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ParentMap, January 2014 Issue

ParentMap, January 2014

We're starting off 2014 with a new look and fresh intentions. This January, we're challenging everyone to get outside! Nature expert Richard Louv explains why a walk in the woods can calm ADHD, make your family happier, and deliver your kid to Harvard. For extra incentive, enter our Kids in Nature photo contest!

If you need more inspiration, read about one mom's hope that her kids will trade virtual reality for the real thing (even as teens), and explore places to ski in B.C. for maximum winter family fun that will please kids of all ages.

We'll help you get in good health this year by introducing you to Rizzmic, and we'll help you cope with back pain, manage asthma, and help prevent cardiac arrest in teens

Happy 2014! We hope the year brings lots of fun family times and renewed energy!

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Read the entire issue online, or scroll down for links and cool online-only content.


Ages & Stages:
0–3 Back from Baby: Preventing and Coping with Parental Back Pain
4–9 Freaking and Fretting: How to Deal with Anxiety in Young Kids
13 Primed for Abuse? A Parent's Guide to Raising Kids in the New Pot State
14–18 Silent Killer: Sudden Cardiac Arrest in Teens

Someone You Should Know: Melain Blue and Cory Crawford, Creators of Rizzmic

Wellness: Breathing Bad: Helping Kids Cope with Asthma

Feature: Forward to Nature: Why a Walk in the Woods Could Calm ADHD, Make Your Family Happier and Deliver Your Kid to Harvard

Out & About:
Let's Ski B.C.! Family Winter Fun Beyond the Border

Voice: Jennifer Kakutani: Go Outside and Play

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