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Lunchbox: Ask kids how to be a better parent

Kids can teach parents one of the most important life lessons: how to be a better parent. Here are four ways your children can help you to be a better mom or dad. (Huffington Post)

In the early months of pregnancy, moms have more to worry about than morning sickness. Exposure to bisphenol A, a chemical found in water bottles and food containers, significantly increases the likelihood that their children will experience wheezing early in life. (HealthFinder/HealthDay News)

If your child has a computer, they can easily watch R-rated movies, despite their age. Keep your kids watching PG-rated films with these ideas. (ParentDish)


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