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Freshman year of college is known for new experiences, but it also presents challenges. The W-Curve is an emotional pattern incoming students find themselves experiencing their first year in college.
Many college students struggle with depression or anxiety. As school resumes, talk about these conditions with your student, and brush up on symptoms and warning signs so you can step in with help.
Technology has changed how we live, interact and communicate — all of which have significant health consequences. Get tips to be intentional with screen time and create healthy media habits.
In our digital world, most of us own electronic devices with screens. Can screen time or video games become an addiction? Learn how to spot the signs and what you can do.
Resiliency is the ability to become strong, healthy or successful after something bad happens. Learn how you can provide support and help build resiliency when children face bullying, illness or divorce.
In the aftermath of gun violence, you may ask how you can help your children feel safe or reassure yourself that your children are safe. Here's how.
The quest for a perfect body can take a heavy toll on your child. Learn how to help them develop and maintain a healthy body image and self-esteem.
Summertime can significantly change children's sleep habits. As your family prepares for a new school year, consider sleep routines and if your children are getting enough sleep.
As your family gears up for another school year, use this checklist to address the health and well-being of your children.
Most children experience abdominal pain from time to time. As a parent, it can be hard to decide if your child's abdominal pain is normal or the sign of something more serious. Here's how to know.
How much time do you and your family members spend on a screen? Are you missing out on something else important to you? Learn about the many benefits of cutting down on screen time.
Confident children believe in themselves and can face new challenges without fear. Learn why these are essential for a happy life and how parents can communicate self-worth using these 5 messages.