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Kids and Covid Tests: What You Need to Know

Kids and Covid Tests: What You Need to Know

Kids and Covid Tests: What You Need to Know Kids and Covid Tests: What You Need to Know If you’re still unsure if your child needs a test, call their pediatrician, said Dr. Kristin Moffitt, an infectious disease specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital. You can also take the C.D.C.’s clinical assessment tool, which can be used for any family member, …

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How 11 Kids Think the Biden Administration Should Spend Our Money

How 11 Kids Think the Biden Administration Should Spend Our Money

How 11 Kids Think the Biden Administration Should Spend Our Money How 11 Kids Think the Biden Administration Should Spend Our Money Vaccines, global warming, kid-sized chairs. Source link

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Accessible Parks for Kids and Families

Accessible Parks for Kids and Families

Accessible Parks for Kids and Families Accessible Parks for Kids and Families For kids (and really, all of us), there’s not a lot about this year that’s normal. One constant? That the great outdoors are just as great as ever. And many federal and state parks and organizations are working on expanding inexpensive access for kids and their families. Yes, …

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How to Talk to Kids About Porn

How to Talk to Kids About Porn

How to Talk to Kids About Porn How to Talk to Kids About Porn The models are hired to perform, so it is possible that it’s contractual, not consensual. There’s nothing private about it. Privacy is a healthy component of a sexual relationship. What you’re seeing is not realistic on many levels. For example, a 10-minute sex scene may take …

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With These Experiences for Kids, All the Living Room’s a Stage

With These Experiences for Kids, All the Living Room’s a Stage

With These Experiences for Kids, All the Living Room’s a Stage With These Experiences for Kids, All the Living Room’s a Stage Back in March, when New York’s governor abruptly ordered Broadway theaters to shut their narrow lobby doors, many of us thought they would soon open again — in April or July, surely by January. I remember kidding a …

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Ways to Get Your Kids Moving

Ways to Get Your Kids Moving

Ways to Get Your Kids Moving Ways to Get Your Kids Moving As any parent overseeing homeschool knows: Zoom P.E. is hardly a hard-driving Peloton class. It’s more like your kid lying on the floor of the living room doing halfhearted leg-lifts by the light of her laptop. Many students, particularly tweens and teens, are not moving their bodies as …

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The Rich Kids Who Want to Tear Down Capitalism

The Rich Kids Who Want to Tear Down Capitalism

The Rich Kids Who Want to Tear Down Capitalism The Rich Kids Who Want to Tear Down Capitalism And that money, like all wealth in the United States, is extremely concentrated in the upper brackets. Mr. Jacobs, whose grandfather was a founder of Qualcomm, expects to receive up to $100 million over the course of his lifetime. Most of his …

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Four Walls, Three Kids and Two Parents

Four Walls, Three Kids and Two Parents

Four Walls, Three Kids and Two Parents Four Walls, Three Kids and Two Parents Andrew Mangum is a photographer in Baltimore, Md., who spent eight months documenting his home life during the pandemic with his wife, Jennifer, and their three children, Fox, 8, Madeline, 6, and Bryson, 4. Finding the words to describe this time feels overwhelming, which is probably …

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Are ‘Kidfluencers’ Making Our Kids Fat?

Are ‘Kidfluencers’ Making Our Kids Fat?

Are ‘Kidfluencers’ Making Our Kids Fat? Are ‘Kidfluencers’ Making Our Kids Fat? “It looks like a normal child playing with their normal games, but as a researcher who studies childhood obesity, the branded products really stood out to me,” Dr. Bragg said. “When you watch these videos and the kids are pretending to bake things in the kitchen or unwrapping …

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Help! My Kids Don’t Want to Go Outside

Help! My Kids Don't Want to Go Outside

Help! My Kids Don’t Want to Go Outside Help! My Kids Don’t Want to Go Outside The comforts of being home vs. the scary outdoors After four months of near-confinement in a two-bedroom apartment in Park Slope, Brooklyn, Shruti Kapoor, who runs a nonprofit organization for women in India, noticed that her 4-year-old daughter, Diya, lost any desire to leave …

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