You see them at every children's birthday party these days - Those infamous, multi-colored, inflatable bounce houses. And with their growing popularity has come an increase in reported injuries caused by them.
Two favorites from your childhood could be gone forever as the company that makes them gets ready to surrender to a strike that's held up operations for the past three months. Hostess Foods says that if an agreement wasn't reached by the evening of November 15th, they would be forced to shut down operations and liquidate the company, resulting in the loss of 18,000 jobs
I was talking with our daycare person Shawna and we were discussing when and how of child seats and how tall the child is and when they move from a seat to booster. Law enforcement will be helping answer your questions for Child Passenger Safety Week.
Since 1963, elementary school children have cut their reading-teeth on the Encyclopedia Brown mystery series. The author of Encyclopedia Brown - Donald J. Sobol - has passed away at the age of 87 in Miami, Florida
Since the beginning of packaged and marketed cereals, there's been debate about the health (or lack thereof) benefits of the breakfast staple - especially in regards to those brands primarily targeted at children
We have all seen the horrifying outcome of parents who spoil their children. The tyranny these little monsters yield can sometimes wreak the same twisted havoc as a lone wild animal searching for its next meal.
I'm a parent, so I'm sympathetic to the the mood-swings of children; I fully understand that sometimes kids aren't happy and that at their age, they're not as experienced at understanding the need to sometimes suppress their true feelings in return for social etiquette
Teen truancy is a real problem for a lot of schools, but especially so for the Dohn Community High School in Cincinnati. It only has a 14% graduation rate and has been deemed an “academic emergency” by the state of Ohio.
So the school is trying out a novel approach: it’s paying students to show up and behave themselves.
A boy in Cleveland, OH, who weighs more than 200 pounds, was taken from his mother by authorities last week. Officials were forced to remove the third-grader from his home when caseworkers decided that his mother’s inability to reduce his weight constituted medical neglect.
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