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With the summer holidays around the corner, you may already have plans of putting the long break to good use. How about a closer look at your child’s physical well-being? Indian children, like their counterparts worldwide, face a new challenge to their health – excess weight. The Cover Story in this issue, gives you the hard facts and the preventive measures that you can take. Another concern of parents of growing children, early puberty, is the theme of the Spotlight feature. And, while summer is the time when you should protect your children from the harsh rays of the sun, be sure they get their dose of vitamin D, essential for absorption of calcium. Read the Nutrition and Wellness article to understand more about these two ‘buddy nutrients’. Parents of pre-schoolers and toddlers, do not miss the Young Parents Corner article on the all-time pain point – pestering by children! The Product Review section brings to you, an interesting, new way to organise your family life and preserve your children’s growing years – online. The summer break is a forerunner to a fresh academic year, and some of you may be contemplating a change of school for your child. The Transitions article, is a guide to the shifts that you can expect when your child switches schools, and how to manage these changes. For parents of older children, we have the Career Track article on new avenues in teaching and the College Education Abroad feature on financing your child’s education abroad.

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