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What You Need to Know About Precocious Puberty

Precocious puberty is a medical condition in which kids mature earlier than normal.

Smartick: Integrating Math Into Everyday Life

Editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis saw first-hand how math can be made a part of a daily routine, with help from Smartick. - Sponsored

The Benefits of Eating as a Family

Although sitting down and eating together may not happen overnight, here are five ways to help bring people back to the dinner table to establish more meaningful connections.

Letter From The Editor: In Praise of the ’80s Summer

Remember how summer used to be in the '80s? Less scheduled fun and less fussing. Editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis is taking the freedom approach this summer by letting her girls go outside and have fun.

Yellow Squash Turmeric Tofu Scramble

Tofu acts as a flavour sponge, so it needs a bunch of seasoning to really shine. In this recipe, cumin and turmeric add flavor, Dijon mustard adds a necessary “eggy” taste, and the almond milk–nutritional yeast mixture makes it more like a creamy, soft scramble. The yellow squash and its egg-like color intermingle with the tofu, adding a bit more veggie punch to your breakfast.

5 Screen-Free Ways to Use Your Smartphone This Summer

Smartphone use isn't all bad, folks! Here are five non-screen ways for your brood to get fun out of your phone this summer.

Rock Art Cacti (and a Home Décor Craft for the Grownups!)

Perfect as an afternoon craft project and to give as gifts, these rock art cuties are a fun way for kids (and parents) to flex their creative muscles.

Caring For Your Baby’s Primary Teeth

Start your child off with good dental habits—even before a tooth makes its grand appearance—to help keep their teeth healthy, strong and protected for decades to come.

7 Ways to Improve Your Waiting Room Experience

I'm in the ER, but where's McDreamy? (Oh wait...) One parent gives helpful tips for surviving the waiting room.

Touchy Subject: Should You Pay Your Kids for Chores?

Sure, offering your kid money to vacuum, sweep or tidy their toys gives them more incentive. But should you? Two moms and an expert weigh in.

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