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  • Computer-Related Repetitive Stress Injuries for Parents

    Kids often spend hours at the computer. So it's important for parents to know about the causes of repetitive stress injuries and how to prevent them.

  • Internet Safety for Parents

    The Internet is a wonderful resource, but access to it has its hazards for kids. Here's how to make sure your kids go online safely.

  • Online Safety for Teens

    Whether it's protecting yourself from hackers or cyberbullies, these tips for teens will help you navigate the digital world safely.

  • Healthy Habits for TV, Video Games, and the Internet for Parents

    TV, interactive video games, and the Internet can be excellent sources of education and entertainment, but too much plugged-in time can have unhealthy side effects.

  • Vision Facts and Myths for Parents

    Old wives' tales abound about the eyes. From watching TV to eating carrots, here's the lowdown on some vision facts and fiction.

  • Helping Your Teen With Homework for Parents

    Parents can play a crucial role in helping teens succeed in school by lending a little help, support, and guidance, and by knowing what problems demand their involvement and which ones require them to hang back.

  • Helping Your Gradeschooler With Homework for Parents

    During grade school, kids start getting homework to reinforce and extend classroom learning and teach them important study skills. Here's how parents can help.

  • Cold-Weather Sports and Your Family for Parents

    Tired of being cooped up in the house because of the cold weather? Get out in the snow and try a new sport with your family this winter!

  • Motivating School-Age Kids to Be Active for Parents

    Being active is a key component of good health for all school-age kids. So how do you get kids motivated to be active, especially those who aren't gifted athletes?

  • Handout: Media Literacy and Health (Grades 6 to 8) for Educators

    This handout is part of the Teacher's Guide on Media Literacy and Health for grades 6 to 8.