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Benefits of Turning Vegetarian

A person must decide for themselves if they wish to become a vegetarian. This article will not try to convince you to give up meat or dairy products it will simply give you the benefits of becoming a vegetarian. Protein Many people think that vegetarian don’t get enough protein in …

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Autism a Warning

My situation is probably a little different than most as I am not a primary care giver. My Grandson was diagnosed at about 2 years old and like most parents we adapted our home to protect and control his behavior from child proofing everything to putting inside key locks on …

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Playground Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity has been a steadily growing problem in the United States, nearly tripling in prevalence over the last 30 years. With the rise of more and more complex video gaming systems and computers, children who are not athletically inclined have less motivation than ever to venture outside for play …

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Alcohol Child

Our story mirrors millions of others. Alcoholism follows a pattern, and addiction causes a ripple effect throughout a family. Our story is presented in first person; the facts, according to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, are given in brackets. Our family’s story began about 20 years ago, …

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Winter Fitness Programs

The days get shorter. The temperatures drop. The snow covers the streets. Welcome to winter. Upon its arrival, many outdoor enthusiasts rush to hot and crowded gyms. However, something seems amiss. Where’s the fresh air, where’s the scenery, where’s the love? Without negating the fitness benefits of indoor workouts, outdoor …

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My Boyfriend had an Std

At the start of relationships, lovers are usually so into each other that they can’t keep their hands off of each other! It’s the best part of the relationship. You become intimate with someone, you have late-night conversations as you nestle yourself tightly into them, and you feel like you …

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Why Aspergers is Difficult to Diagnose

Asperger’s syndrome is a developmental disorder, which affects how a person makes sense of the world. It belongs to the autism spectrum of disorders and is considered a lifelong problem. Children with Asperger’s find it difficult to interact with other people although adults with the same disorder may find ways to …

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