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Tuesday, February 14th, 2012
Babies Understand Words from 6 Months Old, Scientists Say
Babies understand basic words at a much earlier age than previously thought, US scientists claimed. University of Pennsylvania researchers found that infants aged between six and nine months can grasp the meaning of common words months before they can speak them.
Minn. School Board Ends Policy Blamed for Bullying
Minnesota’s largest school district has abandoned a much-criticized policy that required teachers to remain neutral when issues of sexual identity came up in the classroom and replaced it with one that’s meant to foster a respectful learning environment for all students, gay or straight, religious or not, liberal or conservative.
Like Mother, Like Daughter: Eating Disorders Run in Families
Research shows disorders run in families; a relative of a person with an eating disorder is ten times more likely to have the illness than someone without a family history of disorders.
Couple Keeps Twins in Yearlong Quarantine
A Kansas City-area couple quarantines their twins for a year to protect them.
Duggars Talk about Their Miscarriage, Next Pregnancy
Despite the pain of her recent miscarriage, TLC reality-show star and mother of 19 Michelle Duggar says she’d like to have more children if she’s able.
Best Valentine Ever? Six-Year-Old Girl with Cancer Gets Date with Justin Bieber
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Battling a rare form of cancer, Avalanna Routh scored the most coveted Valentine’s Day date in the world this year.
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Friday, February 4th, 2011
This Week’s Q&A Goody:
I know, I know…technically The Bieb’s movie doesn’t drop (as the cool kids say) until next week. But I’m getting over a cold right now and don’t think I can handle getting swept up in Bieber Fever next week. So in the interest of getting a head start on all of the screaming tweens, here is a snippet from my interview with the music (and now movie) phenom:
Why should people see Justin Bieber: Never Say Never?
“I wanted to make this movie because it tells the real story of my life. It gives fans the opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes in my career. It’s a thank-you to my fans for their support.”
To read the full interview, pick up a copy of the February issue of Parents or click here.
This Week’s DVD Goodies:
Alice In Wonderland (60th Anniversary Edition)
Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2
Pokemon: Arceus & The Jewel of Life
Sesame Street: Silly Storytime–Rapunzel
Word World: Get Up & Move
The Put-Your-Kids-To-Bed-Early Pick of the Week:
Let Me In
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Thursday, December 16th, 2010
If you read our latest interview with Justin Bieber, you read about his support for Pencils of Promise (PoP).
Pencils of Promise is a non-profit organization that partners with local communities to build sustainable schools and provide educational tools to children in developing countries.
PoP’s mission started when the founder (Adam Braun) asked a child on the streets of India what he wanted most in the world. The child’s answer, “A pencil.” Since then, PoP has made it a mission to provide children when pencils and pens to help them on the road to education.
So far, PoP has focused on building schools in Laos and Nicaragua, with 15 schools already built, 8 schools currently being built, and 4 upcoming schools.
You can visit Pencils of Promise to volunteer for building missions, create a fundraiser, and donate money through the purchase of PoP gifts such as (seen in the photo on the right) a tag necklace created by FAWN by Jennifer Fisher Jewelry.
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