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    Lenore Skenazy

    Lenore Skenazy is president of Let Grow, a contributing writer at Reason.com, and author of "Has the World Gone Skenazy?"

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  • The Man Saving Childhood Joy

    The Man Saving Childhood Joy0

    Kids running around, playing games, staying out till the streetlights come on! That was Charles Brewer’s childhood — and dream. To make it happen in modern-day America, the entrepreneur developed Glenwood Park in Atlanta, a neighborhood that hewed to the tenets of “New Urbanism.” That meant it had “town houses, offices, retail, walkable streets, a

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  • When Your Child’s Doctor Is Working Against You

    When Your Child’s Doctor Is Working Against You0

    Maya Kowalski was admitted to Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital in 2016. She was 10 and in extreme pain from a condition called complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). Sally Smith, a “child abuse pediatrician” who worked at the hospital through a state contract with child protective services, insisted Maya’s condition was caused and exaggerated by

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  • High School Football or Day Care?

    High School Football or Day Care?3

    Football season is almost over, but for the past couple months, middle school students who attended high school games in several Oklahoma cities have had to sit with their parents at all times. At some schools, even if they go to the bathroom, they must be accompanied by an adult. The Oklahoma schools’ rules were

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  • Parents Just Can’t Let Go

    Parents Just Can’t Let Go2

    Parents want to give their kids more independence but just can’t bring themselves to do it. That’s the conclusion of a study from the University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital that came out this month. While parents believe it’s important for elementary school kids to do things “away from direct adult supervision,” the study

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