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Imposter syndrome is a pattern of self-doubt that can lead to anxiety, stress and missed opportunities. But recognizing it and having the tools to get past it can help you get out of your own way.
You work hard all day. Then you chauffeur your kids to sports and activities. Then you don your chef”s hat. No wonder you’re stressed to the max. Our experts offer tips for managing stress and rediscovering the joy of parenting.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our Short Answer series. Allergist Sandra Hong, MD, answers this one.
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While interest in makeup begins at a young age and tends to rise in middle school when kids engage in character-play and emulate older children and adults, parents may wonder what age is appropriate to allow their kids to wear makeup. Parents may also wonder how to keep kids safe and healthy once they do decide to allow it.
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