Family Favorites Winners - 2016

Work & Family: Kids have their favorites. It can be a favorite number, color or ice cream flavor, but they most certainly know what they like. And parents do too. Read more…

Sibling Summer

Child Development: You spent the better part of the school year taking deep breaths as your kids battled over who would get the first shower after soccer practice. You intervened gently as they attempted to strangle each other for the last slice of pizza. And now summer, with all its extra family time, is upon you. Can you make it to autumn alive? Read more…

Is Your Sunscreen Safe?

Safety: Summer is here and that means more fun in the sun and a healthy dose of vitamin D. That’s good news, but be sure to protect yourself and your kids from harmful rays. We get two kinds of rays from the sun. One is UVB, and the other is UVA. UVB rays can cause sunburn and cancer. UVA can cause skin cancer, and early wrinkling and skin aging. This ray is also what the body is exposed to in a tanning bed. Read more…

Cirque du Soleil’s Paramour

What to Keep in Your Medicine Cabinet

Safety: Springtime brings warm weather pleasures as well as its hazards – the cuts, bumps and insect bites that come from enjoying time in the great outdoors. Peer into your medicine cabinet to be sure it is stocked with the first aid supplies and over-the-counter remedies you’ll need for minor emergencies, allergies and illnesses that can strike any time. Read more…

Top Kid Golf Experiences in Westchester

Child Development: Tiger Woods started golf lessons very young. And while your child may not aspire to go pro right now, golf is still a great sport for kids. The discipline, coordination and sportsmanship required can enhance your child’s scholastic and social ability. Read more…

Save Your Sight

Safety: According to The Vision Council (thevisioncouncil.org), an educational voice for vision care products and services, 75 percent of Americans are concerned about UV eye exposure, but only 31 percent wear sunglasses. And parents are more likely to wear sunglasses (56 percent) than their children (29 percent). Read more…

Youth Hearing Loss Spikes

Technology: One in five American teens now suffer from some form of hearing loss, according to a study by the Journal of the American Medical Association. In 1994 that rate was roughly one in eight. Much of this rise in teen hearing loss is attributed to Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL). A form of hearing loss that develops when the mechanisms of the inner ear are damaged by prolonged exposure to harmful sound levels. Read more…
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Rockettes Spectacular

Travel: Radio City’s Rockettes put on a wonderful show featuring the entire city of New York magically coming together to help two children who’ve been separated from their parents. The iconic dancing Rockettes give an incredible performance in this show, which has been extended due to popular demand. Check schedule for times July 15-20, 22, 24-27, 29-30. For all ages. $39-$130. Reservations required. Radio City Music Hall, 1260 6th Ave., New York. 866-858-0007. rockettes.com. Read more…

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