Week 38 of 2011

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FYI: The Sparkle Effect

FYI: The Sparkle Effect

Quick! Find out what it is and how you can see it in action! This weekend only!!

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DAILY FIND:Parents, Kids, Doctors Balk At Talking About Weight

DAILY FIND:Parents, Kids, Doctors Balk At Talking About Weight

If it’s politically incorrect to talk about the pounds, how will we ever solve the problem?

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DAILY FIND: Throw A Green Baby Shower

DAILY FIND: Throw A Green Baby Shower

If you want to celebrate your favorite mama-to-be and also look out for the planet, check this out.

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DAILY FIND: Drinking, Drugging And Your Kids

DAILY FIND: Drinking, Drugging And Your Kids

Teen drug use is at “epidemic levels”. Early use is linked strongly to later addiction. Get the facts!

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Not a Bird, Not a Plane, Not Supermom

Not a Bird, Not a Plane, Not Supermom

One of the toughest questions — can I have a demanding career and still raise a happy, healthy family? — has no right answer.

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More On “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

More On “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

I loved Rachel’s Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” post last week. I’m sure it hit a nerve with many out there in MOC land. I mean, don’t we all have a few skeletons in the closet that we would rather not have discussed at Sunday night dinner? I suppose it’s inevitable, given the remarkable tendency of […]

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DAILY FIND: Teen Girls Love Facebook

DAILY FIND: Teen Girls Love Facebook

The author of “Odd Girl Out: The Hidden Culture of Aggression in Girls” offers tips on social media and what to do about it.

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You’re Not As Stupid As You Look

You’re Not As Stupid As You Look

Have you ever seen this wise and witty parenting quote? It’s bound to make your day. Take a look…..

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DAILY FIND: Do Weed Killers Cause Birth Defects?

DAILY FIND: Do Weed Killers Cause Birth Defects?

New research points to a troubling link between birth defects and a popular garden helper.

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