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Try new things; don't box yourself in

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Recently, I had my wisdom teeth removed. In the wake of that procedure, it would be an understatement to say that I had a lot of time on my hands. With medication running through me that kept me

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Talking to your kids about vegetarianism

My husband and 10-year-old son went fishing this summer, and upon their return my son bounded in with enough fish to feed our extended family of 14, and then some.


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Teens, have a heart - help those 'aging' parents

People get old. And for some reason the O-word is practically a swear word in this country. It shouldn’t be. I mean heck, congrats for living long enough


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Comic Con a friendly gathering of nerds and geeks

Comic Con is a place for nerds and geeks to go and express their love. It’s a place where many celebrities, authors, artists and vendors go for everyone to


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Calling a truce on sibling warfare

You’re coming home from a day at school and it’s pretty much been the worst, so you are looking forward to enjoying the treats you have had stashed in


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Travels from O-Town to Big Apple bring new view of world

In early June, I got the opportunity to take a trip with my family to New York City. I had visited Chicago a couple of times but this would be my first time in The


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Got teen angst? You're not alone

Hollywood portrays teenagers in two ways: as young adults who party their weekends away or as grungy rebels plagued with teenage angst. While there may be a grain


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Let's be honest: The first day of school is really all about the

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — “Don’t you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened


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Meet the National Zoo's new bison, Zora and Wilma

Wilma the American bison kicks up her heels and tosses her husky, horned head as she dashes into her grassy pasture. She turns to look for the other half of her


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A brain reason for teenage risky behavior

Teenagers can do the craziest things. They drive at high speeds. They stand around outside loud parties and smoke weed in front of cops. They guzzle liquor. They


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Prevent tragedies in the water by knowing swimming safety tips

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drowning is the No. 1 leading cause of death for children from the ages of 1 to 4. Drowning can happen


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