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Why You Should Say Yes to Flu Shots This Year

Keep the kids protected.

Ask the Expert: Math Anxiety - Fact or Fiction

Students who learn differently are capable of achieving and meeting high expectations, and are doing that and more at Landmark College in Vermont.

Living with ADHD

A NJ mom shares her advice on what to do after your child's been diagnosed.

The Best Shampoos to Remove Chlorine From Your Kid’s Hair

Stop the damage with some of our favorite products or make your own treatment at home.

Did You Know Babies Can Get Cavities?

Tips to keep their tiny chompers squeaky clean and cavity free.

Get a Handle on Your Lower Back Pain

About 80 percent of adults will experience lower back pain at some point. Here’s how to find relief.

5 Medical Terms that Get Your Pediatrician's Attention

Sesame Place Is the First Theme Park That’s a Certified Autism Center

This Pennsylvania destination is worth the trip, especially for special needs families.

Things to Do with Your Special Needs Kid for National Autism Awareness Month

These sensory-friendly events are perfectly crafted to keep them busy all April long.

Popcorn for the People Is About More Than Just Tasty Treats

This East Brunswick-based nonprofit has a unique way of giving back to the community.

Making Your Special Needs Kid's Dental Visit a Breeze

These simple tips could relieve some stress.

10 Things I Know to Be True About Raising a Child with Autism

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 12-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares some of the many things her son has taught her.

How to Have "The Talk"

Who’s more embarrassed to chat about the birds and the bees—you or the kids?

Your Depression Can Become Your Teen's Problem

These studies show your kids' mental health has a lot to do with yours.

How to Identify the Warning Signs of Dyslexia

Is your kid struggling in school? Does he have trouble remembering words? These may be signs of a language learning disability.