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HPV Vaccine for Boys Could Protect More at Same Cost

The CDC recommends that both boys and girls ages 11-12 receive the HPV vaccine.

The Benefits of Music Lessons

How do you determine if music lessons are right for your child?

9 Tips From Teachers to Kick Off the School Year Right

Check out these teacher tips for your child to enjoy a smart, happy start to school.

Teaching Kids the Value of Money

Here's an age-by-age guide for learning about money.

Tips to Help Your Teen Cope With Peer Pressure

Peers influence teens almost constantly through school, sports and social media.

Tips for a Smooth Toddler-Bed Transition

Smooth the way for a great toddler-bed transition with these tips.

Protecting Your Children From the Sun

What you need to know about "baby" and "child" sunscreens.

Oh no! Am I a helicopter parent?

Discovering what type of parenting style you possess is half the battle.

Two-Dimensional Parenting

Parenting does not always have to happen face-to-face.

4 Apps for Parents of Toddlers & Preschoolers

Apps appropriate for preschoolers and their parents.

Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

If obsessions interfere with daily activities, consult your child's doctor.

Motivate Your Kids

Every child can be motivated to cooperate and meet goals.

5 Things I Don't Owe My Boys

There are some things parents do not owe their children.

Parenting: Turning In Your Own Child

Factors that motivate parents to turn in their own children.

What is Reactive Attachment Disorder?

Understanding Symptoms and Treatment for Reactive Attachment Disorder or RAD

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.

Six Ways to Support Parents of Children with Autism

Ways we can reach out to support parents of children with autism.

A Note for Senior Skip Day

You Know You're a Good Mom If...

What makes a good mom?

More on Parenting Cellularly Equipped Children

Raising cellularly equipped children.

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.

Parents Should Offer Reassurance, Patience When Introducing New Love Interest to Kids

Tips to help ease your children into your dating life:

Giving Back

One of the best ways to remember blessings is to reach out and help others who are less fortunate.

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.
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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.