Monthly Archives: May 2013

How to Raise Succesful Kids

With acceptance rates for Vanderbilt plummeting down to 10% this year, parents across the country are getting nervous. As if raising a child is not stressful enough, parents also have to worry about helping their child get into a great … Continue reading

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Perspectives on Childhood Athletic Involvement: Risk versus Reward

We as human beings enjoy violence. It’s in our nature. That’s why sports such as football and basketball are some of the most watched television events year in and year out. But, these sports, among all others, are also the … Continue reading

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Pregnancy Dos & Don’ts:truths and myths on how your habits affect the developing fetus

  Pregnancy can be a time full of questions and concerns. In today’s modern world, there is an excess of information about the do’s and don’ts of pregnancy that can be conflicting and confusing. What really will affect the development … Continue reading

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Raising Kids in Non-Nuclear Families

When you picture a stereotypical American family, what do you see? A mom? A dad? Two kids, a dog, and a white picket fence? For much of US history, this image of the “nuclear family” has been society’s norm. As … Continue reading

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