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Archive of: Healthy Family

Title Issue
Stuttering

Stuttering

Over three million Americans suffer from stuttering, an enigmatic speech disorder.

May - June 2014
Is My Teen Moody or Depressed?

Is My Teen Moody or Depressed?

Moodiness swings into depression when symptoms last for more than two weeks or when they cause impairment.

September 2013
Too Sick for School?

Too Sick for School?

Assessing a child’s symptoms according to a set of standards can aid a parent in determining if the child is too sick to attend class.

August 2013

Sun Safe

Don't get slack about sunscreen application. It can save you and your children from skin cancer.

July 2013
Get Walking

Get Walking

When a baby begins walking is as individual as they are.

May - June 2013
Sleep Safely

Sleep Safely

The Back to Sleep campaign reduced SIDS deaths by 50 percent and there are other measures parents can take towards safer sleeping.

April 2013
Learning Differences

Learning Differences

Though parents know their children better than anyone else, they frequently are the last to realize that their child’s poor grades stem from an actual and usually correctable, or, at the very least, manageable, problem.

March 2013
Mindful or Mindless

Mindful or Mindless

A few bites here, a few more there, can add up to holiday weight gain.

Dec - Jan 2013
Decoding Diabetes

Decoding Diabetes

National Diabetes Month is a great time to learn about this disease and the research of scientists at GHSU.

November 2012
Flu Facts

Flu Facts

Flu season is about to hit, so now it the time to prepare your family.

October 2012

May 31, 2013 09:32 pm
 Posted by  AnnieMJ17

I am a former freelance writer for Augusta Parent and I would like the links to my articles. Thank you.

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