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French Children Have Less ADHD Than U.S. Kids

In France, far fewer children have been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorders – ADHD – than their counterparts here in the United States. Inquiring minds want to know why almost 9 percent of children in the United States are diagnosed with ADHD, compared to less than 5 percent in France, another developed western democracy? The answer lies to a ...

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Conservative Squad To The Republican Rescue

Four Republican women running for Congress in 2020 are being called the “conservative squad” who are challenging the original Capital Hill “squad” – or “socialist squad,” four far-left Freshman congresswomen who have gotten an incredible amount of mainstream press since being sworn into office, some symbolically on an Islamic Koran. Joining the 2020 congressional races are these four female GOP ...

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Show Kids How To Feel Good About Themselves

A baby is born naked and unashamed about feeling good (smiling and cooing) – or feeling bad (shrieking and sobbing). But it doesn’t take long before young children learn to take their emotional cues from their parents and playmates. Kids with a good, healthy self-image who feel good about life typically share certain characteristics, including: Feeling liked and accepted Having ...

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How Safe Is Ride-Sharing?

The dangers of drunk driving are well known. But how safe is being driven by an Uber or a Lyft driver when you are too inebriated to get behind the wheel? Ask a San Diego woman who boarded the back seat of an Uber vehicle to go home. She was so drunk that she asked the driver to pull over ...

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Mom Runs For Congress After Her Son Is Murdered

Agnes Gibboney is stepping up and taking action – after California’s sanctuary laws released the gang member who ended up murdering her son – by running for Congress. In 2002, Gibboney learned that her 29-year-old son Ronald Da Silva had been shot and later died of his wounds. The killer pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and was convicted and sent ...

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Coping With A Passive-Aggressive Boss

Unless you are an extraordinarily lucky soul, you have suffered the unusual cruelty of a passive-aggressive boss who made life miserable and full of anxiety for no good reason. Only the strongest personalities can withstand daily attacks on their work products, botched communications, and managerial incompetence. A shocking new poll from employment talent agency Robert Half revealed that almost half ...

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Dangerous Trend? Wedding Bud Bars

Weddings are a time of great joy and celebration, laughter and tears, music and dancing, champaign and – cannabis? With so many states relaxing their laws on marijuana use, couples are including bud bars supervised by skilled budtenders on their special day. Newlyweds who shun alcohol are turning to smoky tokes instead of traditional beverage toasts. Mike Whittaker and Jordan ...

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Set Your Kids Up For Success

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day… or so they say. Children’s bodies are growing and developing. This means they need the right nutrients and fuel in the right amounts to become the best they can be. Lunch and dinner just can’t provide all the vitamins and minerals most kids need. Scientific studies have shown that children who ...

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Kids Love Meditation, Too

We hear a lot about upstart children who disrupt class by acting out inappropriately. Many of these kids are bored by academics and full of youthful energy. What if there were a way to get them to simmer down and focus up? The good news is that there is – and it’s as affordable as it is simple. One well-known ...

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When Did Touching Become So Touchy?

Even though touch is a basic human need – along with sight, hearing, smell, and taste – one in four people are suffering from skin hunger. Also called touch deprivation, this genuine medical condition can undermine a person’s overall health and well-being. Gentle touching is a natural way animals express affection, acceptance, and approval. From birth to death, all of ...

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