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It’s the start of the second semester. I just said goodbye to my college kid after he spent two wonderful weeks at home for his holiday break, when the phone… Read More
Germs hang out where your college kid does: they go to class…the gym…the student union. College students are usually hit hardest by cold and flu season, most likely due to… Read More
It takes about 11 years of schooling and training to become a physician—it takes even longer than that to become a certified Dr. Mom (about 18 years, actually). When your… Read More
Do you have your family doc on speed dial? Call them up and make an appointment for your son or daughter before the summer is over. That way, you can… Read More
As parents scramble around getting all the necessities together for their kid’s first year away at college, one thing can easily be overlooked—health insurance for college students. Chances are, if… Read More
If your kid will be enrolled in college during the 2012-2013 academic year, you will want to read this article for tips on Student Health Insurance Plans. There will be… Read More
We don’t need to tell you that food prices are skyrocketing. General Mills, which is being squeezed by higher costs for ingredients such as grains, meat and dairy, said it… Read More