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It's Okay For Your Kids To Be Bored Over The Summer

Summer is here, the kids are out of school and you're left with the task of trying to avoid hear those dreaded words from your kids, "I'm bored!" here are activities and summer camps galore to fill children’s time and supply much needed childcare when kids are out of school. But psychologists and...
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It's Okay For Your Kids To Be Bored Over The Summer

Summer is here, the kids are out of school and you're left with the task of trying to avoid hear those dreaded words from your kids, "I'm bored!" here are activities and summer camps galore to fill children’s time and supply much needed childcare when kids are out of school. But psychologists and...
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We Consume A Lot Of Plastic And That Can Not Be Good

Plastic has been a news headline for quite some time and it is just about everywhere, including your body. A new study found that the average person swallows about 50,000 pieces of plastic per year. That’s between 126 and 142 tiny particles of plastic every day. But it isn't just what we're eating...
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Most Americans Keep Their True Feelings Bottled Up Even To Close Friends And Family

When you’re sad or stressed, do you have someone you can reach out to in confidence for help? Even though most people do, a new survey suggests millions of Americans simply keep their feelings bottled up. A quarter of the 2,000 adults questioned in this survey said they didn’t have someone to...
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Cereals With Healthy Descriptive Words May be Unhealthy

A walk down the cereal aisle of the grocery store and you'll notice just about every box and bag has buzzwords of "wholesome," or "all natural" in its description. But here's the truth, at least according to a new report in the Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, are these claims aren't...
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Key Words & Phrases May Indicate Depression

Nearly 19 million Americans have depression and although it is highly treatable only 36% of those suffering receive treatment . Not seeking treatment can have consequences that can be devastating including personal suffering, missed work, broken marriages, health problems and, in the worst cases,...
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Prince Harry Unfollows Prince William On Instagram But Not For The Reason You'd Think

There has been a lot of rumors circulating about a rift between Britain’s Prince William and Prince Harry and their families for some time now and those rumors were amped up this week when The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (William & Kate) unfollowed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Harry &...
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We Are Sitting More Than Ever And That Is Not Good

Americans sit an average of 10 hours a day pecking at keyboard, binging on Netflix and scrolling through social media feeds. While sitting behind a desk has been a social norm for quite a while, many new technologies have the potential of adding more sitting time then we had a decade ago...
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Potato Chips Aren't All That bad

When it comes to snack foods, potato chips are the healthiest unhealthy snack to eat! In a wasteland of processed junk foods, potato chips stand out as a heroic option, usually featuring only three ingredients: potatoes, vegetable oil, and salt. Not to mention the humble potato packs a wallop of...
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Daily Doses of Aspirin For Healthy Americans Present More Risk Than Benefits

For decades, daily doses of aspirin has been associated with lowering the risks heart attacks, strokes and other heart problems in older people. But that has changed under new guidelines in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. People without heart disease who take a daily aspirin may...
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