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Best for Kids 2007 Toy List by Sondra .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 5:43pm “BEST-FOR-KIDS” TOY LIST 2007 AMERICAN SPECIALTY TOY RETAILING ASSOCIATION (ASTRA) This one-of-a-kind, annual list recognizing the best play products available for children is based on input from independent toy store owners around the country. These toys meet ASTR ... Read on »
Educating Esme Book Review by Pink Lemonade .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Sep 2009 10:26pm Teachers, as a whole, are vastly under-appreciated. Most people think that a teacher comes to work fifteen minutes before school begins and leaves fifteen minutes after it ends - and that may be the case for a tiny handful - but the vast majority of teachers deal with issues and put in hours equal to that of any corporate executive... only the pay ... Read on »
5 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat a Healthy Lunch by Brett - Sheer Balance Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sun 01 Aug 2010 8:37am 1 Comment Getting your children to eat healthy at home is challenging enough, but to get them to eat healthy in school can seem virtually impossible. You have no idea what is going on in the cafeteria…lunch swaps…trashcans…the team mascot…you name it. If a child doesn’t want to eat what is in their lunchbox, they won’t. They’ll find a way to deep six t ... Read on »
Shaman John Coughlin – An Interview on Shamanism, Psychic Kids and Healing by Jenny M. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 14 Dec 2010 7:21am I have known Shaman John for about two years now and he and his family are friends in my community.  Shaman John is knowledgeable about SO many things regarding healing and I always learn when I am around him.  John is a very gifted healer, shaman, psychic and mor ... Read on »
50 Best Parenting Books for Families with Teens and Tweens by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Thu 07 May 2009 7:56pm Hi! We get thousands of submissions of parenting books for our teen reviewers and Vanessa Van Petten.  Here are some of our favorites for you to check out.  We have parenting books for parents of all ages with all specialties! We have included descriptions by the author about each of their books. If you would like to submit your book, we a ... Read on »
Teaching Elsie to Hug: A Lesson in Educating Our Children by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Editor’s Note: We are honored to publish the following guest post by  Zoe Weil .   Zoe is the President of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE) and author of Above All, Be Kind: Raising a Humane Child in Challenging Times an ... Read on »
Homework: Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with ASD by wheresthebox Patient Expert Posted Wed 28 Sep 2011 8:00am Everyone’s been telling me third grade is when it gets harder, especially with the homework. So far it has actually been nice to have a bit more challenging assignments – Michael protests less when it doesn’t seem like busy work, but I’m sure we are still in the honeymoon phase of the school year! What a timely opportunity it was for me to ... Read on »
Homework: Teaching Organizational Skills to Individuals with ASD by spectrumspectacle Posted Thu 22 Sep 2011 7:14pm As Appeared in theJuly/August 2007 issue.www.autismdigest.comReprinted with permission of publisher.(Sorry about the format...)By Michelle Garcia Winner, CCC-SLPOur daily lives are made up ofan endless stream of thoughts,decisions, actions and reactionsto the people and environmentin which we live. The internal andexternal actions fit together, s ... Read on »
Improving health literacy outside the doctor’s clinic by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 10:48pm Health literacy is not an issue only for the doctor’s clinic. It affects the whole community and since prevention is better than cure, we need to work on improving the entire community’s health literacy level rather than only work on one patient at a time. Improving health literacy requires a multi-dimensional effort from all community members ... Read on »
Self-Education 101 by Dr. Daisy S. Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Thu 08 Aug 2013 7:00am Self-education is the most organic form of learning. We were born wired for self-education and come into the world naturally self-educating. “It is a miracle that curiosity survives a formal education.” Albert Einstein Our society is structured around institutional learning and if you’re like me, you grew up in an artificial lea ... Read on »