Parenting & Child Care News Round-Up - July 25, 2016
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Parenting & Child Care News Round-Up - July 25, 2016

by Craig Sutton

July 25th, 2016: Here’s a look at some of today’s top parenting stories brought to you by Sitter.com


Hypno-Parenting - Are you ready to put your child in a trance? According to Inquisitr.com, you can use the powers of hypnosis to encourage your children to behave.

Sports Parenting - Many parents are familiar with the benefits of involving their children in team sports. What about the stress and negative mental pressure?

ProvidenceJournal.com takes a look at ways to alleviate unnecessary anxiety associated with youth sports.

Britain Triumphs Teen Pregnancy - Recent statistic indicate that Britain successfully dropped teen pregnancy rates? A survey attributes this to better sex education, and communication.

Childless Aunts; The Most Undervalued Women in America? Why? - PANKs (Professional Aunt No Kids) play a huge role in the development and care of children.

The Cool Undervalued Aunt T-Shirt

photo cred: Annie Wermiel - nypost.com

A Nypost.com article takes a look at some initiatives to help aunts get more recognition.

Trump: Making Feminism Great Again? - Donald Trump has offended a number of women voters in the United States. A Detroit Free Press article sees him as an obstacle to equality for women.

Keep Childcare Employees from Poverty - Unfortunately, a number of childcare professionals are poor and don’t earn enough money. A DesertNews.com article looks at some reasons why.

What are the Best Cities in Canada for Raising Kids? - CanadianNanny.ca takes a look at some of the best cities in Canada for you and your children.

Are Your Children Afraid of the Police? - Do your young ones have any trust issues when it comes to the police? What can you do?

The Pokemon Go Craze! Get to Know the Benefits & Safety Tips Before Your Kids Play - CanadianNanny.ca weighs in on the widely popular smartphone app explaining what it is, how it works, the health benefits and what you can do to keep your kids safe while playing.

How Important is Exercise for Toddlers? - Most parents think that toddlers get more than enough exercise but with obesity among the ages of 6 -10 on the rise and toddler physical activity showing to have a drastic impact on future health habits parents need to be involved and help organize daily fitness even for young children.


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About the Author
Craig Sutton
Active in digital marketing since 2009, Craig is the former SEO Manager at CareGuide in addition to teaching SEO at Durham College. Married with 2 young daughters, he is passionate about digital marketing, his family, the Philadelphia Eagles, fitness, Bruce Lee, audiobooks and an 80’s cult classic Motown meets Kung-fu film called The Last Dragon.