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Dena Blizzard Teaches Kids a Lesson with the ‘Mom Dance’

Dena Blizzard, one of the funniest female comedians you will ever meet, is filling in with Dennis today for Judi. In celebration of Dena spending the day at NJ1015, we wanted to share her first music video that she recently released.

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Chips
Flickr User ilovememphis
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Salty Snacks Send Kids Blood Pressure Soaring [AUDIO]

Are your children eating too many salty snacks? How is their blood pressure?

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Baby boy
Flickr User Godverbs
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Fewer Choose Parenthood; Is a Weak Economy to Blame? [AUDIO]

Fewer babies are entering the world, and the weak economy is partially to blame.

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Mandatory Drug Testing for NJ State Workers?
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Would You Vote for Mandatory Drug Testing in NJ High Schools? [POLL]

The latest uproar from parents regarding mandatory random drug testing comes from Northern Valley Regional High School District. The District is proposing the mandatory drug testing would start in early 2014.

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Anti-bullying in the workplace?
Flickr User artworksbytb
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Sibling Bullying Just As Damaging [AUDIO]

It's not uncommon for siblings to argue, tease and even get physical on occasion, but new research finds bullying and aggressive behavior by a sibling can be just as damaging as bullying by a classmate or peer.

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Digital Divide Between Parents and Kids? [POLL/AUDIO]

There appears to be a significant disconnect between what today's youth are doing online and what their parents believe they're doing.

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2 in 5 Women Would Consider Solo Parenthood, Poll Shows

As Christy Everson was nearing age 40, she made a decision: She wanted to have a child, even though she was single and it meant doing it all alone. Her daughter, conceived via a sperm donor, is now 2 1/2 years old, and Everson hopes to have a second child.

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More Moms Bring Home the Bacon, Says Study [AUDIO]

Of four in 10 households with children under the age of 18, mothers are the sole or primary provider.

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A Baby Boom in Newark NJ
Flickr User Ericson Smith
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Good News for Parents-to-Be in New Jersey’s Budget [AUDIO]

For the better part of the last decade, most of the news about New Jersey's budget has been pretty bad as the state continues to struggle financially.

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How Early Are Children Watching Pornography Online? [POLL/AUDIO]

It's no secret that children are able to access all kinds of things much earlier than they used to, but a new study by Bitdefender finds that many start watching pornography by the age of 6 and begin flirting online by the age of 8.

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