Aging Excellently: Can You Surf the “Silver Tsunami” or Will You Drown?

By: Cheryl Woodson. The media has called the aging of America the “Silver Tsunami.” Our families, health system, and economy can either surf, or drown. Where’s your surfboard? The first Baby boomers reached age 65 in 2012, ushering in the largest group of seniors in American history, but these silver foxes don’t intend to rock… [More]

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Dos and Don’ts of Dating for Single Moms

By: Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC. A divorce or end of a relationship leaves both partners feeling conflicted, guilty and upset. Having a new relationship is usually not the first thing most exes think about, especially when children are involved. Making sure the kids are okay–and trying to ease their pain with the changes in… [More]

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Three Ways to Think Like Einstein and Keep Love Fresh

By: Andrea Goeglein. Has finding and keeping lasting love made you feel insane? Have you found yourself attracting the same type of mate and suffering through the same painful prolonged breakups? Have you vowed never – and I mean never – to date or fall in love again? Supposedly one far wiser than me, Mr.… [More]

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What Is Your Toddler Really Thinking?

By: Paul Holinger, M.D. Kids may say the darndest things—but toddlers seem to have the market cornered on defiant expressions of opinion. Your once sweet—but inarticulate—baby turns into a fountain of “No!” Sometimes, it may sound as if your two-year-old doesn’t like you much anymore: “No.” “Go Away!” “Mine!” “Stop!” But toddlers aren’t looking to […]

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De-Clutter 101

By: Jennifer Fischer. Have you found yourself surrounded in a sea of clothes, artwork, mismatched furniture and more kitchen appliances than you can count? Or are you too embarrassed for friends and family to come over, fearing they will label you as “hoarder?” If you search “tips for reducing clutter in the home,” more than […]

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3 Ways to Teach Your Daughter About Cultural Diversity

By: Danielle. The Dalai Lama recently tweeted that the most important challenge of our day is to teach the value of “compassion and a concern for others.” In a world torn by conflict and strife, there can be no more admirable goal. And who is in a better position to teach these values than parents? […]

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Your Daughter’s Bedroom: Compromising for an Affordable Redesign

By: Danielle. It’s almost inevitable that at some point, your daughter will want to change the look of her bedroom. When she feels like she has outgrown her existing decor, she’ll want to be a part of making it a room that expresses her personality and suits her interests. Redesigning her bedroom doesn’t have to […]

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Sticky fix: Docs use 'super glue' to mend brains

Sticky fix: Docs use ‘super glue’ to mend brains

A 3-week-old girl was recovering Tuesday from life-saving brain surgery after Kansas surgeons used a sterile surgical glue to seal the infant’s bleeding aneurysm.

Pot-laced treats may send more kids to the ER

Increased use of medical marijuana may lead to more young children getting sick from accidentally eating food made with the drug, a Colorado study suggests. Medical marijuana items include yummy-looking gummy candies, cookies and other treats that may …

Mom's heartache: Two sons have deadly disease, but only one can get 'miracle drug'

Mom’s heartache: Two sons have deadly disease, but only one can get ‘miracle drug’

Each day brings Jenn McNary another dose of hope and heartache as she watches one son get healthier while the other becomes sicker.

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Dos and Don’ts of Dating for Single Moms

By: Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC. A divorce or end of a relationship leaves both partners feeling conflicted, guilty and upset. Having a new relationship is usually not the first thing most exes think about, especially when children are involved. Making sure the kids are okay–and trying to ease their pain with the changes in […]

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Ten Ways to Cope When Your Children Embarrass You

By: Harry H Harrison Jr. Pity the parent of an undisciplined child. They’re life is chaos. They never know when the eruption come: in the middle of a grocery store because their child wants a toy; in the middle of a furniture store because their child is bored and starts jumping on sofas to the […]

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Aging Excellently: Can You Surf the “Silver Tsunami” or Will You Drown?

By: Cheryl Woodson. The media has called the aging of America the “Silver Tsunami.” Our families, health system, and economy can either surf, or drown. Where’s your surfboard? The first Baby boomers reached age 65 in 2012, ushering in the largest group of seniors in American history, but these silver foxes don’t intend to rock […]

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Three Ways to Think Like Einstein and Keep Love Fresh

By: Andrea Goeglein. Has finding and keeping lasting love made you feel insane? Have you found yourself attracting the same type of mate and suffering through the same painful prolonged breakups? Have you vowed never – and I mean never – to date or fall in love again? Supposedly one far wiser than me, Mr. […]

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Ten Ways to Cope When Your Children Embarrass You

By: Harry H Harrison Jr. Pity the parent of an undisciplined child. They’re life is chaos. They never know when the eruption come: in the middle of a grocery store because their child wants a toy; in the middle of a furniture store because their child is bored and starts jumping on sofas to the […]

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Managing Yours and Your Child’s Stress

By: Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC. Our kids are growing up fast and in a generation with electronics their parents never knew. Recent family statistics mention that: * On average, 53 hours per week of a child’s life is spent interacting with some sort of screen media * Kids are sleeping less * Children are […]

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Girls, Success Does not Depend Upon Twerking

By: Mary Jo Rapini, MEd, LPC. Miley Cyrus had us all talking after the MTV-VMA Awards, but the talk wasn’t positive. A woman who had grown up influencing girls with Hannah Montana and Disney doesn’t naturally choose twerking unless she has run out of artistic options or is rebelling against the crowd that helped make […]

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How to Give Your Child or Teen a Fun and Safe Gaming Experience

By: Mary Kay Hoal. If your child has been eyeing your tablet and thinks of it as their go-to gaming device, you should forget about the Xbox One and PS4, or games like Grand Theft Auto 5, Battlefield 4 and Call of Duty: Ghosts and consider these alternatives: For Toddlers and Younger Kids: Make sure […]

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