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  • Breath-Holding Spells for Parents


    Kids who have these spells hold their breath until they pass out. Although upsetting to watch, the spells are not harmful and do not pose any serious, long-term health risks.

  • Classroom Exercise Breaks for Elementary Students for Parents


    Elementary school teachers can incorporate physical activity breaks into daily classroom routines to help improve test scores and student behavior. This article is for educators.

  • Mindfulness Exercises for Kids


    Being mindful helps people do better in just about every part of life. These exercises are for kids who want to practice and build good mindfulness skills.

  • Mindfulness Exercises for Teens


    Being mindful helps people do better in just about every part of life, like focusing on homework or feeling less stressed out. This article for teens has 5 exercises to practice building mindfulness skills.

  • Word! Exhale for Kids


    Put one hand on your chest and take a deep breath . . . hold it!

  • Stretching for Teens


    You may have heard mixed things about stretching before working out. Here are the cold, hard facts on warming up, stretching, and cooling down.

  • Emotions & Behavior Q&A for Parents


    Answers to your questions about emotions and behaviors ? from nailbiting to rule-breaking, and more.

  • Your Child's Habits for Parents


    Nail biting, hair twirling, thumb sucking, and nose picking - these childhood habits are common. Here's how to deal with them.

  • How to Use an Incentive Spirometer for Teens


    An incentive spirometer is a way to do breathing exercises to help with healing after surgery or to manage an illness. See how to use one.

  • Temper Tantrums for Parents


    Temper tantrums range from whining and crying to screaming, kicking, hitting, and breath holding. Get the facts on managing - and preventing - temper tantrums.

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