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Life isn’t fair. Our parents told us that, and we, in turn, tell our children. Resources aren’t distributed evenly; somebody always winds up in need, while others have more than…

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6 Things Parents Can Do For Dyslexic Children by Sonya Bridges, M.Ed & founder of A Family Affair School can be especially hard on children with learning disabilities, and the closer…

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Tough Questions

Q:My 12-year-old daughter is constantly judging kids and commenting on what they wear and how they look. This is new behavior for her. I’m worried that if she feels okay…

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Talk About Diversity

Despite living in a country that guarantees basic freedoms to all, struggles with issues of race and tolerance are recurring themes in our society. How do we raise our children…

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When Cheryl Ratcliff’s son Tim was seven years old, he was convinced his Superman cape would allow him to fly and leapt off the roof of a building. He also…

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You may find it difficult to acknowledge that one day your children will be sexually active. However, taking steps to keep them healthy when they are, is an action you…

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Radiation Oncology Clinic Now More Family-Friendly at VCU Massey Cancer CenterRibbon-cutting ceremony on March 4 celebrates opening of Reese’s RoomMarch 2, 2011 – The radiation oncology clinic at VCU Massey…

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Different is Good

You’re in the stands, watching the child kick at the dirt and stare into space. He’s not very interested in the game going on around him. He spends more time…

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Ten years ago, Julian Metts, MD, traveled to Guyana in South America for a dental mission trip. While he was there, he met a girl who had drunk a corrosive…

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