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by: Katy Abel

Tune Out Professional Wrestling

Tune Out Professional Wrestling

It's nine o'clock on a school night. Two boys are checking out the action figures in an aisle at Kmart. Spiderman and Batman, perched high on an inaccessible shelf, garner little interest. The new superheroes have names like Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, and The Undertaker.

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Vision Problems

Vision Problems

Ocular-Motor and Eye-Teaming Skills

Vision also depends on proper functioning of the eye muscles. Ocular muscles keep the eyes aligned and help them move smoothly and simultaneously. Visual acuity in each eye may be normal, but if the eyes don't work together as a team like a pair of binoculars, conflicting fields of visual input can result in confusing misperceptions about the world. Working in concert with vestibular and visual sensory information, the eye muscles must also be able to...

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Updated: December 2, 2020

The Key Signs Your Child Has Selective Hearing and What to Do About It

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Concerned about hearing loss? It could be selective hearing. Selective hearing is the natural process by which we filter out background noise, picking up the auditory information that is important to us. Selective hearing is a helpful phenomenon, but it can become problematic if the brain filters out what it should be paying attention to.

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Updated: February 12, 2020

7 Old-School Kid Shows that You Wish Would Make a Comeback

Old-School Television

Remember the excitement of tuning in each week for the newest episode of some of your favorite old kid shows? While the modern version of sitting down in front of the TV today with your family might look more like everyone pulling out their hand-held devices, it's still fun to see a resurgence of some family-friendly TV shows from your youth. With Fraggle Rock returning to HBO, we were inspired to remember some of our other favorites from our childhood that should be next on television executives' lists to revive.

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by: Cara J. Stevens

Potty Training Tips for When Your Kid Won't Go

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Touring the Gym Equipment

Touring the Gym Equipment

Health clubs are loaded with amazing machinery. With all the high-tech, futuristic equipment that's available, it can almost feel like you're on The Jetsons. (“Hey Jane, how long you been on that Stairmaster?”) Take advantage of this and try them all. Don't get stuck in that “same machine day-in, day-out” routine. Swap around from week to week and keep your workouts interesting and fun.

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Updated: February 12, 2020

Pinkalicious Author Victoria Kann Spills on Everything From Her Next Book to Motherhood

Pinkalicious by Victoria Kann

New Yorker Victoria Kann is a  staunch literacy advocate, and with good reason. She’s the writer and illustrator of the best-selling children’s book series, Pinkalicious, which spent over 100 days on the New York Times Bestseller list and has sold more than 24 million books worldwide. There’s also Pinkalicious cookbooks, stickers, activity books, toys, and a touring, successful off-Broadway show. 

Teaching Your Child About Strangers

Teaching Your Child About Strangers

One of the most troublesome safety concerns for parents is the issue of dealing with strangers. You certainly don't want to quash your child's friendliness if he is naturally outgoing. Nor do you want to terrorize your child, making him paranoid and scared of everyone by dwelling on such unpleasant possibilities as kidnapping, rape, and murder.

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Updated: June 21, 2022

Beyond the Easter Bunny: 20 Other Famous Rabbits

20 Famous Bunnies

Did you know that many famous rabbits are arguably more popular overall compared to the hopping bunny that brings our little ones baskets of treats every Easter? Many famous rabbits have become pop culture icons that everyone recognizes, reminding us all that the Easter Bunny isn't the only well-known rabbit. Even though come springtime, he is the one who gets all the press. What makes these other fictional rabbits just as if not more famous than the Easter Bunny?