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More >> Column: Dad on Board

Welcome to Bizarro World

When I’m the Dope on Board, no one escapes unscathed

From before she was born to being on her own

Marking the passage time through our (many) trips to Disney

Daddy-daughter diner time

I connect with my teen every Saturday morning over corned beef and eggs

Bill Burke is a writer who lives in southern New Hampshire with his wife and daughter.

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More >> Column: House Calls

Your child and anesthesia

What you can expect if your child needs to be ‘asleep’ for a medical procedure

Why won’t my baby stop crying?

What you need to know about infant colic

Demystifying childhood pneumonia

What you need to know about symptoms, diagnoses and treatment

House Calls is a monthly column written by health care professionals from Dartmouth Hitchcock.

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More >> Editor's Note

Deconstructing democracy

Defining perfection in 2017

Everything you need to plan your summer all in one place

During this long, damp, cool spring, you may have found it difficult to think about what you are going to do this summer.
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More >> Column: Raising Teens & Tweens

Attention issues vs. anxiety and depression

An inability to focus is not necessarily ADD/ADHD

Is it a bad mood or something else?

What to do if your teen girl is depressed or anxious

Let’s talk about sex

Tips on how to talk to your child about sex, intimacy and relationships

Tracey Tucker is Executive Director of New Heights: Adventures for Teens and a licensed mental health counselor at Tradeport Counseling Associates in Portsmouth.

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More >> Column: Learning Curve

Opioids, students and school nurses

Keeping Narcan in schools is necessary to help stem the tide of overdose deaths

The confidence game

Support and attention help students become self-assured

A student’s best friend

Sometimes a dog can be the best therapy for a child

Elizabeth Feingold recently retired from Kearsarge Regional School District, where she worked for over 30 years as a special education teacher and coordinator at the elementary, middle and high school levels. She is now a consultant and advocate. She can be reached at elizabethjfeingold@gmail.com.

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