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Researchers Reduce IQ Exam Length While Maintaining Accuracy

Children with special needs may require a shorter test.

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Permanent Daylight Savings & Later School Start Might Not Be As Good as they Sound

To get kids more rest these solutions might not be the answer.

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Study Finds First-Time Moms at These Ages Make Less Than Their Husbands

Moms have always been disproportionately affected by the gender pay gap, but this new study offers more troubling insights.

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Foods and Habits That Can Help to Lower Your Child’s Cholesterol Levels

As parents of young children, the concern about what our kids eat is a thing we deal with on a daily basis. When they’re still in the toddler/preschool stages, we have a lot more control over their food and drink…

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Two Dogs and a Baby: An Imperfect Relationship

Photo: Jen Setteducato
Dogs are supposed to be a kid’s best friend, right?
When I think about “man’s best friend” the image I have is always of a little boy frolicking in the yard with his fluffy golden retriever puppy…

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Research Suggests The More Children A Mom Has, The Slower She Ages

Photo: Theresa Martell via Flickr
You might FEEL like you’re running yourself into an early grave, but new research from Simon Fraser University in BC suggests that moms that have multiple children have healthier DNA. The study conducted surveyed 75…

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Quadruple Chocolate Cupcakes

When it comes to guilt-free indulgence for the whole family, this dessert recipe totally fits the bill.

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Sensational Snickerdoodles

Snickerdoodles are a holiday classic and it doesn’t get much easier than this recipe. There are three main reasons why we love this version: you don’t need a mixer, you don’t have to refrigerate the dough, and the end result…

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5 Family-Friendly Sweets and Eats on Olive Way

If you lived in Seattle BK (before kids), you’ve probably popped into a few of the watering holes and late-night eateries lining Capitol Hill’s Olive Way. Those were the days when being a night owl meant staying awake after midnight…

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Skillet Apple Pie

We’ve all been there — as you try to piece together your broken pie crust with ice water your frustration merely sky rockets and you swear to the pie gods that you’ll never make a pie crust ever again. For…

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Frank’s Apple Pie

Phebe, Red Tricycle’s Atlanta Editor shares her favorite Thanksgiving recipe.
Ingredients:
2 cups self-rising flour
1 ½ sticks butter or ½ cup Crisco
milk
1 bag apples, sliced verrrry thin with mandoline
nutmeg
cinnamon
allspice
1 cup brown sugar
1…

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