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  • Hey! A Scorpion Stung Me! for Kids

    Scorpions are about three inches long (about the length of a crayon), with eight legs and a small pair of claws that look like crabs' claws. Read all about them.

  • Hey! A Brown Recluse Spider Bit Me! for Kids

    The brown recluse spider is one of six poisonous kinds of spiders in the United States. Learn more about the brown recluse spider.

  • Hey! A Black Widow Spider Bit Me! for Kids

    The black widow spider is one of six poisonous kinds of spiders in the United States. Learn more about them!

  • 5 Ways to Prevent Stress Buildup for Teens

    Everyday stressors have a way of piling up if we don't keep them in check. Adding these 5 simple actions to your regular routine can help you avoid that "bogged down by stress" feeling.

  • Keeping Portions Under Control for Parents

    Waistlines have been expanding over the last few decades. Part of the problem is what we eat, but another is quantity. Are our plates simply piled too high?

  • Healthy Habits for Life Resource Kit Part 3: Every Day is a ... for Educators

    Every day can be a healthy day for you and your children. Help children bring together the learning they've done so far. Celebrate their achievements as you all stay healthy and strong - everyday.

  • Can the Weather Affect My Asthma? for Kids

    Weather can affect a person's asthma. Find out how in this article for kids.

  • Handling Sports Pressure and Competition for Teens

    Winning is all that matters when you play sports, right? Not when that means you can't even enjoy the game. Read about how to handle sports pressure and competition.

  • Healthy Drinks for Kids for Parents

    What kids drink can drastically affect the amount of calories consumed, as well as the amount of calcium needed to build strong bones.

  • Financial Management During Crisis for Parents

    Although the emotional price of raising a seriously ill child can be devastating, it's only part of the picture. Even during this difficult time, you have to consider the financial implications.