What to Do When Adoptees Lie and Steal

Whether it’s taking food from a friend’s house or money from your wallet, it’s important to be measured in how you respond if your child steals something.(Getty Images) There is a false assumption that antisocial behaviors only occur in older children who were adopted out of the foster care system after suffering neglect or abuse. In fact, time and again […]

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Learning Life's Lessons the Hard Way

Teens make mistakes – sometimes dangerous ones. So it’s important for parents to keep perspective, be an ally and help them learn how to move forward.(Getty Images) From school suspensions to traffic citations, teens can get into a boatload of trouble. And it’s inevitable that adolescents are going to make mistakes and some are going to be doozies. But as […]

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5 Ways to Be More Sexual—Even When You're Not in Bed

This piece is adapted from the new book The Feminine Revolution: 21 Ways to Ignite the Power of Your Femininity for a Brighter Life and a Better World ($17, amazon.com). This may seem counterintuitive in a culture that celebrates the Kardashians and made 50 Shades of Grey a bestseller, but female sexual power has always been controversial. Women who own their erotic power have, […]

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There's a Polio-Like 'Mystery Illness' On the Rise—Here's What You Need to Know

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has received an unusually large number of reports of polio-like illnesses in people—mostly children—across the United States in recent months, according to an agency telebriefing held yesterday. So far in 2018, 62 cases of the rare disease, called acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), have been confirmed in 22 states, with an additional […]

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This Is Why You Always Feel Bloated

A bloated stomach is a problem for various people. The feeling is unpleasant and sometimes has a negative impact on one’s self-esteem. It is thus important to examine the reasons responsible for this issue to treat the problem as quickly as possible. When a person is feeling bloated, a doctor normally looks for these usual conditions: Overgrowth of intestinal yeast […]

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The Bеnеfitѕ Of Adding Рrоbiоtiсѕ Tо Your Daily Diet

Thе average American diet is соmроѕеd оf a number of ingrеdiеntѕ thаt рut уоur hеаlth аt riѕk. It creates a mеѕѕ inside оur digestive tract, rеѕulting in a рlеthоrа of роѕѕiblе diѕеаѕеѕ. Thаt is whу ѕtudiеѕ were dоnе tо find a ѕоlutiоn tо this рrоblеm, аnd thiѕ is whеrе probiotics соmе in. Probiotics are ingredients thаt cannot be digеѕtеd and […]

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6 Signs You Should Get Pre-Marital Counselling Before Tying the Knot

Premarital counseling is one of those things that’s strongly encouraged—or even required—if you’re getting married in a religious ceremony. But what happens if you’re not getting married in that kind of setting? Is this still something you should look into? Some experts say it’s super-helpful. Brandy Engler, a licensed clinical psychologist specialising in relationships, says counselling before you get hitched, […]

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Why Are Saunas Heart-Friendly?

Saunas are designed for comfort. Here, we get to experience wet or dry heat sessions and as a result, we perspire. We’ve always known that saunas are perfect for relaxing purposes, but we’ve never really delved into the possible benefits it may have on our heart health. Most of us think of saunas as the perfect spots to recuperate after […]

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The Cure for Cancer Might Just Be in Your Own Cells

Tori Lee was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL), a blood cancer of very a aggressive form, when she started kindergarten in 2008. Immediately after the horrifying news, she started chemotherapy. Sadly, the chemo didn’t work, and the cancer persisted. According to her mother, Dana Lee, Tori underwent chemotherapy for almost two years before relapsing to the cancer after which they signed […]

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