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The Scoop on Stuttering

Do you know someone who stutters? Chances are you do, since more than three million people in the US have a stuttering problem. Find out more here.... read more

What You Need to Know About Wearing Contacts

Tired of wearing glasses that slide down your nose all the time? Why not start the school year by trying contact lenses on for size?... read more

Nutrition - Protein

Every kid needs to stock up on protein to grow up to be strong and healthy. Find out why this essential nutrient is so important to your body!... read more

Cervical Cancer and the HPV Vaccine

For Cervical Health Awareness Month, take a look at the HPV vaccine that protects teen girls from cervical cancer.... read more

Are You Blue? You Might Have SAD

Lots of things can make you sad, but Seasonal Affective Disorder is a type of depression that only hits you in the winter.... read more

Soda Club - Homemade Soda in Minutes!

Learn how to make your own homemade sodas with your family - and a little help from the Soda Club machine!... read more

Indoor Winter Exercises

Don't let the cold weather keep you from staying in shape! Check out Kidzworld's indoor exercises and activities for the winter time.... read more

Make Christmas Treats for Santa!

Santa Claus will be busy come Christmas Eve, so leave out some delicious treats to help him fuel up for his long journey!... read more

Healthy Holiday Eating Tips

Kidzworld has tips on how you can eat healthy this holiday season. They'll be sure to keep you fit and your tummy totally satisfiedread more

Treat Your Cold or Flu at Home!

You can treat your cold or flu with things around the house and you'll be feeling 100% faster than you can blow your nose!... read more

Nutrition - Sugar

You probably snack on sugary foods and drinks every day, so find out what sugar is all about and why it's not good to eat too much of it every day.... read more

An Encounter With Epilepsy

It's time to talk about epilepsy cuz it's National Epilepsy Awareness Month and Posh and Becks' son was also recently diagnosed with the... read more
Dealing With Diabetes

Dealing With Diabetes

Do you or someone you know suffer from type 1 or 2 diabetes? Here's some more information Kidzworld about diabetes and how it can be treated, diagnose... read more

Fun Fall Activities for the Family

The temperature's dropping, but you don't have to be cooped up inside. Check out these fun ways to get active this fall!... read more
October is Lupus Awareness Month

The Lowdown on Lupus

Halloween costumes and candy may be on your mind, but October is also the time to recognize Lupus Awareness Month. But what's lupus? Find out about th... read more

posts from the Dear Dish-It forums

Dear Dish-it, i always wanted to be in a band but my parents are saying you should forget about that, you should get a real future. I have fought my case by they just get it.  Please help me Bye
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Kirsteeeeen posted in Friends:
Maybe he likes you, as a friend or as more.
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Kirsteeeeen posted in Friends:
Friends grow apart as we grow up and change at different rates. It's fine to stop being friends, but it doesn't have to be in a mean way. The best thing to do is talk to her (nicely). You don't have to tell her she's being childish or you feel as if you've matured more. That would be terrible. Talk about things you guys like to do in common or make plans to try new things together. Or don't mention it at all, but don't just begin ignoring her. Eventually the friendship will fade the less time you spend together. 
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Amalegend20 posted in Friends:
You should be nice to her. If you have to break the news gently don't make her feel bad just talk to her about and see what she says  
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