September 2013

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How Many More Will Die?

How Many More Will Die?

What if this was your child?

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10 Ways to Keep School Lunch Safe

10 Ways to Keep School Lunch Safe

Each year an unknown number are sickened by food that sat in the cubby too long. Do this, not that.

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No Kids Yet. Should You Freeze Your Eggs?

No Kids Yet. Should You Freeze Your Eggs?

Not that long ago single, young women worried a lot about getting pregnant. Abortion was illegal and out-of-wedlock pregnancy was characterized by shame and stigma. Then along came the birth control pill, and the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion, and everything changed. These days, many single, young women worry that they […]

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Letters From Fathers To Daughters

Letters From Fathers To Daughters

Father’s Day, 2013 is long past but this article, which features letters from fathers to their daughters, is so sweet and wonderful we are passing it along for you to enjoy.

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Does Facebook Make You Sad?

Does Facebook Make You Sad?

The results of an all-new study are in and, to tell the truth, aren’t too surprising to us: social media can bum you out. But why?

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Trick Them Into Sleeping!

Trick Them Into Sleeping!

Need some powerful ammo to help you win the time-to-go-to-bed battle? I’ve got you covered, read on!

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Peanut Allergy: A Cautionary Tale

Peanut Allergy: A Cautionary Tale

We hear it all the time. Rates of serious food allergies in kids are on the rise, causing a boatload of anxiety for parents, teachers, and pretty much anyone who comes in contact with the younger set. Many schools across the country have banned nut products, especially that iconic childhood staple, peanut butter, but not […]

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You’re Majoring in WHAT?

You’re Majoring in WHAT?

The most (and least) lucrative college majors. Show this to your college-bound kids.

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Who’s Who in the Hospital?

We took a hospital tour to get prepared for our little guy’s surgery … who ARE all those people?

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Obsessions, Kid Style

Obsessions, Kid Style

One of the magical things about being a kid is the ability to be all in, gung-ho, consumed by a single subject …

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