Parade (Special Reports)

The Underage Drinking Epidemic
Teens are finding new—and more dangerous—ways to binge. Here's what you can do
June 2011

Generation Wired
They text (and text and text). They have hundreds of “friends” they’ve never actually met. They game for hours. How to keep your kids safe and healthy in a hyper-connected world.
October 2011


Parade (Profiles)

Brooke Shields
Actress, model and mom Brooke Shields says: 'I Keep Thinking I'm Younger Than I Am'
Feb 2008

Halle Berry
'My Sights Are Set On Motherhood'
March 2007

Emma Watson
As the fifth movie in the Harry Potter juggernaut premieres, young star Emma Watson says: 'We’re all so grown-up!'
July 2007

Tyra Banks
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January 2008


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We Can Save Lives
How one doctor found a way to send discarded supplies to needy hospitals.
August 2007

There's Always Something to Hope For
When baby Claire gets cancer, everyone learns... There's always Something to Hope For
November 2007


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