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12 Children’s Books that Spark Creativity

From teaching basic shapes and colors to learning about famous artists and self-expression, these children’s books will encourage your child to think outside the box. “Little Artist Board Book” by Mudpuppy & Emily Kleinman Ages: Baby-3. This board book set is comprised of colorfully illustrated portraits of visual and performing …

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Meal Planning Basics

Wandering the grocery store aimlessly can cost you. Research says that consumers spend 40 percent more on impulse purchases when they shop without a list. And far too much of that food is probably wasted. The average American family throws out 25 percent of the food they purchase. For a …

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The Rise of the “Study Drug”

The use of “study drugs,” or specifically prescription stimulants, among students without attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is on the rise. Some students use these drugs in order to deal with the challenging demands of college, hoping it will improve focus and performance and allow them to stay up all night …

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High School Football — to Play or Not to Play?

With recent reports showing a national trend in declining participation in high school football, this topic has once again jumped to the forefront. Many families are debating whether or not their children should play football. Starting in 2015, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), the nationally recognized …

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