5 Ways To Keep Dust Mites Out Of Your Child’s Bedroom

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When you realized that your little ones are sleeping with millions of creepy-looking pests, you’ll be freaked out. No, it wasn’t for the fact that you’re able to witness their hideous appearance, but the likelihood of your child’s health taking a beating from the allergens. Bouts of sneezing, red

Keep Your Kids from Becoming Video Game Zombies this Summer

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We are all learning to live our lives inside the walls of our own homes.  So many schools have moved to remote learning for the remainder of the academic year – and even those that are still open will be closing soon for the summer. Social distancing means that

Why Students Should Care About Their Credit Scores

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A students credit score is the credit report that shows credit transactions of students. This credit score indicates how well or otherwise a student has managed their spending and credits. You can find out more information about how credit scores work here. Putting efforts into knowing about one’s credit

Social Media & Mental Health In Teens

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In the current digital age, the Internet has become a source of information and personal connections. Through the increased use of social media, people are able to communicate with others at the touch of a screen. As opposed to earlier generations, the heightened use and dependence on digital technology

Care for the newborn in the first months of life

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The first day or two, newly mummified mothers may experience fear of the newborn. This is probably why it’s best to leave the Maternity Photographer until a few days after the birth! You have just experienced the miracle of the birth of a new life, the tears of joy

Diabetes is More Common Than You Think

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Diabetes is a condition in which the body either does not make insulin or cannot use it properly, causing sugar buildup in the blood. Diabetes is extremely common. Nearly 1 in 10 Americans have diabetes, and nearly 1 in 4 people over the age of 65 live with the

Benefits of Using a Modular Classroom

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We have come to learn that education is essential and has many benefits. Many parents are working hard for their children to go into good schools and have a great system. Governments of different countries and states have made efforts to try and enable every child to at least

Tips on improving yourself as a teacher

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As a teacher, you have a very important responsibility of imparting knowledge to the younger generation. However, people are often different with different things appealing to them. This also applies to learn as there are some people that you could explain a concept for within 5 minutes and they

How Does Life Insurance Work and How to Get the Right Plan For Your Family

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Getting life insurance for your family can be tricky, especially because you have to consider not only your needs but those of your loved ones. Even worse, some people still don’t understand how life insurance works. Perhaps you have your questions about life insurance, or someone recently suggested that

A Guide To Protecting Your Children Online

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The internet has opened us up to a world of possibilities, you can shop, do your banking, ask questions, check the weather and connect with friends 2,000 miles away with just the click of a button. But despite the great opportunities it presents, the internet can also be a