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Helping Toddlers and Children Cope With Divorce

Divorce can be a stressful process. The most important thing to do as parents is to provide that sense of security and structure for your child. Here are 4 ways to do so.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Children’s Teeth Development

What is the recommended age to start visiting dentist? Do teeth come out in a specific order? Our dental expert Dr Chin Shou King answers some of our parents FAQs about teeth development.

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10 Ways To Make Your Children Happier

While happiness is something that cannot be conjured out of a person, there are ways to create a happier environment for your children. Here are 10 ways to raising happy children.

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Raising Bilingual Children: 10 Tips To Improve Your Child’s Chinese

No clue on how to improve your child’s Chinese? Want your child to be effectively bilingual? Here are 10 tips from some of our experts on how to raise a bilingual child.

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Can ADHD Be Treated?

Can ADHD be treated? What sort of professional help should parents seek? There is no “cure” for ADHD but the symptoms can be treated to reduce their effects.

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Quick Guide: All About ADHD

How do you know if your child has high-energy or an attention problem? How is ADHD diagnosed and treated? Here’s a quick guide on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.

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The NLB Saga: The Blind Men And The Elephant

The NLB issue has been a heated topic with much aggression and fervor. What are the views from those for and against the ban? Let’s hear both sides of the story.

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5 Great Tips For Eating Out With Your Children

It can be a challenge to get your kids to behave themselves appropriately in a restaurant, or even at the coffee shop downstairs! Here are 5 tips on how to manage your kids when eating out.

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Reflecting On MH17: A Teacher’s Invalubable Lesson To His 9 Year Old Students

What happens when a new training teachers asks his class of Primary 3 students to reflect on the recent MH17 plane crash? You’ll be shocked at the student’s responses.

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The Parent-Volunteer System: Here To Stay?

The Parent Volunteer scheme was started in 1998. Has it been helpful so far? What’s the good and bad of this scheme?

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