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Is NJ a good place to raise children?

A new report finds child well-being is improving in many areas of New Jersey, but more kids are also living in poverty.

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Docs to parents: Read to kids early

The nation's largest pediatricians' group says parents should read aloud to their children every day starting in infancy.

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Gov. Christie, Sen. Pres. Sweeney, and kids
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Equal sports chances for NJ disabled kids [AUDIO]

Under a bill Gov. Chris Christie signed into law Thursday, New Jersey schools are now required to allow students with disabilities to sign up for and take part in extracurricular sports programs.

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Kids left in the car - What's your opinion
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Is Leaving Your Child in the Car a Form of Child Abuse? [POLL]

Many children have left their kids in the for short periods of time to run errands, and for a long time, it wasn't considered an unusual habit. As times are changing, leaving your child in the car, no matter how long, is slowly being considered child abuse - and could get you in trouble in the law. 

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Man Takes Harsh Approach to Warn Neighborhood Speeders [POLL]

You've heard of the signs that say 'kids at play,' or 'drive slowly,'  but one man from Wayne has taken an interesting approach to handling speeding drivers on his block. 

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NZ Federal Budget Expected To Reveal Surplus And New Spending
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Summer Brings More Child Visits to ER [AUDIO]

Summer may be time for fun in the sun, but it's also one of the busiest times at local emergency rooms across New Jersey as more children spend time outdoors riding bicycles and scooters, swimming and playing sports.

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Kids Driving You Crazy? You’re Not Alone [POLL/AUDIO]

A new study finds a higher percentage of parents now, as opposed to years past, feel aggravated by their kids.

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Protecting Kids When Parents Are Arrested [AUDIO]

The welfare of children whose parents or guardians have been arrested is the focus of a bill being introduced in the state legislature.

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Is Too Much Praise Bad for Children? [AUDIO]

If you are flooding your children with over-exaggerated flattery in an effort to boost low self-esteem, you could be hurting rather than helping. That's according to a new study which finds that children who lacked confidence shied away from tough tasks after receiving hyped praise from their parents

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Are You A Distracted Parent? Put That Phone Down! [AUDIO]

Ignoring your child's needs when you get busy texting or paying attention to your smartphone can be detrimental to him or her in the long run, a study shows.

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