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Science sparks curiosity in even the youngest children, but as your children get older, they are ready for more complex experiments and concepts. Encourage them to explore the things that they love, but also set them up to explore things that are unknown to them. By creating a safe environment in which they can explore,

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Your summer activities are planned, the camps are signed up for and the prospect of sleeping in a little bit each morning is on the horizon. However, before you send your kids outdoors to play, you need to think about how you’ll keep them safe in the sun.

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WASHINGTON, The US Committee for Camp Ashraf Residents (USCCAR), on behalf of hundreds of Iranian-Americans whose loved ones in Iraq’s Camp Liberty were the target of a massive Tehran-engineered rocket attack today,

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When it comes to school administration controversies, few are as hotly contested and often debated as the issue of school uniform requirements.

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Denise Buchanan is President of Sacred Garden Designs, Inc. a full-service landscape development company which cultivates beautiful inner and outer gardens

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The Iranian regime recently cut off access to the Internet. It also routinely censors the national press and stops foreign journalists getting into the country. If we don’t keep fighting, the winner of the forthcoming election will be chosen behind closed doors – with nobody able to voice any dissent.

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Once the weather starts to get nicer, kids will begin spending more time outside engaged in activities such as bike riding, swimming and organized sports. As they run around, ride their scooter and play baseball or tennis

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The Obama Administration released their National Drug Control Strategy in an attempt to address the salient issue of death by drug overdose: the now leading cause of accidental death in this country.

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After being notified that their children were being integrated without prior knowledge, Banneker parents sought out school administrators for answers but were instead given vague responses.

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NEW YORK – A leading shareholder advisory group Tuesday urged JPMorgan Chase investors to end chief executive Jamie Dimon’s tenure as chairman and fire a majority of the company’s board after a $6.2 billion trading loss.

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