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Latina Moms Find Advice, Community In 'MamiVerse'

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Dads: Helping Boys Form Deep Friendships

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Moms: Helping Boys Form Deep Friendships

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Imagine the tantrums they'll throw, when they find out they're not welcome. This picture taken, circa 1952 shows little Peter Moore throwing a temper tantrum while on a visit to Bournemouth, Dorset. Evening Standard/Getty Images hide caption

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Can't Take The Kids Anywhere?

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Levi Aron, left, is arraigned in Brooklyn criminal court Thursday, July 14, 2011, in New York. Aron, 35, is charged with luring 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky to his home on Monday, and then smothering him and chopping him up when he learned that a search was under way for the missing child. Detectives found the boy's feet in Aron's freezer. Louis Lanzano/AP hide caption

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Independence For Kids: When To Give It And How Much

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Virginia resident Karen Murphy's son died after being left in the family's car for seven hours. Prince William County, Va. Police/AP hide caption

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Leaving Kids In Hot Cars: Foul or Forgivable?

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How To Ease Young Adults Out Of The Nest

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For Expecting Moms, Doctors Or Midwives?

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Study Finds Link Between Working Moms, Overweight Kids

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Moms: The Politics Of Balancing Work, Life

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With Spike In Teen Drug Use, Parents Examine Their Role

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