Safety Tips for Camping


by Emma Parnham Vacations aren’t the same this year. With many countries keeping their borders closed as COVID-19 cases continue to rise and social distancing remains a priority, people everywhere are forced to rethink their

Safety Tips for Camping2020-12-02T14:25:44+00:00

A Tale of Two Daughters


by Brian Harrington Has your athlete gone through a phase when they wanted to quit playing a sport? How should you react? As litigators, we know that each case turns on its facts. Dealing with

A Tale of Two Daughters2021-01-27T16:05:56+00:00

Working from Home and Being a Good Parent


by Jason C. Evans Parenting is hard in and of itself. But working from homewith young children amid the COVID-19 outbreak is an extra challenging new reality for parents. Productivity can take a big hit,

Working from Home and Being a Good Parent2020-10-12T15:44:04+00:00

Helping Kids Deal with Coronavirus Anxiety


by Jessica Zorn People around the world have been getting used to a “new normal” since the coronavirus pandemic hit—traffic has slowed, businesses have closed and work schedules look entirely different. However, children have a

Helping Kids Deal with Coronavirus Anxiety2020-10-12T15:54:37+00:00

How Nutrition Affects Teen Mental Health


by Kevin Coluccio The teenage brain is a marvel to behold. Between the ages of 13-19, the brain processes physical, emotional, and social change at a profound rate. From hormones to home life and peer

How Nutrition Affects Teen Mental Health2020-10-12T21:45:40+00:00

How Childhood Gymnastics Can Help Your Child


by Tim Seeger Parents are frequently putting their children in youth sports, from soccer to tee-ball to basketball to develop their athletic ability, coordination and teamwork. While these activities have their benefits, children can obtain

How Childhood Gymnastics Can Help Your Child2020-08-05T20:09:15+00:00
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