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- Written by Sarah Netherton
The holiday season brings family gatherings, food, and festivities. Pet owners should be aware that with the good times come potential dangers for dogs and cats.
- Written by Cheryl Hussain
When we’ve lived in the same space for a length of time, it’s easy to become accustomed to not noticing the outdated, outworn, or tired looking things that surround us every day. Our vision tends to blur every time we walk by the dusty faux ivy that was placed above the kitchen cabinets 10 years ago; and we glaze over the old countertop and faucet that have lived a long productive life, but just don't look so young anymore; and did you know those gold doorknobs practically scream 1980’s?
- Written by Karen Monk
“Over the river and through the woods”… many of us will be traveling to visit family and friends over the next few months. If you’re planning a trip with kids, you’ll want to be prepared with plenty of educational, interactive, and fun toys to pass the time.
- Written by Dr. Golinkoff and Dr. Hirsh-Pasek
The amount of knowledge available in books and online is doubling every two and a half years. The consequence? Even if we knew every bit of information available today, we’d be at a 50 percent deficit by 2018 and 75 percent by 2021! If our education is founded solely on our ability to learn facts, we will not succeed in a Google and Wiki world.
- Written by Dr. Carly Kriedberg
'Tis the season for holiday shopping and stocking stuffing! And stocking stuffing isn’t just for kids – there are many people that fill the stockings of adult children or spouses and it can be tough to come up with things that will be appreciated and are small enough to fit in a stocking. Personally, I love getting useful gifts that I’ll enjoy rather than something that’s pointless. Everyone has feet, and everyone can use some foot care items. Here are a few of my favorites.
- Written by Martin Ross
It once was the iconic, unwieldy, and definitely masculine centerpiece of the living or family room – outsized, overstuffed, room-consuming when engaged, slightly hazardous to children and pets, mechanically awkward for those without a healthy forearm. The house alpha’s throne.
Today, there is a more suitable, sleeker, and stylish resting place for the female alpha or co-alpha, the space-conscious student or senior, those who simply want a place – virtually any place, anywhere – to put their feet up.