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Home-Made Non-Alcoholic and Delicious Cocktails

Posted on 17 May 2010 in Fun & Games

Holidays are a great time for families and friends to get together to celebrate. Unfortunately, more and more families are affected by alcohol abuse these days. Rather than just offering alcoholic beverages, try one or more of these home-made non-alcoholic and delicious cocktails. Peach Julius (Makes one serving) Ingredients: 1 cup frozen or fresh peach […]

Stress Management Techniques for Seniors

Posted on 16 May 2010 in Health & Safety

Stress is something nearly everyone has to deal with. You may not be able to do much about the things stressing you, but can you do something to help the senior citizens in your life? What stress management techniques for seniors can you pass along to help them? Even though most seniors already know it, […]

How a Change in Sleep Patterns Can Indicate Depression

Posted on 16 May 2010 in Health & Safety

Depression is a common health issue that millions of people around the world suffer from. You may recognize the emotional aspects to the illness, but did you know there are physical symptoms as well? Some don’t realize how a change in sleep patterns can indicate a depression, but it is one of the more prevalent […]

Cerebral Palsy 101

Posted on 15 May 2010 in Health & Safety

Every parent hopes that their child will live a long, healthy life. Unfortunately that isn’t always the case. Some children are born with Cerebral Palsy (CP), a number of disorders affecting the brain as it develops. If you’re unfamiliar with this condition, read on to find out more. Cerebral Palsy is caused by damage to […]

How to Throw a Teen Party Without Alcohol

Posted on 15 May 2010 in Parenting

Teenagers are steps away from being adults so they often think they should do the same things adults do. Unfortunately, teens don’t always use the best judgment. They want to throw a party, just for the fun or it or to coincide with activities at school. As a parent you want your teen to enjoy […]

Sit Back and Let the World Go By

Posted on 14 May 2010 in Life and Time Management

At some point in your hectic life, you may feel like screaming “Stop the world, I want to get off!” Life can come at you in a blur at times. It’s at those moments you want to sit back and let the world go by. Taking time to refresh yourself is extremely important in today’s […]

Brain Training Software for Seniors

Posted on 14 May 2010 in Fun & Games

You may have heard the saying “Use it or lose it.” What most people don’t realize is just how true those words are when you’re talking about your mind. It’s important to take the time to challenge your brain each day. The following are some brain training software for seniors to use so they can […]

Stress Busters for Busy People

Posted on 13 May 2010 in Life and Time Management

Stress – it’s something nearly everyone contends with on a daily basis. At times the stress is positive such as having a baby or trying to win a race. At other times it’s negative such as having too much to do and not enough time to do it. You can use some of these stress […]

How to Embrace Your Child’s Disability

Posted on 13 May 2010 in Life and Time Management

Disabilities can be caused by problems associated during pregnancy or birth, but they may also be due to injuries. When your child is disabled it’s not uncommon for the parents to feel they’ve done something wrong. You may also wonder how to embrace your child’s disability. The following are some ideas to help parents learn […]

How Seniors Can Benefit from Music Therapy

Posted on 12 May 2010 in Life and Time Management

Growing older can be frustrating. Besides all of the aches and pains associated with aging, many seniors begin developing problems remembering or being able to focus. Scientists and health professionals are beginning to see how seniors can benefit from music therapy. It may be something you want to consider to help seniors in your life. […]

How to Help Your Teen Cope with Cerebral Palsy

Posted on 12 May 2010 in Parenting

Cerebral Palsy, also known as CP, is a debilitating disorder which can be caused by brain damage either while a child is in the womb or during birth. People with CP may be affected by one of three types: Ataxic, Athetoid, or Spastic. No matter which type your family is dealing with, it’s important to […]

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