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Sleep and Screens

An important new study shows that most teens and parents ignore the medical recommendation to stay off screens at least an hour before bed. Here's what to do about it.

Best Summer Reading for Girls

We recommend some empowering books for girls (and boys, too!) – and they are all by Bay Area authors.
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You Got This!

Parenting, working, and managing time, finances, health, relationships can be overwhelming. Even more so if you are doing it on your own or sharing your child with a co-parent or an ex. Here's help!

Starting Montessori Education Early

For Dads of Daughters

In a new book written for fathers, a Noe Valley writer and former newspaper reporter draws on his experience as a stay-at-home dad to lay out all the ways that gender inequality is still rampant.

Teen Phone Mania

Parents today have become aware of the consequences of constant phone and screen use. Here's help.

The Importance of Preschool

Early childhood education advocates are hopeful that the state of California may be making strides in the right direction to expand preschool access and quality.

Music Therapy for Kids With Special Needs

Music therapy is used to help those with special needs, such as autism and Down syndrome, brain injuries, post traumatic stress disorder and more.

New Book About Caring for Autistic Children

Dr. Bryna Siegel. author of The Politics of Autism, reveals how the system of caring for kids with autism is flawed.

Campers With Special Needs Find Their Special Place

Campers With Special Needs Find Their Special Place
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The Season for Wildflowers

If coronavirus has you avoiding indoor places you normally frequent with your kids, or if you're among those riding out a school closure, you don't all have to be cooped up in the house for days. There are plenty of spots to get outdoors and get some fresh air, with the added bonus of spotting some wildflowers along the way.

Social Distancing Biking

While the coronavirus has forced many of us to avoid gathering places and events, we still need to get fresh air and exercise. A great way to do this is to go for a bike ride. Here are some great paths in the Bay Area for all levels.
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