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A Supermom’s Guide to Managing Stress

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Being a working mother and being stress-free don’t have to be mutually exclusive if you address the factors that contribute to your stress head-on.
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The Best Ways to Pay for Fertility Treatments in the U.S.

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There are a number of paths for alternative funding for your IVF cycle or other fertility treatments. Here are the best options.
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5 Tips for an Effective Health Education Curriculum

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An effective health education curriculum can have a huge impact on students' lives by providing knowledge and skills essential to a healthy future.
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Tips to Relieve Stress When Caring for an Elder

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Caring for an elder can be hard work and stressful, but human and digital help are available to help out. You don't have to go it alone.
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Trained Service Dogs May Be the Key to Helping Children with...

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With its unconditional love and inherent patience, an autism service dog can lend far more support than any particular person or parent can offer by themselves.
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Why Unstructured Play is So Important for Kids

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Brain development has been shown to benefit from free play, where children use their creativity and own ideas to come up with a desired game or type of play.

Dementia in Children: Symptoms You Need to Be Aware Of

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Dementia rarely occurs in children. But when it does, it is usually due to genetic disorders, injuries, certain illnesses, and toxins. Common symptoms are memory loss, problems with language, loss of intellectual skills, and personality changes.

How to Minimize the Risk of ASD During Your Pregnancy

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Although the exact cause of autism is unknown, there are some things you can do that might minimize the risk of your child being born with ASD.

Are the Decisions You Make for Your Elderly Parents Biased?

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When making decisions for an elderly parent, are you making choices that they really want...or that you really want? Beware of Decision Maker Bias.

How to Have a Safe Family Summer Vacation

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Looking for tips on how to keep your home, family, and possessions safe while on vacation? Jennifer Landis help you discover secrets to a safe family vacation.