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Give The Gift  Of Literacy This Holiday Season You know the joy you feel when you come home to a surprise in your mailbox? A letter from an old friend,

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Finding a home BY ANA BELTRAN AND JAIA LENT  After taking on the responsibility of raising her granddaughter, Magdalena discovered her rental home had extremely high lead levels.  Rather than

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Gratitude is no Platitude: Giving Thanks at Thanksgiving is Actually Good for You! BY BOB AND JUDITH WRIGHT If we want to reap the truly awesome physical, psychological, and social

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BY YVONNE PUNNETT Grandmothers, it is gratifying to discover an author who genuinely knows how to engage and maintain a child’s interest in a very natural way, especially when you

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Opiods – What Are They? According to Web MD  Also called narcotics, opioids are a kind of pain medication your doctor may give you after an accident or surgery, or

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(Sponsored post) If you are interested in trading foreign currency, the first thing you need to do is to find a dependable forex broker. A forex broker is a company

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The Magic Behind Generations United BY ALAN KING In a controversial journal cover, a young person and an older person, dressed in battle fatigues, stood back to back. They each

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Is Blogging Right For You? BY DEANNA SHOSS I saw the familiar panicked, trapped face of a party guest from across the room. She stood next to the stuffed mushrooms,

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Grandparents lament: Those damn travel sports teams! BY KAREN L. RANCOURT Of late, I am hearing from more and more grandparents who are finding that travel sports teams are cutting

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Come join the fun!  Hands-on, old-fashioned, creative play the grandkids will love.  Twist, bend, stick and play…with Wikki Stix!  More fun than a toy…. more creative than a craft. Made

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A study funded by the National Institutes of Health is testing whether the nicotine patch can improve memory and functioning in people who have mild memory loss or Mild Cognitive

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  A Five-Facet Review of your Grandkids By Linda and Richard Eyre If you’re an average baby boomer, you will be a parent for sixty-plus years of your life, and

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Living with Intention is the Fountain of Youth BY BOB AND JUDITH WRIGHT Remember looking back on your school year as a kid? When you finished a grade level, you

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BY RICHARD LOUVE “Grandparents can play a special role in connecting kids to nature. We now know, through burgeoning research, that nature experiences offer special benefits to children. Among them,

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The Amazing Power of Kids and Compassion! Ryan Kyote, age 9, paid off the school lunch debt for his entire third-grade-class at West Park Elementary School in Napa, CA. He

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Use it or Lose it – How to Keep Your Brain Healthy Growing older is inevitable and whilst many of us believe that our brains naturally deteriorate in our old

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Neurological Conditions And Travel Insurance: What You Need To Know When you first get diagnosed with a neurological condition, it is unlikely that the first thing you think about is

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How the Internet Can Help Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease Over the past 10 years, researchers have learned Alzheimer’s disease starts much earlier than the onset of symptoms—10-20 years before an individual, family member

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Fun Things To Do With The Grandkid Some GRAND readers weighed in on what can you do to entertain the grandkids when they come for a visit. From Rosie Neyhouse (grandma

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