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Parents Daily News Roundup

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

Goody Blog Daily News Roundup

After Hardship and Homelessness, National Science Fair Honors
Samantha Garvey, an 18-year-old senior in Long Island, was named a semifinalist in the Intel Science Talent Search for her work with mussels.

Brain Scans Spot Early Signs of Dyslexia
Instead of waiting for a child to experience reading delays, scientists now say they can identify the reading problem even before children start school, long before they become labeled as poor students and begin to lose confidence in themselves.

Parents May Hold Key to Treating Kids’ Obesity
Parents and caregivers should be involved in treatment programs for obese children and should lead by example, praise children’s progress and use setbacks as learning opportunities, experts say.

Children’s Book Award Winners Named
The American Library Association named the winners of the country’s most prestigious children’s book awards on Monday.

Allergic to Cold? It’s a Real Condition, Experts Say
Grant Schlager sounds like a typical Minnesota kid: He loves to play outside, no matter how cold it gets, and he’s pretty excited that a slow-to-start snow season is finally underway. But Grant, who turns 12 this week, has a problem: He is literally allergic to cold. It makes him break out in hives and could cause more serious reactions if he’s not careful.

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Moms With Baby Carriers, Read This

Monday, January 23rd, 2012

Now that it seems like winter is really here in the Northeast, it seems like a good time to mention a product that crossed our desks. It’s called Peekaru Original, and it’s basically a fleece vest that fits right over any baby carrier, keeping your little one nice and toasty in the cold weather while warming you up, too. One mom who tested the Peekaru has a 17-month-old son. Her take: “At first I thought he’d hate it (better for babies?), but he loved it! Thought it was so much fun to be snuggled up next to me. And then when we popped into a toy store, it was easy to zip off on the side.” This is one of those products that comes in handy whether you and your child are most likely to stroll city streets, wend through suburban neighborhoods, or hit the hiking trials. (If you live in a warmer climate, consider the lighter-weight Peekaru Hoodie; for those of you in colder areas, break out the big guns with Peekaru Soft Shell).

 

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