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Playing Outside Makes Kids Happier, Healthier And Smarter (But 7 Minutes A Day Isn't Enough) | TPR

By Kim Johnson & Jan Ross Piedad • Jun 13, 2017

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Despite evidence that children who play and learn outside are… 173 more words


A special water park that welcomes children with disabilities opens in Texas

Around the world people are fighting to make travel and public utilities more accessible for people with disabilities. But a special, all-inclusive water park opened up in Texas last week. 273 more words


consider the dangers of prescription medications if you have interest in living past the age of 50

This topic is vital to address if you or someone you care about is taking a prescription drug:

“Somehow or another, we need to refocus our efforts to create lives worth living, and improve access to and information about basic disease prevention, which begins with diet and basic lifestyle choices. 419 more words

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Kevin Federline Talks Co-Parenting With Britney Spears, Explains Why He Missed Father’s Day With His Sons

Kevin Federline has learned that co-parenting with your ex means making sacrifices.

The 39-year-old father-of-six — including 11-year-old Sean and 10-year-old Jayden with Britney Spears — opens up in a new interview about what raising kids with a pop star ex is like, and how splitting the time causes him to miss out on certain things, such as Father’s Day. 393 more words


Scientists claim rediscovery of eighth wonder "lost" 130 years ago

A range of silica deposits that formed terraces was once the pride of New Zealand. It was, in fact, one of the contenders of the title eight wonder of the world. 253 more words


Pregnant teen in Ireland put in mental institution for seeking abortion

In late 2016, a teenager in Ireland found out that she was pregnant. She went to the capital Dublin with her mother seeking an abortion. However, she ended up in a mental institution for the next few months, held against her will. 265 more words