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Teens and Technology: The 3 Ds of Danger

Research conducted by Common Sense Media found that 90 percent of America’s teens use social media and 41 percent consider themselves addicted to it. Although social media makes many users feel good, the study finds that dangers still exist. Protect your teenage children from the three dangerous Ds of technology: […]

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Fear Not Father Son Outings

Studies show that father and son bonding increases education and reading achievement and decreases the risks of drug and alcohol abuse and criminal activities. Finding ways and opportunities for bonding activities can be difficult with the stresses of work looming. A good dad will find the time and look for […]

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Look Good Feel Better

Look Good Feel Better, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women living with cancer to manage the appearance side effects of treatment and improve their self-esteem, celebrates its 25th Anniversary this year, marking a milestone in helping women undergoing cancer treatment. To mark this monumental occasion, Look Good Feel Better […]

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Have Fun and Build Character Too with these 4 Family Activities

From spending a day at the local water park to taking the kids to see the latest Pixar film, there are plenty of fun ways for parents to spend time with their kids. While these activities are definitely enjoyable, sometimes parents want to do something a bit more meaningful that […]

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A Mom’s Perspective on Mother’s Day

So now that the build up to Mother’s Day is over, I want to share my thoughts. Mother’s Day is a wonderful day when mothers everywhere are commemorated for all the planning, making, driving, cooking, loving, soothing, comforting, hugging, crying, and tending to their children and families. Children prepare home-made, […]

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Tips for Raising Teen to be Safe Drivers

Getting a driver’s license is one of the most important moment’s in your teen’s life, but it is not without its risks. The California Department of Motor Vehicles reports that 16 year-old drivers are 1.8 times more likely to receive a citation than other drivers, and drivers between 16 and […]