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Got Teens? Get Connected

By Melisa Holmes, M.D., and Trish Hutchison, M.D. In today’s high speed, sexually charged, just-do-it culture, what parent wouldn’t want his or her teen to have the best safety net possible? Parents who stay connected with their kids have a crucial advantage, because this “connectedness” has been linked to positive …

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Find Relief From Postpartum Depression

Beyond Baby Blues Find Relief From Postpartum Depression There are women who have lived through postpartum mood disorders who actually become enthusiastic about the subject. That may be hard to imagine, but, when one has experienced something as intense as an emotional upheaval during postpartum, it’s hard to forget. One …

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What to Buy for Baby

What to Buy for Baby You’re bringing baby home. What are the must-haves? Every expectant mother wants to be prepared with all the essentials for the baby. Today, there is the convenience of baby registries to let friends and family know what she needs for the new baby. Babies “R” …

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Beth Tfiloh’s Team Approach to Enrichment and Development

“Teach a child in his own way; He will not swerve from it even in old age.” –Proverbs 22:6 Students truly flourish when their teachers see their strengths. Beth Tfiloh Lower School’s team approach to education provides opportunities for students to learn in small groups for a more personalized classroom …

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