Week 18 of 2010

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DAILY FIND: Link Between Exercise and Learning

DAILY FIND: Link Between Exercise and Learning

Still need to be convinced that moving the body jump-starts the brain? Sanjay Gupta talks about new research that makes the point.

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Take Them A Meal

Take Them A Meal

Here’s a wonderful resource to have bookmarked on your computer for those times when someone you love needs a hand.

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DAILY FIND: I See Sick People?

DAILY FIND: I See Sick People?

Can viewing pictures of illness symptoms rev up your immune system? A new study says ‘yes’. Fascinating!

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DAILY FIND: REALLY Bad News For Parents?

DAILY FIND: REALLY Bad News For Parents?

Seriously? A real-life invisibility cloak?? How will you keep track of them then??

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My Daughter’s Getting Her Period. How Much Do I Help?

My daughter is showing definite signs of puberty. We’ve talked about it, but what do I actually do when she gets her period?

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Kushies Travel Bed

Kushies Travel Bed

Here’s one to either grab for yourself or for a friend’s baby shower.

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DAILY FIND: Breast Milk Gourmet

DAILY FIND: Breast Milk Gourmet

This lactating chef cooks with the latest trendy ingredient. It’s not just for babes anymore …

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Swimming With the Sharks

A good friend who’s a premier competitive swim coach (as well as my running buddy) shared the following story. It’s a cautionary tale for parents of young athletes and non-athletes alike … The team my friend SB coaches is known throughout the community for its excellence, as well as its progressive approach to young competitors […]

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How Could I Forget?

How Could I Forget?

I’ve been sorting through drawers stuffed with junk, trying to figure out what to keep and what to toss, and came up with THE most amazing find …

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DAILY FIND: Sex, Love And the Male Brain

DAILY FIND: Sex, Love And the Male Brain

Profound differences between men and women? This article explains a LOT!

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