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Back-to-School breakfast ideas

Back-to-School breakfast ideas

It's the most wonderful time of the year – back-to-school. But getting kids excited for the day is not exactly easy when faced with a school day morning. In order to get the energy up and keep it there, a good breakfast is essential. Break away from boring breakfasts with these tasty recipes

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Back-to-School: Dealing with anticipation & anxiety

Back-to-School: Dealing with anticipation & anxiety

For many kids, the anticipation of going back to school is exciting. It’s a chance to see friends, share stories about summer break, and re-engage in the activities and sports they love. But at the same time, preparing for the new school year can also bring on stress and anxiety as worries creep in about bullying, romantic relationships, academic stress, LGBTQ issues and more.

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Building secure futures, one family at a time

Building secure futures, one family at a time

At every stage of life, life insurance is an important consideration for protecting your family and your assets. As much as you may not want to think about it, you cannot afford to avoid making these important preparations.

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Ways to Simplify Back-to-School Shopping

Ways to Simplify Back-to-School Shopping

While kids and parents alike eagerly await the fresh start of a new school year, the back-to-school season is not without its share of stressors for busy families. The start of school means new schedules, teachers, shoes, backpacks and friends; as well as new academic challenges

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Affordable summer tips to get kids active

Affordable summer tips to get kids active

It’s up to parents to make sure their kids’ summers are filled with opportunities for them to stay active. Summer programs and sports leagues are great, but they often require expensive participation fees.

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 Summer Tragedy: Kids in hot parked cars

Summer Tragedy: Kids in hot parked cars

A car's interior can rise 43 degrees in an hour and easily top 123 degrees on only an 80-degree day, even with the windows "cracked" open. Within minutes, that sweltering environment can turn lethal for a child, whose body temperature rises three to five times faster than an adult's.

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Life-saving children’s program impacts thousands

Life-saving children’s program impacts thousands

Heimlich Heroes is a free interactive program designed for children ages seven and up. After a basic one-hour training, students can recognize signs of choking, minimize or eliminate the risk of choking, and properly perform the Heimlich maneuver. Heimlich Heroes has a beyond the classroom-based approach and children can now also be taught through HH training in a variety of environments.

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Prepare your kids for summer burglary season

Prepare your kids for summer burglary season

Nearly 2 million home burglaries are reported in the United States each year, and the majority of these burglaries occur in the summer months. The scariest part of this statistic for parents is the summertime rise in home break-ins typically correlates with when their children are home without an adult.

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Why does my teen act without thinking?

Why does my teen act without thinking?

Why does my teen act without thinking? Don’t worry parents, it’s biological. TeenSafe weighs in on maturity, emotions and the teenage brain.

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Keep kids learning all summer long

Keep kids learning all summer long

Inspiring children to continue to learn doesn’t have to be a grueling process as activities and educational games can be a fun way for children and parents to learn new things over the summer.

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