When Bullies Share DNA

June 18, 2013

I'm the oldest of four. When we were all kids, I always tried to be a good older brother to my sister and two step-brothers. But there was something about being bigger, stronger and smarter than the three of them that triggered the occasional need to tease and taunt. (Note the use of past tense in that sentence. They are all now either bigger, stronger or smarter than me.)

I can vividly remember my sister running to my mom screaming, "John keeps

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More Child Injuries: Texting While Parenting to Blame?

October 01, 2012

We spend a lot of time talking about texting on this site; mainly because we talk about safety issues, and there just aren't that many things you can do safely while texting. This trend isn't likely to slow down either as we see more and more people developing nomophobia.

We've talked a bit before about the dangers of caregivers texting while watching kids, and now there's some compelling new information that's been round up by The Wall Street Journal suggesting that

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