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Culinary Boot Camp Teaches Kids Skills for the Kitchen

The Culinary Boot Camp at Deep River Recreation Center & Park in High Point starts May 5.

Volunteer Program Enables Teens to Give Back to Community

Summer Teen Volunteer Program at Greensboro Science Center

Is Tween’s Frequent Crying Normal or Cause for Concern?

Crying at the drop of a hat can be a sign of depression.

Step Into Spring With Pantone’s Colors of the Year

Chill out with these casual styles inspired by the soothing shades of Pantone’s colors of the year — rose quartz and serenity.

Hideaway Woods: A Natural Playscape Blooms in Durham

Take your family to Hideaway Woods, a 2-acre, forested escape featuring eight interconnected treehouses at the Museum of Life and Science in Durham.

New Health Screening Guidelines, TelemedicineApp, Asthma Rates Drop

Learn about the recommended new guidelines for depression, high cholesterol and HIV screenings, a new telemedicine app and kids asthma news.

Encouraging Healthy Media Use for Kids

Encouraging a lifetime of healthy media use is more complex than ever before.

How to Encourage Better Dental Health For Your Child

An age-by-age guide to keeping your kid's teeth gleaming.

LEGOLAND: Everything Is Awesome!

Planning is key before heading to this popular Florida theme park.

Is Your Child Ready for Overnight Camp?

Sleepaway camps can do wonders for a child’s personal growth and development.

Children Unplug and Explore Nature at N.C. Adventure Camps

Extreme camp experiences draw children from all of the world to camps in North Carolina.

How Often Does Your Child Go to the Dentist?

The American Dental Association reveals how often parents of children under age 18 visit the dentist.

Embrace Festive, Chic Valentine’s Day Finds

Add a touch of Valentine’s Day to your style all year with these chic finds.

Eat Right for a Healthy Heart

The leading risk factor for death and disability in the U.S. is poor diet quality, but eating healthier foods won't break the bank.

Helping Kids Set and Reach Goals

Learning to set and achieve goals boosts kids’ success in a big way.

Take Folic Acid for Good Health

Women who consume the recommended amount of folic acid — 400 micrograms — before and during early pregnancy can help prevent major birth defects.

Winter Style and Beauty Treats Make January Joyful

Survive the winter slump with these cold-weather beauty and style treats.

Health Coaches Help Families Meet Fitness Goals

Need more sleep, exercise or better eating habits? Health coaches offer a step-by-step, supportive process that they say can lead to permanent lifestyle changes.

Medicine Cabinet Checklist

What's in your medicine cabinet? Check out this list of items every parent should have on hand. Pus, find out what you should not have.

Screening Injured Children Could Identify Physical Abuse Earlier

Researchers have found that increased and routine testing of children with sentinel injuries would identify other children with abuse who might otherwise be missed.
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