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Does Your Infant Or Toddler Need Glasses?

Vision tests are conducted on infants starting at six months and a comprehensive eye exam by an eye care professional should be scheduled by age one and repeated before kindergarten.
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Things You Should Do At Least Once A Year

Just handling day-to-day tasks can be a monster achievement! But sometimes it can be even harder to keep tabs on those to-dos that only need annual attention. So here's a list of items you should do at least once a year. First is a trip to your doctor. Although you probably don’t need an annual...
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Student's Test Performance Suffers As Temperatures Rise

There's a good reason school is in recess over the summer. Research suggest that hot weather harms children's chances of doing well in exams. The Harvard study found that for every half degree increase of room temperature from 70°F, the performance of kids reduces by 1%. That number skyrockets in...
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Student Uses 3x5 Note Card Loophole To Cram For A Test

The devil is in the detail and for one lucky student it paid off well. Reb Beatty is an assistant professor at a Community College in Maryland, where he has taught Financial Accounting for years. As with previous classes, the Professor allows students to bring one 3x5 notecard with any information...
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Student Sticks Crib Note Underneath Finger Nails

Teachers try to stop all forms of cheating on exams and while today's generation may rely on technology more than ever, one physics students went old school and wrote answers underneath his fingernails. The Twitter user posted pictures of his fingernail art, taking to write several physics formulas...
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Guy Gives Friend His Pants To Take College Exam

If there's an award for the best friend in the world, 18 year old Andrew Nguyen would certainly be in the running. Wednesday, he and his friend Diana Le were both studying the University of Texas at Arlington library. While Andrew was studying for his next class, Diana was cramming for an exam she...
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