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Body Odor Or Discrimination?

We’ve all been on the receiving end of a funky odor that sometimes comes whiffing past our nostrils in a crowded elevator or while sitting on public transportation — the unmistakable smell of terrible hygiene. Last week, passengers on an American Airlines flight apparently experienced that same nauseating odor emanating from a couple and their young daughter on a Miami-to-Detroit ...

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Midlife And Infidelity – Why Some Men Cheat

From Bill Clinton to David Letterman, to Bill Cosby – there seems to be no lack of men at midlife being caught with their pants down. The rampant headlines of this affair or that, begs the age-old question: Why do men cheat? And does midlife really have anything to do with it? There has long been speculation that men are ...

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Top Five Ways to Add a Little Spice to Your Valentine’s Day

The lights are down, the tree has been put away, so that means Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. What is the most important gift you can give your significant other this Valentine’s? Most relationship experts agree it is the same one that works best all year long, but is especially important during the Holiday of Romance. Give him ...

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3 Reasons Why Parents Should Smile More Often At Their Children

It’s not only good for their social development, but it’s also beneficial to their physical health. The cheapest investment a parent can make in their child’s future is smiling more each day. The other day I was lurking a friend’s profile picture and reading the comments. One of the posts could have been a statement said to me: “Smile! You’d ...

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We Have Lost The War On Fatty Foods And Dairy

Say goodbye to apples and fat-free milk and hello to artery-clogging triple cheese macaroni and pounds of salty butter, thanks to the new all-American school diet. Recently, Bloomberg Businessweek published an article that shared how the Department of Agriculture is throwing out the Obama-era school nutrition standards and replacing it with a dairy-filled diet that would make any cow run ...

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Your Child Is Autistic: What Now?

My personal history with autism started with my son’s diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome at age 5. He’s 27 now, and I write this for the benefit of those parents who are coming to terms with the recent discovery that their child is autistic. The mind races, the heart pounds, and the tears flow, trying to figure out what to do ...

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Warning Children About Traveling Abroad

Canadian citizen Edith Blais and her Italian friend Luca Tacchetto went missing on December 18, 2018, in Burkina Faso, a country in western Africa located to the north of Ghana. Although unconfirmed, they are presumed dead at the hands of natives under their self-proclaimed international jihad (holy war). Blais and Tacchetto ignored travel warnings and ventured optimistically into hostile territory ...

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Commercial by Gillette Proves the #MeToo Movement Went Too Far

Gillette recently shared a short film that served as an advertisement for their brand. It positioned men as being brutes who can’t keep it in their pants at first, but then it begs the question of whether that type of behavior is what makes a man. After showing men as bullies and brutes, the commercial then shows the more gentle ...

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Say Hello To America’s Youngest Lawmaker

Although West Virginia House of Delegates member Caleb Hanna is just 19-years old, he’s already become someone to watch as the future of the Republican Party. The young charismatic African American legislator appeared on Fox & Friends to outline his unique proposal to help fund the president’s border wall — which is donating $10 million of his states’ surplus to ...

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How to Say “Yes” to Saying No

There’s a great kids song that has just 3 words—yes, no, and maybe. A whole stanza of only “yesses” begins the song. “Yesses” are blessings, winnings. Yes is music to the ears. The sound of angels and the so-called Lost Chord are all bound up in that simple, beautiful one syllable – “YES.” When kids begin their lives, like the ...

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