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  • Kids With Crohn's

    Kids With Crohn's
    Kate Moskowitz was still in diapers when she diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that would change her life. Not many people have heard of Crohn’s disease, and there’s no one-size-fits-all method of treatment. Kate, now 5, has already...
  • Recognizing ADHD in children

    Recognizing ADHD in children
    As kids watch their last few days of summer vacation slowly slip away, their parents are preparing them for a return to the classroom. Some kids can't wait to get back to school, where they can continue their studies and spend time with their friends....
  • Will your child know you love them?

    Will your child know you love them?
    Spring is officially upon us, and while April showers keep us inside, it’s the perfect time of year to sit back, reflect and embark on meaningful home projects. It’s also a great opportunity to talk about your family’s future. After...
  • Getty Institute helps save China's Mogao Grottoes from tourism's impact

    Hewn by hand out of a cliff face in the Gobi Desert starting about 1,700 years ago, China's most spectacular cache of Buddhist caves has endured countless assaults over the centuries — earthquakes and floods, plundering foreign explorers and even...
  • Move to the music

    Move to the music
    Start and end your day on a high note. Music throughout the day encourages learning, listening and loving. Music is the language of childhood. For centuries, parents have sung songs of comfort and joy to small children. Music demarcates birthdays and...
  • Help improve your child's reading skills

    Help improve your child's reading skills
    Parents want their children to do the best they can at school. And reading every day is one of the most effective ways to become a lifelong reader and learner.  “Research shows that for young people, reading is the gateway to holding a job,...
  • Datebook: Digital art before GIFs, Afrofuturistic paintings, more

    Datebook: Digital art before GIFs, Afrofuturistic paintings, more
    Afrofuturistic works by an L.A. painter, performance in downtown, stepping back from the 3-D craze to take in digital art from the 1960s and a memorial for a museum. Here’s what we’ve got in the art hopper: Mark Steven Greenfield, “...
  • Game of Thrones books are engaging, epic

    Game of Thrones books are engaging, epic
    Known as The Game of Thrones, the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series includes “A Game of Thrones,” “A Clash of Kings,” “A Storm of Swords,” “A Feast for Crows,” “A Dance with Dragons,”...
  • 'Born of Illusion' is entertaining but not enchanting

    'Born of Illusion' is entertaining but not enchanting
    "Born of Illusion" presents a fresh peek into 1920s America, complete with flappers, booze and, surprisingly, a heavy dose of magic. Author Teri Brown crafts a tale aimed at readers interested in both fantasy and historical fiction, effectively bridging...
  • Roundup: Wonder Woman, LaBeouf; plus Giuliani, video game defender

    Roundup: Wonder Woman, LaBeouf; plus Giuliani, video game defender
    A certain cross-dressing, former New York City mayor defends a video game company, looters are busted at the Four Corners, images of the drought and a history of Wonder Woman. Plus, Sherlock wallpapers and digitally rendered museums. There is some...
  • Dr. Phillips Center poised to change face of Orlando

    Dr. Phillips Center poised to change face of Orlando
    Like many Orlando theater- and concertgoers, Audrey Lentz has wished for a new performing-arts center for a long time. A very long time. "I've been waiting since 1974 for this," said the Winter Park resident. "So I'm thrilled." After decades of...