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August 23, 2007
Vision Check
How close to the TV do your kids sit? Have you noticed a little extra eye rubbing lately? Both can be signs of vision impairment. The American Academy of Ophthalmology reports vision problems in one in 20 preschoolers and a quarter of all school-age children. September is Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month; as your young ones slip on their backpacks and trudge back to school, check out these tips for ensuring the safety and health of their windows to the world. 
August 15, 2007
Is Kindergarten Too Young for Sex Ed?
Two of the presidential candidates sparred recently about whether five-year-old “Johnny” was ready to hear about the birds and the bees from his teacher.
August 09, 2007
Join the Green Team
Lately the problems of global warming, contaminated water and gas guzzling have moved so far into the mainstream that doing something about them on a small scale (or just talking about it!) verges on the trendy. But studies show that air pollution, illegal dumping and power plants are more likely to occur in African-American and low-income communities. These hazards have been linked to disproportionate rates of asthma, severe allergies and lung cancer—once again, look who gets the brunt.

So what can you do to make your space safer? Better question: Does it have to cost a fortune? Larry Merritt, spokesperson for Chicago’s Department of Environment teamed up with RH to suggest ways to go green without breaking the bank.

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