• Grown-Up Problems Start at Bedtime

    Children who have persistent sleep problems are more likely in later years to suffer from depression and anxiety disorders and to abuse alcohol and drugs than kids without sleep problems, studies show. The Wall Street Journal, 1/19/2011

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  • Rock Stars for a Night, and for a Price

    Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camps allow everyday people to take lessons and gain insights from rock & roll legends and even perform in their own shows. Singer Roger Daltrey, from the Who, who has appeared at several fantasy camps, was asked why he keeps coming back. After all, at 66 he is secure financially and

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  • Improved measurements of sun to advance understanding of climate change

    Scientists may have found out accurately how much energy the sun produces.  This is an important discovery, as it could effect climate change in the future. ScienceDaily, 1/17/2011

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  • Californians brace for 59% premium hike

    One of California's largest health insurers – Blue Shield – announced plans to hike its premiums by as much as 59%. The jacked up premium rates are set to take effect on March 1, pending review from state insurance regulators.  Californians- as well as people all over the country- are extremely worried, to say the

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  • This isn’t Grandpa’s retirement

    Read about the difference being made by Judith Van Ginkel, age 71, and the dozens of social workers who help her run her organization, Every Child Succeeds. Every Child Succeeds is a home visitation program overseen by Cincinnati Children's Hospital that ensures low-income, at-risk pregnant women and their children get proper medical care and support.

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  • Movement Aims to Restore Play to the Lives of Children

    Sarah Wilson has started a movement to give kids the chance to do something we took for granted years ago when children went to kindergarten- to play, to pretend, to use one's imagination, and to interact with other children.  These opportunities seem to be greatly needed in the kindergartens of today, where one is more

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  • M.B.A.’s Have Biggest ‘Mommy Penalty,’ Doctors the Smallest

    Among highly educated women who take time off from their careers to raise their children, women with M.B.A.’s suffer the largest percentage “mommy penalty,” while those with medical degrees suffer the lowest proportionate loss, with female Ph.D.’s and lawyers falling somewhere in between. The New York Times, 12/6/2010

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  • The (Un)Marriage Penalty

    For couples who aren't married, financial planning poses unique challenges. The Wall Street Journal, 12/12/2010

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  • Celebrity Health Styles/ Celebrity Causes: Resources

      Celebrity Health and Fitness Celebrity Health & Fitness is a health, fitness, fashion and lifestyle Web magazine based in New York City. It publishes in-depth features and daily updates on news, opinion and gossip involving celebrity health, fitness, beauty, diet and fashion tips and secrets.

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  • Home and Family Resources

      Parenting- The Home of Parenting and Baby Talk Parenting Magazine has long been the premier magazine for moms looking for honest, real-world advice on raising children; it also strives to provide the emotional support moms need to enjoy their full lives.  Expectant mothers and new parents will also enjoy Babytalk.  Information for both audiences can

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  • Lifestyle & Relationships Resources

      Unfinished Business Lee Kravitz’s first book — the highly acclaimed memoir UNFINISHED BUSINESS: One Man’s Extraordinary Year of Trying to Do the Right Things — chronicles the journey he took to reconnect with his life after he lost his job as editor-in-chief of Parade in October 2007. This journey is also the topic of the

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  • Environmental Well-Being Resources

      The Daily Green The Daily Green is a great resource for up-to-date news on the environment and on what people are doing to live “greener” lifestyles.   Mother Nature Network The mission of Mother Nature Network (MNN) can be found at the top of every page on their site:  “Improve Your World.”  But while many sites

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  • Financial and Workplace Well-Being Resources

      Consumer Reports At TGFY Network, we like that Consumers Union- an independent, non-profit organization- has no ties or affiliations to any particular companies or brands, and we are therefore confident that the information they publish in Consumer Reports is non-biased.  The mission of Consumers Union is “to empower consumers to protect themselves.”   Fast

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  • Health & Healing Resources

      Canyon Ranch Canyon Ranch has been at the forefront of expanding the concept of a health resort by introducing a comprehensive professional approach, with a staff that includes registered dieticians, board-certified physicians, exercise physiologists, licensed therapists and other highly skilled, caring staff in order to provide guests with every possible resource. Their mission is

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  • Spreading the Corporate Holiday Cheer

    With Thanksgiving behind us and the holiday season kicking into high gear, it's time to reward and recognize the hard-working people who help make your business possible. The Wall Street Journal, 12/1/2010

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