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Scholastic Summer Reading Offers Help for Parents

Published: 06/11/21
Scholastic Summer Reading Offers Help for Parents

Now through September 3, kids can participate in the Scholastic Summer Reading program and: Read free e-books. Attend virtual events with award-winning authors. Join a reading community and make new friends. Earn virtual rewards and share reading progress with parents and educators. Start and keep Reading Streaksℱ to help unlock a donation of 100,000 books from Scholastic, which will [Read More]

 

Birmingham Water Works Jumpstarts Hydrate the City at Alabama Farmers Market

Published: 06/11/21
Hydrate the City

After being virtual due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Birmingham Water Works’ (BWW) beloved Hydrate the City returns with in-person pop-up hydration stations. The annual program, held during the summer season, is designed to encourage people to enjoy water straight from the tap with delicious fruit infusions. Attendees will have the [Read More]

 

Birmingham Parent Among APA Media Awards Winners

Published: 06/07/21
Birmingham Parent among APA Media Awards for Magazine Contest

“Best House Ad or Self Promotion” đŸ‘đŸ» The awards were announced by Dee Ann Campbell, chairman of the AMA Contest Committee, in late May. This year, 19 publications submitted 298 entries in the annual contest. The South Carolina Press Association membership judged the entries. First place awards in many (to [Read More]

 

June is National Dairy Month!

Published: 06/05/21
June is National Dairy Month!

Options in the dairy case have expanded tremendously in the past decade and with so many choices, it’s no wonder that parents are overwhelmed and confused.  Everyone from your hairdresser to online health gurus have something to say about the foods you eat—and with that comes many myths. To help [Read More]

 

How to Check Your Nails for Melanoma

Published: 05/28/21
6 Surprising Places Skin Cancer Develops

When checking the body for signs of skin cancer, many people may only think to check their skin. However, board-certified dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology say it’s important to check the nails, too.  Although rare, skin cancer, including melanoma — the deadliest form of skin cancer — can [Read More]

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