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Tag Archive: United States

Strange Jobs Involving Animals

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Most of us are fascinated by the lives of animals to some extent. Whether it is by watching the National Geographic Channel or caring for your own pets, most humans enjoy interaction with… Continue reading

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Infographic: Drinking in College

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There’s a popular theory that when young adults go away to college and get their first taste of freedom, their inhibitions are either shed in quick order or eventually atrophy from disuse. Alcohol… Continue reading

The Many Ways That Poor Quality Drinking Water Affects Children’s Development

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Many parts of the world still don’t have access to clean, safe drinking water, and the individuals in those areas, especially the children, are adversely affected. Poor drinking water that’s contaminated and not… Continue reading

This is What Your Boogers Are Made of!

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Hey, get your finger outta there! Instead of picking them out, let’s learn about those little blobs. Yeah, we’re talking about boogers. To understand what boogers are, you need to know about mucus… Continue reading

529 Plans and Other Ways To Save For College

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For residents of the United States, saving for college has always been an issue, but with the recent introduction of tuition fees in the United Kingdom, more families will have to consider setting… Continue reading

Mothers Baby – Fathers Maybe

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It is easy for a woman to know that she is the parent to the baby that has just been born, but for the father there has to be a lot of trust.… Continue reading

4 Android Apps That Can Help Your Kids Sleep And Study Better

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Sleep deprivation is a common and major problem for kids these days. Not only does sleep deprivation affect their health and cognitive skills, but it can also affect their academics and relationships. However,… Continue reading

Stuck On An Essay? Be Inspired By 10 University Students Who Are Achieving Amazing Things

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Around the world university students are changing the world. Whether it is making a scientific breakthrough or winning a literary award, university students are making a difference—which goes to show that it doesn’t… Continue reading

Video: 12-Year-Old Discovers All U.S. Presidents Are Direct Descendants of King John Of England

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The Value of a College Degree: Very Important for Young Ladies

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By Leo DaRosa Why is it more important for a young lady to further her education beyond high school than a young man? Conquering college education It is crucial that a young lady… Continue reading

How To Keep Your Children Happy

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Keeping your children happy is something most parents strive towards throughout their lives. It is somewhat a mythical talent with their wants seeming rather insatiable. Parents are faced with the extremely difficult task… Continue reading

Peer To Peer Kids’ Fashion

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Clothing kids can be a nightmare. Not only are younger and younger children developing an interest in fashion but the little darlings keep growing. Not only are parents having to shell out a… Continue reading

Parents Beware: Winter Diseases & Sneezes

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If you have school age little ones your probably know winter will most likely deplete your paid time off with unexpected visits to the emergency room and the pediatrician. We keep children enclosed… Continue reading

How To Help Your Teenager Fit Into A New School

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When you move house, one of the many worries that you have will be how to help your children integrate into a new school. They will be feeling very sad about the old… Continue reading

A Black Nerd Queen Call to Arms

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It infuriates me to not see that the likes of me, my daughters and other Black Nerd Queens represented in the media. With the exception of Issa Rae, Dee Rees and the High… Continue reading

Youth Camps – Are They Safe?

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By Stephanie Harbin Today, so many things are happening. Violence and horrific events have occurred almost everywhere – schools, movie theaters, churches, college campuses, homes, and shopping malls. One might ask, “Is anywhere… Continue reading

Why Families Should Tell Their Stories

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As a child, I eagerly anticipated Thanksgiving each year—not because of the turkey dinner or football game, but because I got to see all of my extended family. After enjoying a feast fit… Continue reading

STD Testing for Minors: Privacy Laws and How to Acquire Safe Testing

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  Over the last three decades, state laws have been enacted that allow minors increased authority to consent to health care, including testing and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Most minors may… Continue reading

E-cigarette Use On The Rise Among America’s Youth

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While the percentage of Americans who smoke continues to fall – dropping recently to below 20 percent for the first time since the 1960s – the lure of smoking continues to exert a… Continue reading

Happy Teens Earn Higher Incomes As Adults

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By Sharon L Forster Studies, such as one conducted by University College London and the University of Warwick that looked at a survey of 10,000 Americans, have found that happy teens reported higher… Continue reading