How to Prevent Acne

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Acne is an affliction that plagues some 40 million to 50 million Americans, and if you think it is just teenagers who suffer from this malady, you are mistaken.   Though teens make up the majority of persons afflicted with acne (80% of people aged 11 to 30), some people do not have an acne outbreak

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Dental Health Tips for Kids

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Just because your child’s baby teeth are going to fall out anyway that you don’t have to take special care of them.  Many parents assume that these are merely “temporary teeth”, so letting your child have an endless stream of suckers or having a perpetual bottle of sugary soda or juice is A-Okay.  It is

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What Are The Unhealthiest Foods for Children?

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Left to their own devices, your child would eat anything and everything that contained sugar and subsequently would be bouncing off the walls.  Your mom, and her mom before her, knew that cereal encrusted with sugar was no prize when it came to breakfast food nutrition, and, so she may have tried to force feed

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Successful Summer Vacation Tips for High School Students

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High school students generally have one goal in mind after the last school bell rings in mid-June, and that is to relax.  They want to sleep in, stay up late and hang out with their friends.  Well, that is fine… for a short while anyway, but, of course the novelty wears off and soon the

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Successful Summer Vacation Tips for Elementary School Students

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For the kids who just finished their first year in kindergarten, or even “graduated” from first grade, the end of the school year might be a real traumatic event for them.  Even though they already know that they can sleep in later, and stay up later, there is angst over leaving their teacher and knowing

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