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How To Be More Eco-Friendly — While Staying Safe — As Illinois Continues To Reopen

Last updated: 07/04/2020

Like other cities across the nation, Chicago has seen an increase in residential garbage as a result of the state’s stay-at-home order, city officials said. And nestled in...

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COVID puts damper on some summer traditions, but creative solutions arise as well

Last updated: 06/12/2020

June is usually a month for cities and towns to mark the end of the school year and the start of summer with myriad events that allow people to socialize and celebrate with...

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Seattle teacher offers tips for teaching kids at home during school closures

Last updated: 03/17/2020

SEATTLE — As students across Washington state prepare for six weeks without school, teachers are sharing ideas to keep your child productive and learning in the times of...

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5 SIGNS YOU MAY HAVE ILLNESS ANXIETY DISORDER AND HOW TO OVERCOME IT (stacyknows.com)

Last updated: 12/24/2019

It is hard not to be a hypochondriac when each click of the mouse leads you to a news story about an illness or an alarming new study. With continuous medical research and...

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Field of Dreams Comes To Fruition

Last updated: 04/19/2019

The Miracle League Northshore recently celebrated the ribbon cutting of its new Children’s Hospital & Brees Family Miracle Field located at Coquille Parks and Recreation in...

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Push-Ups Could Push Down Your Cardiac Risk

Last updated: 04/19/2019

Push-ups not only provide a great workout but also may be predictive of future heart health. That’s the conclusion of a new study out of Harvard Medical School. It found that...

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Here is how a cat can hinder children learning new words

Last updated: 04/16/2018

Say you are shown an apple, a banana and a fruit you have never seen before. Then you are asked to pick the "pifo." Which fruit would you choose?

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Self-Regulation Snapshots

Last updated: 04/16/2018

FPG's Desiree Murray and Duke Center for Child and Family Policy's Katie Rosanbalm co-authored these free snapshots for practitioners and educators to use for each of six...

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SCHOLARSHIP

Last updated: 04/16/2018

2018 Early Educators' Leadership Conference (EELC) Scholarship for High School & CTE Teachers - Apply by May 1st The High School & CTE Teachers' Scholarship is for educators who...

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How 'Daycare' Became 'School'

Last updated: 04/16/2018

Chelsea Clinton made headlines recently as she campaigned for her mother—not for the policy proposals she defended, but for the fact that she did not accompany her...

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