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Archive of Health

Sports and Exercise: More Different Than Alike

What is Reactive Attachment Disorder?

Understanding Symptoms and Treatment for Reactive Attachment Disorder or RAD

Fit Families Reflect as Challenge Winds Down

What the Brays and the Cooks learned during the Fit Family Challenge

PSI Wants New Mothers to Know: You Are Not Alone.

PSI is dedicated to helping women suffering from perinatal mood disorders.

How to Teach Children to Write Their Names

Repitition will help children learn to write names

Neurofeedback can be effective in treating ADHD

Kids with ADHD may benefit from neurofeedback.

When it Comes to Exercise: Focus on the Fun!

Family Fitness Truths from a Single, Working Mom

Traveling with Children Who Have Allergies

11 tips for traveling with children who suffer from food allergies.

Fit Family Challenge SpotLight: The Cook Family

The Cook family of Thomasville join the Fit Family Challenge.

Understanding Food Allergies

Possible causes and treatments for food allergies.

Helping Siblings Get Along

Sibling tensions don't have to rule your home.

Ways to Overcome Your Child’s Shyness

Gifted children often suffer from shyness because they perceive themselves as different from others.

Heartstrings to Offer Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support Group

Heartstrings to offer support group in High Point

Communication is key in co-parenting, discipline

Eliminate mixed messages with non-negotiable rules

Raising Respectful Kids

Help your child learn to be more respectful and polite

Digital Privacy: Is it OK to Spy on Your Teen?

Should you "snoop" on your child's online activity?

Self-Control Strategies for Kids

Parents can help kids master self-control early in life and continue through the teen years.

Understanding Your Child's Bedtime Anxiety and Fears

Nightmares are fairly common in childhood, especially in kids younger than 10 years old.

Vitamin D: Is Your Child Getting Enough?

Making sure your child gets enough vitamin D

Four Free Apps for Good Health

Start the New Year off right with these four FREE health apps

Organizational Skills for Every Age

Even the most disorderly kids can learn to be more organized, beginning in toddlerhood.

Helping Kids Develop Healthy Hygiene Habits

Age-specific ways to help kids learn to love cleanliness

Depression and Anxiety Disorders in Kids

Understanding the four main areas of stress that are common to children dealing with depression

8 Traits of Disciplined Children

How do you identify kids who are disciplined?

Helping Your Child Choose Role Models

Age-by-age guidance on helping children pick and learn from positive, enduring role models

Talking to Your Kids About Your Breast Cancer Diagnosis

How do you tell the kids you have breast cancer?

The Benefits of Outdoor Play

Today's kids spend as few as seven minutes engaged in unstructured outdoor play per day

10 Tips for Parenting With Confidence

Basic tools to help you approach parenting with confidence

Teaching Kids to Make Good Choices

Age-by-age strategies for supporting strong decision-making skills
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Annual Guides

Education Guide

The all-new 2015-2016 Education Guide is packed with everything parents need to know to navigate more than 500 education options and resources in the Triad, including area preschools, private schools, public school systems, charter schools, boarding schools and academic resources.

GPS [Go. Play. See]

It's your complete family guide to Triad living. Parents are busy and on the go. Use this guide to help you explore all this great area offers for families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.

Exceptional Child

For parents of kids with special needs, finding help and support can be challenging. We've compiled valuable resources for Triad parents in our latest annual publication, Exceptional Child, which is also available as a digital guide.