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Secrets of SnapChat Revealed: What Every Parent Needs to Know

Dec 10, 2014
By: Kids In The House
For many parents, it's hard to keep up with all the social media and apps that kids and teenagers are engaging on every single day. Kids In The House wants to help calm your worries and teach you what you need to know. Watch this Google Hangout with tech experts Lori Getz and Theresa Payton!...
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The Dangers of Window Blinds

Dec 09, 2014
By: Linda Kaiser, Parents for Window Blind Safety
June 12th 2002 was a perfect summer night. I kissed my twins goodnight and laid them down to sleep in their room. My husband had taken our 5-year-old daughter for a walk in the wagon while I did some cleaning up. I could hear my little babies playing and laughing as they always did in their cribs...
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Geena Davis Institute Red Carpet Interviews With Blue Greene

Dec 09, 2014
By: Kids In The House
Kids In The House reporter Blue Greene conducted great interviews on the red carpet at the Geena Davis Institute on Gender In Media special holiday event with individuals in the entertainment industry including Geena Davis, Dr. Wendy Walsh, Chris Nee, Burton Ritchie, and Bonnie Arnold. Blue also...
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Domestic Violence: Where Our Attention Should Be Focused

Dec 03, 2014
By: Karen Ogden
In 2014 we've seen domestic violence highlighted by the mainstream media unusually frequently. This is due in large part to the issues that plagued the NFL leading up to its current season, with multiple star players being accused of, charged, and/or suspended for domestic violence issues. In fact...
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Seven Safety Tips from Top Parenting Experts

Nov 13, 2014
By: Kids In The House
As parents we have naturally worried about our children since the day they were born. We live in constant fear that something bad may happen to them and that we may do something wrong to make things worse. However, there are simple safety tips that can help you keep your family safe. Check out...
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The Adoption Option

Nov 07, 2014
By: Kids In The House
The decision to adopt is an important and rewarding experience for any family. Raising an adopted child not only helps the child, but also helps a family grow. While adopting a child is a great opportunity, it also leads to many questions and some potential challenges. Attorneys, psychologists, and...
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Finding Success With Learning Disabilities

Oct 30, 2014
By: Kids In The House
According to the National Center for Learning Disabilities, currently 2.4 million students are diagnosed with a learning disability and receive special education services in school each year. Learning disabilities can become very frustrating for children and their parents as they try to support...
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The Balancing Act: Life of A Working Mom

Oct 15, 2014
By: Kids In The House
Being a mom is certainly a job in which every mother faces obstacles on a daily basis. And being a working mom presents unique challenges, including the stress of balancing home life and work life. How can a parent be successful in both aspects of their lives? Kids In The House CEO, Leana Greene,...
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7th Graders Then Vs. 7th Graders Now

Sep 29, 2014
By: Jacqueline P. Adams
When 7th Grader, Tayler Weatherall, posted a photo of herself wearing heavy eye makeup, a maroon midriff top, and a belly button ring to her now-private Instagram page a few weeks ago, twitter exploded with concerned tweets. Weatherall, who captioned the photo, “first day of 7 grade,” spurred an...
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