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A whole new class of kindergarteners may be headed to school with more than just crayons in their backpacks. The latest must have? A cellphone.
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Distressed parents: Prom dresses too short, too sexy

Kelly Wallace, CNN  |  posted Apr 17th - 6:17pm
For Holly Manson, a mom of three teens in Oakland, Maine, one simple saying has made the difference between absolute dread during prom season and actually welcoming the rite of passage.
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Fighting back the superficial 'sexy' trend

Connie Sokol, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 17th - 2:31pm
Like many women, I'm done with the relentless onslaught from society of what is supposed to be "sexy." Rather than focus on plump lips and smooth skin, real women talk about what's really attractive about their husbands.
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Nebraska principal sorry for 'don't tattle' flier

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 17th - 11:16am
A Nebraska school principal has apologized for sending fifth-grade students home with a flier that advises those who are bullied to not tattle on their tormentors.
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From soda to coffee: Kids' caffeine consumption is changing

Amanda Taylor  |  posted Apr 16th - 8:34pm
Although the rate of consumption has not changed, the ways kids are getting their caffeine has, according to a new report by Pediatrics.
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Dress codes: Where should schools set limits?

Martha Irvine, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 16th - 11:51am
They're called leggings — popular fashion items that are tight-fitting pants to some, and glorified tights to others.
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Wednesday's Child: Crystal

Ashley Kewish  |  posted Apr 16th - 11:00am
When a foster child isn't adopted by the age of 18, they are slowly phased out of the system, but Wednesday's Child Crystal said no matter what age she is, she will always want a family.
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Fathers as likely as mothers to kill their infants, study shows

Marjorie Cortez  |  posted Apr 16th - 7:33am
Fifteen percent of homicides in the United States are filicides — children killed by a parent. Nearly 10 percent of filicides occur during a child's first week of life, according to a new statistical analysis of 32 years of homicide arrest data.
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The best things about raising boys

Alison Snyder, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted Apr 15th - 8:31pm
Before becoming a parent I never really thought about what it would be like to have boys. It's a loud and dirty wild adventure, with days colored by mud and potty humor, and I have no regrets.
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Beautiful 'Star Wars' funeral for a 4-year-old Jedi

Travis Poppleton for Ok.com  |  posted Apr 15th - 10:31am
The family of 4-year-old Jack Robinson of Hampshire, England, said their goodbyes at a "Star Wars" themed funeral.
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Infant's life saved after new heart procedure

Josh Furlong  |  posted Apr 15th - 10:25am
A new procedure is available to help infants of a heart defect that affects hundreds of children yearly. But because the Food and Drug Administration doesn't recognize the procedure, few families know about its usefulness and health benefits.
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Fussy infants and toddlers watch more TV, study says

Saundra Young, CNN  |  posted Apr 14th - 8:36pm
According to a new study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, fussy babies and toddlers tend to watch more TV and videos than infants with no issues or mild issues. And that can lead to problems down the road.
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