Parenting Isn't for Sissies | Terrorism, airports and your kids

As long as people exist who would do us harm, it seems to me we must do whatever it takes to foil their plans. Read...

 

Crime Prevention Council launches new campaign against bullying

Want to stop bullying? Teaching a little respect is a good place to start, and a new campaign is doing just that. Read...

 

Blocking software is effective at sheilding kids from porn

Let's face it: The Internet can be a scary place. But a new study finds that using filtering and blocking software on at-home computers can reduce children’s exposure to the worst of the Web. Read...

 

Are you ready for spring cleaning?

The average person creates 4.5 pounds of garbage every day. But on your annual Spring Cleaning Day, that amount likely triples—or more. This year, why not find new places for your trash instead of landfills?  Read...

 

Have the sex talk early and often, study says

Parents hoping for an excuse to delay the big “sex talk” are out of luck. A new study has found that parents having the conversation sooner leads to safer sex. Read...

 

Sushi isn't just for grown-ups

Definitely more than the “raw fish” my sons feared, SUSHISAMBA Rio in Chicago offers a fusion of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisines. Read...

 

Editor's Note | Love of country, sacrifices of family

The men and women serving our country will miss the moments we take for granted as parents. We owe them a debt of gratitude. Read...

 

Staff Sgt. Eliece Soebbing: Mom goes to war

Staff Sgt. Eliece Soebbing got to see her daughter's first steps, and that's enough to keep this first-time mom going. Read...

 

Spc. Brandon Ford: Longing for a bedtime story

Four-year-old Misha Ford will have to settle for her dad's voice on a tape recorder, reading her a bedtime story. Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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