial Guide How to Choose School Bag  By : PisanK
    The following detail will talk about school bags or school backpacks, which are the type that most used among teenagers and young adults. Here are some basic tips on how to choose quality school bags/school backpacks
  • Mothers And Kids Deal With Anxiety  By : une
    “Perfect Madness: Motherhood In The Age Of Anxiety” is a good study on the effects of society and the pressure it places on parents. However, it only touches upon test anxiety, which is an increasing problem among schoolchildren.
  • Test Anxiety: A Silent Epidemic among Children  By : Michael Corvin
    This form of school-related stress hounds the kindergarten pupil as much as the Ivy League scholar. Test anxiety is when a student becomes so nervous about taking an examination that he can no longer perform well. This is actually a type of performance anxiety that prevents a student from reading and writing the right answers to a test. Sometimes, a little anxiety can serve as a motivation for a student to prepare and study harder for an upcoming examination.
  • Effectiveness of Teen Boot Camps  By : John David
    The efficiency of boot camps varies with the adolescent. Some youth enlarge best under the stress of hard-hitting love, but other needs just simple love. There are other alternative for troubled teens than sending them off to boot camp . Boot camps provide a structured environment.
  • 5 Tips To Make Learning To Read Easier  By : David Morgan
    Just learning to read is not enough if your child is going to compete in the modern information society. Becoming a good or excellent reader is the key to your child's future.
  • Online CPR Certificate - First Step To Saving Lives!  By : Lee Addison
    The online CPR certificate has become a prerequisite to employment in many different types of industries. It is definitely required by those wishing to enter the health or wellness industries, and in fact much of their training can not go ahead until students present their teachers with a copy of their online CPR certificate. Even when not required, being able to show that you have a current CPR certificate on your CV is a great bonus when job hunting.
  • Loft Beds and Bunk Beds - Buying Ready Made Vs. Building Your Own  By : Patrick Oakley
    There are a number of good reasons why you might decide to build a bunk bed or left bed rather then buying one. The most usual reason, of course, is cost. While there are plenty of very good bunk beds available on the market today, they tend to be extremely expensive. However, you can get a good sturdy bunk bed for under $150 is you buy second hand.
  • 15 Important Tips Revealed: Airport Screening for Children with Disabilities!  By : Natalia Ippolito
    Important must know tips revealed for airport security screening for children with disabilities.
  • Catholic Boarding Schools for Teens  By : Monica Craft
    Catholic boarding schools offer communities where discrimination is not tolerated, and our differences are mutual and respected and often celebrated.
  • 5 Must Know Tips For Parents Traveling With Children At The Airport!  By : Natalia Ippolito
    5 important tips for parents to follow in order to swiftly move through airport security for holiday and summer travel.
  • Selecting the Right Kind of Furniture for Children  By : Azlan
    It’s a common dilemma; enhancing a toddler nursery with the appropriate child furniture. Your child has advanced beyond teddy bears and pastel decorations, and is all set for a theme that looks more “mature" but still retains that sense of innocence.
  • Webkinz - Why Are They So Adorable And Usually Sold Out?  By : Webgirl
    Why Are They Adorable?
  • Baby Bath Time  By : Spiffy Baby
    Baby’s day Baby’s day out is fun from A to Z, regardless of what the baby does. All theBaby’s day out is fun from A to Z, regardless of what the baby does.
  • Must-read Classics for Kids  By : Philip Nicosia
    Reading should always be an integral part of growing up. It should always start in the home and encouraged even until the children are already grown up.
  • Family Fun Time  By : Philip Nicosia
    For many families, life seems to be in the fast lane these days. Parents working, kids go to school everyday and the younger ones are left in the care of babysitters.
  • Defeating the Homework Blues  By : Mark Lakewood, Relationship Specialist, Author, and Motivational Speaker
    If you find it difficult getting your child to complete daily homework, this article offers many suggestions and techniques by getting to the heart of the problem by challenging unhealthy beliefs and values.
  • Anti-Bullying Skills and Techniques for Children  By : Mark Lakewood, Relationship Specialist, Author, and Motivational Speaker
    As a society, we spend too much of our energy identifying and punishing the bully that we fail to spend enough time empowering the victims of bullying. We should spend more of our energy on the things that we can control rather than the things we ha
  • Bulimia Affected Teens  By : Firoj Khan
    Bulimia is an eating disorder that mostly affects young women of 12. Characteristics of bulimia include episodic binge eating followed by feelings of guilt and self-condemnation. Bulimia can actually damage a person's stomach and kidneys as a result

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