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  • Teaching Your Child How to Swallow Pills for Parents

    Swallowing a pill is something that many of us take for granted. But just like any skill, learning to swallow a pill takes practice.

  • Finding Respite Care for Your Child With Special Needs for Parents

    Finding that perfect person to care for your child can be a challenge. These resources can help.

  • About Finn's Cancer Story for Parents

    Find out more about Finn and the groundbreaking show that gives young children a gentle introduction to cancer treatment.

  • Gratitude: A Worksheet for Teens

    Feeling grateful for what we have (instead of obsessing about what we don't) can help us get more out of life. This worksheet is designed to get you thinking about gratitude.

  • Gratitude for Teens

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good. Focusing on what's good in our lives can also be good for us. Find out how in this article for teens.

  • 3 Ways to Practice Gratitude for Teens

    Gratitude doesn't just feel good, it can be good for you. These 3 steps can help you start feeling more appreciative of the good things in your life.

  • 3 Ways to Build Strong Bones for Parents

    We build almost all our bone density when we're kids and teens. Kids with strong bones have a better chance of avoiding bone weakness later in life. Here's how parents can help.

  • A Guy's Guide to Body Image for Teens

    Many people think of guys as being carefree when it comes to appearance. But guys spend plenty of time in front of the mirror. And some worry just as much as girls do about their looks.

  • Starting a Farm-to-School Program for Parents

    Farm-to-school programs are a great way to get students excited about healthy eating. This article is for educators.

  • Keeping Your Child Healthy During Cancer Remission for Parents

    Many families with a child in remission feel empowered to make lifestyle changes that could benefit their child's health in the future. Here are some tips.