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From The Blog: June, 2010

Fitness for Kids Who Don’t Like Sports

Team sports aren’t for everyone. Some kids dislike the stretchy pant-material used in baseball little league. Still others may be a little bit clumsy or have trouble with rule-based games. Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to stay active that don’t require playing a sport. If you’re leading a large...

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Apolo and Yuki Ohno celebrate Father’s Day with a special message

Just in time for Father’s Day, eight-time Winter Games medalist and Dancing with the Stars champApolo Anton Ohno and his father, Yuki Ohno, were interviewed by radio and TV shows all over the country to talk about the importance of a supportive parent as well as of an active and healthy...

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United Reads!

One of the reasons why we love working with DC United is their connection to the community. Fans come to RFK Stadium from all over Washington DC to cheer on United, and DC United travels all over Washington DC to promote literacy and healthy lifestyles for children. On Tuesday we accompanied DC...

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The days are getting warmer, the sun is staying out longer, and kids are days away from finishing another year of school! It’s summertime! For kids, the summertime is the best season there is! You know what they say, “No more teachers, no more books…” What is your kid doing...

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A Parent’s Role: Teens and Alcohol

Every parent worries about the person their child will become. Fortunately, every parent has some limited ability to shape that person. This is especially true when it comes to underage drinking. A recent story from NPR’s Morning Edition hammers home the importance that parents play when it comes to teens and alcohol. Not only are underage...

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