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  • Not making the team is a good lesson in patience

    In this season of trying out for high school sports - then not making the team and thinking it's the end of the world - our children need to learn how to manage their rejection and disappointment.

  • Liberal vs. conservative parents: Ideology affects how the kids are raised

    The vast majority of conservative Americans - 81 percent - believe it's "especially important" for children to be taught religious faith, while most liberals - 88 percent - place tolerance at the top of their list of values children should learn.

  • Family Meals Matter: Serve fruits and veggies, promote better health

    Did you know only 10 percent of American adults and children eat the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables each day? This means many families are missing out on the health benefits that fruits and vegetables provide, such as a lowered risk for heart disease and some types of cancer. By serving family meals that showcase a variety of ingredients from all five food groups, you will help your family meet their daily recommended servings and encourage lifelong healthy eating patterns.

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