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Sean of the South – Dear God

Published: 01/31/19
By: Sean Dietrich
Dear God: It’s been awhile since we last talked. And I know you’re busy. But I have something I’d like to ask, if you have a second. Please—and I really mean this—let the kid I saw in Walmart play baseball this year. You know the kid I’m talking about. He [Read More]

Progressive Day Camp

Published: 01/31/19
By: Pam Molnar
Summer camp is a win-win situation for families. It gives parents the child-free time they need to work or care for younger children, while keeping their older children occupied with fun activities. The only disadvantage to summer camps is the cost. According to the American Camp Association, the average cost [Read More]

The Poetry Party

Published: 01/31/19
By: Charles Ghigna
What do you like to wonder about? Here’s a wondering poem for you about numbers.   How Many Raindrops? How many raindrops In each cloud? How many people In each crowd? How many snowflakes When it snows? These are numbers No one knows. How many seashells On the shore? Hundreds? [Read More]

Huntsville Company Creates Device to Help Stop Hot Car Deaths

Published: 01/31/19
By: Lori Chandler Pruitt
A technology company in Huntsville, Venturi Inc., has received a patent for a device that helps prevent this heartbreak. The device, called Payton’s Charm, detects the presence of even tiny amounts of carbon dioxide inside a closed vehicle and alerts via phone that something breathing – a child, animal – [Read More]

8 Tips to Help Make Dentist Visits Fearless and Tearless

Published: 01/31/19
By: Rachael Moshman
Visiting the dentist is a scary experience for many children. The dentist is a virtual stranger, even after several visits. Plus, the dentist and hygienists wear masks that cover their faces for most of the visit, making them appear even less friendly. It can be a very over-stimulating experience with the bright lights, loud buzzing and [Read More]

5 Tips for Staying on Track in the New Year

Published: 01/11/19
By: Courtesy of Premier Protein
When you focus on making small, positive changes, you can move your health goals forward throughout the year, no matter where you are on your health journey. To help stay on track, consider these easy-to-implement ideas from registered dietitian Annessa Chumbley: Write it down. Using a nutrition journal and keeping [Read More]

Help Pets Ward Off Winter Risks With These Simple Tips

Published: 01/11/19
By: Courtesy of Pet Smart
When temperatures drop, humans know to bundle up, and avoid excess time outdoors. The same approach should be taken when it comes to pets. They may be covered by cozy fur coats but not all of those coats are created equally. “Hypothermia is a real danger for pets in the [Read More]
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