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At Children's Eye Care, metro Detroit's premier pediatric ophthalmology practice, everything is focused on the unique needs of kids – from the additional training of their eye docs to their kid-friendly bedside manner and the toys they use to get kids engaged.
Cursive is already on its way to being a relic of a bygone era before texts and emails. Will face-to-face discourse soon be a skill kids can't master?
Soak up the sun! Arizona is a prime April trip teeming with desert fun.
A metro Detroit drivers education instructor offers tips to keep teens safe behind the wheel.
Inside Children's Hospital of Michigan's Transplant Center.
Tips on how to get your kid to stop picking his nose and eating his boogers.
Franklin Athletic Club isn't just the spot for athletic camps, it also offers App and Game Design Camp, robotics camp and more this year. Plus, convenience is key for busy parents.
Keep the kids entertained – and yourself sane! – with this play mat, which is a great addition for on-the-go families. Get the tutorial here.
Quality woods offer strength, stability and durability to kids' playsets and swingsets.
In honor of Earth Day, the Detroit Zoo's eco-minded café offers a farm-fresh dish.
Dr. Alexandra Williamson of Children’s Eye Care offers advice on kids and contacts.
Kennedy Keller, a Lake Orion fourth-grader, was inspired by her dad to write a book. Read about the 11-year-old's picture book for kids.