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Birth Order affects your child’s vision, Research Shows

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Birth Order affects your child’s vision Illinois College of Optometry Study Determines Birth Order Can Affect Reading Readiness and Academic Performance CHICAGO, Nov. 18, 2014 // — Birth order is ...

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Most Parents Forget This When Sending Their Kids to College

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College student insurance As you tour college campuses with your teenager, it’s impossible not to think about money. Tuition, student housing, meal plans, books — it’s enough to make any ...

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7 Amazing Tips for Being the Best Mom in Busy Life

Being the Best Mom in Busy Life You can be a very busy mum, be best at it, at the same pull out your best character, beauty, and be able ...

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Moms Face Stress going back to work after baby

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Going back to work after baby. A recent survey* conducted online by Harris Interactive on behalf of www.storebrandformula.com found that a whopping 91 percent of moms returning to work post-childbirth cite a ...

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How To Deal With Frustration

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How To Deal With Frustration Life is full of frustrations. From the minor irritations of losing something to the major problem of continued failure towards a desired goal. Since many ...

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How to stop bedwetting in your older child

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How to stop bedwetting Every parent waits for it…when they finally don’t need to buy pull-ups anymore and their child is dry at night. But what do you do if ...

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The Downside of Being Cool

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The Downside of Being Cool Being popular as a teenager doesn’t mean smooth sailing as an adult. In fact, a new, decade-long study found that stereotypical “cool” teens are more likely ...

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Bedtime Stories for the Youngest Children of Divorce

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Children of Divorce reading guide Are you having a hard time telling your little one (pre-school through second grade) about your divorce?  Are you searching for the right words to ...

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