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  • Heatwave at Edgerton Park shows diverse culture of Rochester
    Heatwave at Edgerton water park shows the diverse culture of Rochester
    Summer is here and the hot weather couldn't have hit at a better time. On the East coast of the country, from Maine through the Southeast, most would bet their life that for about nine months out the year, snow and frigid freezing temperatures...
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    Up, Up and Away - Rosie Pope, Tide and Gain
    Home safety tips on behalf of Rosie Pope, Tide & GainIn its latest effort to raise awareness on the importance of laundry room safety, P&G brands Tide and Gain are partnering with Safe Kids Worldwide, a nonprofit organization working to...
  • Pit bull -- not the dog in the story
    Pit bull picks up baby to help but punctures infant's chest
    A new report of a baby bitten when the family dog tried to carry her inside shows why children should not be left alone with dogs at any time. This dog was not trying to hurt the baby, according to reports. ABC Action News in Philadelphia reported...
  • King Nahh's Message to Diddy
    King Nahh's Message to Diddy, Sean Combs
    On Monday May 18, 2015 The Insider with Yahoo reported the outrage expressed through social media about a post Diddy made on Instagram. About three days ago Diddy shared a clip of King Nahh speaking about support in the black community. Nyeeam...
  • Smoking marijuana reported to stunt growth
    Smoking marijuana reported to stunt growth
    Although marijuana smoking is increasing in prevalence overall in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, its use among teens and children has remained stable over the past several years. Evidence is...
  • Dancing doesn’t do it for PE
    Dancing doesn’t do it for PE
    Dance is often offered as an alternative to PE, particularly for girls. However, a new study has found that dance falls short of the mark in regard to physical conditioning. The findings were published online on May 18 in the journal Pediatrics by...
  • Kids and electronics
    Are your children spending too much time with electronics?
    Take a few minutes to watch your child watching TV or playing on any electronics.They sit with their bodies rigid and their eyes glued to the program. You call their name. No answer! You walk into the room and they don’t even notice. With a...
  • Effort to honor Chicago shooting victim spurs national Wear Orange campaign
    Effort to honor Chicago shooting victim spurs national Wear Orange campaign
    The shooting death of a Chicago teen in 2013 -- and the community's response to it -- is the inspiration for the national Wear Orange campaign to promote responsible gun use.Several organizations, including Everytown for Gun Safety, joined...
  • Creation Account of Genesis : It does matter what our children believe
    Creation Account of Genesis : It does matter what our children believe
    What our children think about the Creation account in the book of Genesis is of up most importance. Children are a heritage from the Lord. It is in the minds and hearts of our children that the battle will be fought. We as Christians especially...
  • Starfish Family Services honor Rebecca A. Boylan and  Thomas W. Sidlik
    Starfish Family Services hosted fundraiser to support early childhood education
    Over the weekend, Starfish Family Services hosted their annual 'TurningtheTidefor Children'event in Detroit.This year’s event focused on the importance of the first five years in a child’s life. Dollars raised from the event...
  • June Faire
    Enjoy a taste of Britain at the annual British Home June Faire
    Just in time—the last of the homemade marmalade is gone—the British Home in Sierra Madre is putting on its annual June Faire. Celebrating all things British, the event will be held on Saturday, June 6, 2015 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on...
  • Sometimes parents have to be sneaky about vegetables
    New cookbook offers easy ways to sneak vegetables into your child's diet
    It's a struggle that very likely goes back to the beginning of time -- parents trying to get their kids to try (and like) healthy foods.Now Leann Forst, a board certified holistic health practitioner, is offering some new tools for those...
  • Cover of Thomas and Mia's Happy Tummy Hunt
    Ashlee Henderson support the growth of our children
    Author Ashlee Henderson of DT LIBY Publishing will be hosting the official book launch for Thomas and Mia's Happy Tummy Hunt! This fun filled nutritious adventure will take place on May 30th at Jungle Juice Bar from 1-3pm. There will be lots...
  • Every Hero Has a Story
    Some May Happenings
    For Central Kentucky children, the academic year is nearing a close as summer break creeps upon us, even though many counties have several make up days due to inclement weather experienced during the winter months. Here's a look at some...
  • My daughter and me, a few years back.
    Single Parenting: The Fine Line Between Balance and Insanity
    In response to my frequent inability to return phone calls and emails in a timely manner, I have heard myself saying to friends and family (with exasperation in my voice), “I do the work of two people you know!” I am in the midst of a...
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