2009 October

Chicago Parent

With mixed-ability cast, Tellin' Tales Theatre takes on the economy, stereotypes

Tellin' Tales Theatre, a mentoring program that pairs middle-school kids and adults with disabilities, takes on the economy in its latest production, "Six Stories Up in the Economy," which runs Oct. 16-25. Read...

 

Video | New exhibit teaches kids the science behind drugs

In 2007, Highland Park native Cebrin Goodman died of a heroin overdose. Last month, a new exhibit opened at the Robert Crown Center in Hinsdale, dedicated to Goodman and built to teach students the actual science behind "Just Say No."  Read...

 

Some risks still unknown with pregnancy and antidepressants

A new report about the risks versus benefits of taking antidepressants during pregnancy confirms what many women already know: the choice is rarely clear, or easy. Read...

 

Be your son's best advocate at home and school

It’s a fact that many are overlooking: Boys are simply not thriving in school. What you can do to make sure your son succeed. Read...

 

Parents' education helps kids

How much you earn is less important than how much you know when it comes to boosting kids’ brain power. Read...

 

Help baby breathe easier in car seats

Infants in car seats have mildly lower oxygen levels than babies in cribs, study shows. Read...

 

YOU! The Experience opens at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago

The Museum of Science and Industry just made keeping your family healthy a little easier.  Read...

 

Out with the kids: Mitchell's Soda Shop

Nothing beats ice cream for a special family treat. Find ice cream heaven at Mitchell's Soda Shop. Read...

 

Jeff Corwin on parenting and nature

Jeff Corwin has dedicated his life to traveling the world in search of animals.  Read...

 
 





 
 
 
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