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Although we like to think of childhood as a time of joy and innocence, the American Psychological Association estimates that about 15 million children in the U.S. have a diagnosable mental health disorder and millions more are at risk because of inherent or environmental factors. Yet only about 7% of these young people receive the…

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Hopper,Kate_hs

Parenting is full of surprises. And, as wonderful as it often is, parenting nearly always is more challenging and complicated than most of us could have imagined before we had children. When medical emergencies threaten both mom and baby, the ensuing emotions can be overwhelming. Such was the case for this week’s Mom Enough guest,…

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Early experiences form your baby’s brain architecture. Learn what that means in this University of Minnesota Institute of Child Development video!   For the UofM’s Institute of Child Development, click here.

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October is ADHD Awareness Month, a perfect time to move beyond discussions of the prevalence and possible causes of this widespread problem to practical ways to reduce the stress and conflict often experienced in families living with ADHD. This week’s Mom Enough guests are Dr. Michele Borba, author and frequent Today Show contributor, and Elaine…

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Nielsen,Linda_hs

A wealth of research highlights the importance of fathers to the development of both sons and daughters. Yet many women say they don’t really know their fathers very well and/or they often feel criticized by their fathers. In situations of divorce or separation, these issues often are even more pronounced. But, as Wake Forest professor…

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