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Latino Families’ Use Of Early Education

Latino Families’ Use Of Early Education

Latino Families’ Use Of Early Education Todd Grindal, Contributor Renee Lamoreau, Michael López, & Todd Grindal There is widespread consensus that high quality pre-kindergarten programs can provide sizable benefits for young children and their families. For Hispanic[1] families the positive

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Tradiciones y Rituales Para el Mejor Año de tu Vida

Tradiciones y Rituales Para el Mejor Año de tu Vida

(Featured Photo: Profesora Venus y su Ritual Para Año Nuevo / YouTube) Por: Joaquin Antonio Siraitare Silver Estas tradiciones te traerán abundancia, prosperidad, salud, suerte y armonía para el 2017: 1. Poner en un frutero de barro siete frutas distintas

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Ideas for Celebrating the New Year When You Have Kids

Ideas for Celebrating the New Year When You Have Kids

Enjoying the New Year when you have children brings a new host of challenges, especially if you’re a newer parent.  The makers of Mommy’s Time Out Wine understand and have offered the following ideas: Keep it Simple; Celebrate at Home:

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5 Facts We Haven’t Heard from The Gluten-Free Industry

5 Facts We Haven’t Heard from The Gluten-Free Industry

(A gluten-free fair is being held in Benicia, California. Featured Photo: Joe Lewis/Flickr Creative Commons) By Dr. John Douillard Gluten-free product sales are expected to be as high as 15.6 billion by the end of 2016, and with 28 percent

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5 Tips to Keep Your Home Safe During the Holidays

5 Tips to Keep Your Home Safe During the Holidays

By: Jessica Lizza Cronkite Special to AZLatinos.com Most Americans get up in the morning and get ready for school or work. They fight through traffic, work all day and usually want to come home and find that little bit of

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You Are Where You Live: How Your Home Impacts Your Health

You Are Where You Live: How Your Home Impacts Your Health

Despite recent efforts to establish a healthier lifestyle, obesity is still a dangerous epidemic across the country. 250 million Americans are overweight or obese, and what’s worse—this generation of children will be the first to live shorter lives than their

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Know the Signs: Does Your Child Have a Sleeping Disorder?

By Christina Vercelletto It’s not just about being drowsy during the day. Hyperactivity, poor grades, and social problems are all potential consequences of a childhood sleep disorder. According to a University of Arizona study conducted this year, kids with sleep apnea are

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Walking 25 Minutes a Day Could Add Up to Seven Years to Your Life

It’s possible that taking a brief walk every day can have much more benefits than you’d think. New research has found that walking a mere 25 minutes a day could add up to seven years to your life. Not only

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Study: Being on Your Phone For 68 Mins. Daily May Be a Sign of Depression

It’s 2015 — our whole life revolves around our phone. It’s not a luxury anymore, but a necessity. Now, new research from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine in Chicago suggests how much time people are on their phones could

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Dating Your Friend’s Ex: Choosing the Path of Loyalty or Longevity

By: Jessica Danielle Ramirez Practically everyone has a close friend of the opposite sex with whom you can tell anything. You’ve known each other for years or even decades, and it’s clear that people may suspect you two are together. But you’re

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