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3 Steps to Help You Live a More Balanced Life with Diabetes

Those of us who have read about type 1 or type 2 diabetes are only familiar with the facts and those that come to live with it know it can be a struggle. Click here for the full article.
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School Rules

Living with Children John Rosemond Copyright 2010 John K. Rosemond Jon Akers, Director of the Kentucky Center for School Safety, has written an on-line essay calling on school systems to prohibit students from having cell phones in their possession during school hours (go to www.kysafeschools.org. )He presents an iron-clad argument to the effect that student cell phones are not just unnecessary but also contribute to bullying, underachievement, sexual harassment, numerous disciplinary issues, including cheating, and even criminal activity. It goes without saying that they are one more distraction to a generation that is already suffering from distraction overload. Click here for the full article.
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A Fabulous Awakening Introduction

In living the day to day, many of us in the ‘I Am Woman Generation’ abandoned the intrepid, truth-teller voice of our girlhood, at least for a time. Click here for the full article.
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3 year old’s Rebellion

My almost-3-year-old has started saying things to me that border on disrespectful. Overall, he's a very obedient little boy who knows he's not in control of our home. Click here for the full article.
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Kids on Leashes What?

What do you think of kids on leashes? Chicago Parent magazine put that question up on its Facebook page and—no surprises here—some readers went ballistic. “Treating the child like a dog!” was the common theme of said rants. One person suggested that these kids be taught to bark. Don’t you just love people who think with their pituitary glands? Click here for the full article.
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Young Athletes and Injury Prevention

Children and adolescents have begun to practice and play games. Football, cheerleading, soccer, volleyball, cross country for boys and girls are in full swing. Click here for the full article.

The 7th Annual Tim Barber Walk for POP

September –National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month Celebrate Prostate Cancer survivors and honor those whose lives have been lost to this disease. Click here for the full article.
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Training Your Dog with a Training Collar

There are numerous training devices that can be used when training your dog. The most basic piece of equipment that every dog owner ought to own is a top quality training collar. Click here for the full article.
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6-year-old Daughters Tantrums

A concerned mother told me her 6-year-old daughter still threw tantrums nearly every day, during which she screamed as if she was being tortured, produced copious tears, and performed various contortions, often losing her balance and falling to the ground where she would writhe as if possessed by demons. In fact, the parents sometimes wondered if an exorcism might be appropriate. These tantrums occurred when she didn’t get her way. “Why does she throw these tantrums?” the mother asked. Click here for the full article.
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Socialization Training Your Pet Not to Bite Part II

While socialization is a key to providing the puppy with life lessons and preventing biting, it isn’t the only method. Click here for the full article.