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MTVU & JED Roundation Launches “Press Pause” Campaign to Teach Teens Mindfullness Techniques

Over the last few years, there’s been a growing focus on the importance of strengthening resiliency and developing healthy coping mechanisms among teenagers, college students and young adults. Research shows that emotional health issues, like depression and stress, are on the rise, and many experts believe that the pressure to succeed and our “digital landscape” are […]

This Year’s “Epcot International Food & Wine Festival” Features 13 Extra Delicious Days

Growing in scope as one of America’s top food festivals each year since 1996, Disney’s “Epcot International Food & Wine Festival” event will run for 13 additional days (for a total of 75 days) of inspired sips and bites throughout the park’s World Showcase and Future World. Event highlights will tempt taste buds, music fans and […]

[Video] Watch the Official Movie Trailer of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi”

In Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi, the Skywalker saga continues as the heroes of The Force Awakens join the galactic legends in an epic adventure that unlocks age-old mysteries of the Force and shocking revelations of the past. We recommend: [Shopping] 12 Awesome Star Wars Hoodies we Found Online The new “Star Wars: The […]

[Ask Lina] What to expect on the first weeks of elementary school?  

“Ask Lina” is a special editorial series where we invite you to send us your parenting questions in the comments below and our teen & tween emotional expert, Lina Acosta Sandaal, gives you tips that will help you navigate these crucial “in-between years.” This story was originally published in Stop Parenting Alone’s Blog. You probably […]

If You Are a Minority Woman in the USA, You Are at Higher Risk of These Health Issues

Major Health Disparities Minority women make up 35% of women in the United States, and by 2050 are expected to make up the majority. There are many health issues that affect women, but minority women are affected and impacted at even higher, disproportionate rates. The following are 5 that stand out the most: 1.Diabetes Diabetes is already considered […]

[Infographic] Scholastic Global Study Results Suggest the Key to Raise Lifelong Readers

Friday, September 8 is International Literacy Day and in recognition, Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company, wants to encourage parents to help their kids to become lifelong readers. The Company surveyed parents and their children in five countries for the most recent editions of the Kids & Family Reading Report™. The findings from the report suggest simple insights […]

300 Nominees Announced for the Top S.T.E.M. Competition for Middle School Students

Broadcom Foundation and Society for Science & the Public announced the selection of the Top 300 competitors in the seventh annual Broadcom MASTERS® — the nation’s most prestigious Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) competition for middle school students. The Broadcom MASTERS, a program founded and produced by the Society for Science & the Public, […]

5 Home Safety Hazards to Avoid When a Hurricane Strikes

As hurrican season is here, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning residents in its path of the deadly dangers that can exist after a hurricane sweeps through, knocking out power and causing flooding. CPSC wants consumers to remember to prevent these four home safety hazards: 1. POISONOUS CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) The exhaust from […]

[Shopping] 15 Acne-Fighting Essentials to Add in the Back to School List

This is part of a sponsored program with our friends at Neutrogena. As always, our expressions are ours. Research says that almost 8 in 10 teens have acne, as do many adults. So, it’s a much common problem that we may think. Teens are specially prone to this temporary skin condition due to the puberty […]

[Photos] How Does Our Children’s Future Look? Recap of Ford’s “City of Tomorrow Symposium” 2017

Ford Motor Company and the experts who attended the “City of Tomorrow Symposium” in San Francisco on August 16th envision a more holistic, organic and inter-connected future powered by a transportation operating system and shaped by “total multi-modal mobility.” They all agree that – in order for such a positive future, we need to challenge […]

[Shopping] 27 Teen Skincare Essentials Perfect for Back to School You Can Buy Online

This is part of a sponsored campaign with Neutrogena. As always, all expressions are ours. The fifteen-year old girls now are not the same fifteen-year olds back in our time. Millenial parents have to do with it, but also the fact that these teens were born with the YouTube culture. The YouTuber subculture to be […]

[Ask Lina] [Video] How to I deal with the homework battle?

Homework can be a tricky subject. Imagine you are 8 hours at work and then you know that when you get home, you need to spend a few more hours – well doing more work. We also recommend: Understood.org Launches Bilingual “First-Day Ready Guide” for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities A lot of families […]

[Vide] Understood.org Launches Bilingual “First-Day Ready Guide” for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilites

The beginning of a new school year can be challenging for all children, but it is an especially difficult time for families with children who struggle with reading and writing, math, focus and organization. One in five children in the U.S. have learning and attention issues, like ADHD and dyslexia, and many never receive a formal […]