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From dry drowning to scorched skin, local experts remind us how to keep kids safe this summer. Read more

Parent to Parent

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Your prenatal guide to a smooth delivery and arrival. Read more

Partner Content

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Is your child ready to walk the streets of Oʻahu—alone? Read more

Parent to Parent

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Do your kids have food allergies? Here's how to keep them safe during candy season. Read more

Halloween Corner

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Chomp through Chinatown, paint your face, and play on the Windward side. Read more

Weekend Guide

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The false alert alarmed us. The instructions for preparing for a missile attack left us with a lot of questions. Where should you take shelter in a single-wall house? When can you move? We turned to a local expert for answers. Read more

Lifestyle

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Would your keiki like to stand up paddle and ride in a canoe? See our 9 tips for this free, monthly event. Read more

We Tried It!

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    Puddle Jumpers are safer than water wings and wrap around your child's chest and arms.

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    Don't turn your back when your inexperienced little swimmers are in the water.

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    Water wings, such as these, create a false sense of security.

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    Water wings, such as these, create a false sense of security.

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