Creating a Family History Book
Apr24

Creating a Family History Book

Are you among the countless people who are clueless when it comes to your ancestral roots? Like many, you probably have a photo album filled with pictures but can’t establish the family connection with most of those in the photos. Perhaps it’s time you inves read more

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Teaching & Learning with Games — 10 to 20 repetitions vs. 400
Apr24

Teaching & Learning with Games — 10 to 20 repetitions vs. 400

Play enhances learning to an astonishing degree.  The late Dr. Karyn Purvis, Director of Texas Christian University’s Child Development Center stated, “Scientists have recently determined that it takes approximately 400 repetitions to create a new synapse in the brain – read more

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Unaware, Active Fun & Exercise
Apr04

Unaware, Active Fun & Exercise

The former First Lady, Michelle Obama, helped make parents and grandparents aware of the obesity problem that is an epidemic among U.S. children today. This childhood obesity leads to other conditions such as diabetes and heart trouble in children who are much too young read more

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Filtered Water – the Future of Good Health
Mar30

Filtered Water – the Future of Good Health

While a water crisis exists in many African nations in the form of a shortage of potable water fit for human consumption or water that is in relatively close proximity and easy to carry, the United State is also on the brink of a water crisis in the form of pure, health read more

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What Does Madonna Have in Common With a Welder From Iowa?
Feb23

What Does Madonna Have in Common With a Welder From Iowa?

A third seat is the obvious answer. Recent news articles herald a new baby boom in America. Many famous couples like Will Smith and Jada Pinkett have three or more children, Madonna has five or six, and even non-Hollywood families are experiencing a decided increase in read more

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