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Anxiety and its Effect on Children

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Adulting is hard–there’s work, laundry, home repairs, bills, a waning social life, and everything that goes along with having children. On top of that, we are living in a dangerous world that can cause fear and worry. It’s no surprise that parents th... Read full article

Baton Rouge Children's Advocacy Center

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“Recently, a child was acting up in school, was suspended, and went from being an A student to a C student. The family thought they just had a child acting out. An interested person, knowing there’s often another layer, started asking questions, and... Read full article

10 Ways to Reduce Allergies this Spring

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The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and the temperatures are warmer which can only mean one thing: spring is here! As the region is finally thawing from the harsh winter freeze, the annual spring pollen season will soon arrive. This sea... Read full article

Soothing Separation Anxiety

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Tips to help you and your child(ren) learn that it is okay to let go.... Read full article

Switching Schools

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One mom's story.... Read full article



Simple Storytelling

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Tell Me About The Good Ol' Days... Read full article

Making Fitness a Priority

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It's important that fitness be a priority in your life. Here's how to make it a reality.... Read full article

10 Tips to Put a Stop to Bad Biting Habits

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Young children bite for a variety of reasons—teething, feeling frustrated, seeking attention, looking for a reaction, or just exploring their world. With a little guidance, however, the behavior can stop. Here are 10 tips to help: Address it immedia... Read full article

Smarter Lunches Eating in EBR Schools

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As parents, we naturally have some questions about our kids’ lunches. We know what they eat when we’re around to monitor, but during the school year? ... Read full article

Let Them Sweat

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Let it be summer. Let them play, make up games, sweat, and don’t feel bad for them at all.... Read full article

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