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WHOA-KTD PROTESTS SO-CALLED "CHILD PROTECTION REGISTRIES" WHOA-KTD expresses concern about legislation that could adversely impact children

2006-02-26 | Adding another rung to the ladder of its standing commitment to protect and safeguard children while they are on the internet, WHOA-KTD cautions all states against development or implementation of dedicated "Do Not Email Registries" that exclusively contain email addresses of children.


Stress Related Disorders Respond to Nature Remedy By 30 Percent, an Organic Education Antidote for Natural System Dysfunction (NSD) Increases Wellness and Reduces Budgets.

2006-01-10 | The Institute of Global Education has identified a debilitating disorder known as Natural System Dysfunction (NSD), and has developed a readily available online Organic antidote for it. At home, work or school, the easily learned antidote, by 30 percent, increases our well-being and reduces budgets.


Big Dogs, Bikers, and Woolly Worms Work to Benefit Katrina's Kids

2005-11-09 | Abused children work to raise money to share Christmas with the youngest of Katrina's victims


ILLUSTRATED ODE TO THE 2004 WORLD CHAMPION BOSTON RED SOX ARRIVES IN STORES AND ON THE WEB OCTOBER 5TH. Book Sales to benefit the Red Sox Foundation.

2005-10-05 | As the Boston Red Sox begin defense of their first world title in 86 years, Curse to Verse: the Boston Red Sox Miracle Season From A to Z hits the marketplace to help generations of Sox fans re-live the team highs and lows that led up to last year's magical championship.


Asta Arts Fills the Rubber Stamp Void for Hip Young "Craftsters"

2005-09-30 | Crafty young hipsters embrace saccharine-free stamp designs from fellow DIY craft addict.


The Devil Witch - The one book our kids will be reading this year.

2005-09-18 | In my new book, when young Sam Taylor plans to steal his teacher's walking stick, he unwillingly finds himself in a fantastic new world of gnomes, trolls, Kings, ghostly Knights, and of course the infamous Devil-Witch.


Celebrate! ADHD Urges Parents to Adopt-A-Teacher

2005-08-30 | Tragically, most teachers try to change their brightest, most curious students—children with ADHD and Attention Deficit Disorder—with Ritalin rather than changing their teaching styles. Celebrate!ADHD is urging parents to "Adopt-A-Teacher" to improve self-confidence and school performance.


Senior Great Dane Receives 2005 Broadway Barks Hero Award

2005-08-03 | Broadway star, David Hyde-Pierce from Spamalot, presents Hero award to an aging Great Dane in recognition of his work with abused children.


MyPreciousKid.com Scores as Disney wins too!

2005-07-28 | MyPreciousKid.com won the "2005 Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award" created by Jodie Lynn and stands right up there with one of the major family fun players, Disney.com.


WEALTHY PALESTINIAN AMERICAN BUSINESSMAN DENIES AFRICAN AMERICAN-PALESTIAN TODDLER AS GRANDSON -- Refuses DNA and Refers to the Child as "That Monkey" --

2005-07-15 | African Americans have experienced discrimination by whites in this country for several hundred years, but a new discriminating culprit has come to light - one who is not even a natural U.S. citizen.


Savvy Students Spend Summers Planning Science Fair Projects

2005-07-09 | Science fairs are intensely competitive, which is why serious, self-motivated students begin thinking about their projects months before the school year begins.


Imagine Tomorrow Computer Classes for Kids at Computykes Computer Center Launches Innovative Summer Computer Camp

2005-06-24 | Computykes brings nationally recognized and award winning computer camp development designed for young learners to Monmouth County.


Young Entrepreneur Intros Icy Item to BMXers

2005-06-23 | With a true entrepreneurial spirit, 13-year-old Aaron contacts companies, negotiates agreements and introduces new products to the Bicycle Motor Cross circuit in Massachusetts. The young BMXer saw a need and an opportunity when he contacted SnowPack, a manufacturer of ice therapy products.


Project Drumheller to Send Josiah Schultz to Hunt for Dinosaurs

2005-06-19 | This July, six-year-old Josiah Schultz--a budding young paleontologist--will be traveling to Drumheller, Alberta, the "Dinosaur Capital of the World", thanks to the efforts and collaboration of many people involved with Project Drumheller.


Celebrities Flip over Pink Taffy Designs Baby Boutique

2005-06-19 | Celebrities are going crazy over Pink Taffy Designs Baby Boutique. With an exquisite collection of premium hand crafted furnishings and designer accessories, Hollywood cannot get enough.


Help Send a 6-Year-Old Paleontologist to Drumheller, Alberta

2005-05-29 | Six-year old Josiah Schultz, who lives in Victoria, BC, has a dreamand#8213;to one day become a paleontologist and study dinosaurs. His mother, a single mom with a limited income, is raising money this June so that she can take Josiah to Drumheller, Alberta, and help make his dream come true.


OUR KIDS ARE BEING POISONED AND WE CAN STOP IT!

2005-04-28 | Noted Physician Pleads To End Needless Exposure to Toxins Found In Sports Fields


Kids and Parents Get "Fired Up" for Creative Development through Pottery Classes

2005-04-06 | Kids 'N' Clay will be expanding their operations, via franchising, throughout the United States and selective international locations. Kids 'N' Clay Pottery Studio in Berkeley has been nurturing creativity in young people since 1988.


ScreamFree(tm) Parenting Offers Solution for Parents With Special Needs Children

2005-01-31 | ScreamFree Parenting Creator Provides Keynote for Families of Children Under Stress (FOCUS). FOCUS says ScreamFree Parenting Program valuable for children with special needs.


DaySpring Preschools Holiday Tips: How to keep your child from being overwhelmed during the holidays

2004-12-03 | The holidays not only provide excitement, but also undue stress for children. DaySpring Preschools in N. Texas seek to educate parents on the affects of the holidays on kids.