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How Your Dentist Can Help You Get Better Sleep

How Your Dentist Can Help You Get Better Sleep

Emily Buckley, editor in chief More than one billion people suffer from mild-to-moderate obstructive sleep apnea, and as many as one in four go undiagnosed.  Sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. If you...

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Seven Ways to Promote Your Child’s Healthy Lifestyle

Seven Ways to Promote Your Child’s Healthy Lifestyle

Cheryl Maquire, contributing writer It’s important to keep your kids as healthy as possible to prevent getting sick. A child’s health encompasses physical, mental, and social well-being. My grandfather used to say, “If you have your health you have everything.” Here...

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Bare Root Planting

A Step-by-Step Guide to Bare Root Planting

Mark Anderson, owner, Anderson’s Seed and Garden  Early spring is the best time to find bare root trees — both fruit and shade trees — and many other plants like berries and grapes. So, what does bare root mean and how do you successfully plant bare root plants?  A...

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Lemon Garlic Breakfast Sandwich

  Makes 1 serving | Serving size: 1 sandwich PREP TIME 5 min COOK TIME 5 min TOTAL TIME 10 min   This is my absolute favorite quick breakfast recipe to use up hard-boiled eggs. Each serving of this recipe has 17 grams of protein to help start your day out...

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Helping Children Develop A Strong Sense of Self

Helping Children Develop A Strong Sense of Self

Frank Schofield, superintendent, Logan City School District In the Disney movie Dumbo, the main character initially believes his ability to fly comes from a magic feather, plucked from the tail of a blackbird. It’s only when Dumbo loses the feather that he recognizes...

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Five Tips to Help Your Child Learn to Play Independently

Whitney Crosbie, contributing writer, Play in 5 Kits Use clear containers in your playroom to store toys. This helps your child quicly see what toys are available.  Set something up for your child to continue playing with. Maybe you set out a few dolls with teacups in...

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Safety Tips for Teen Drivers

Safety Tips for Teen Drivers

courtesy of Safekids Worldwide The teenage years are an exciting time for young people who have a new sense of independence in the car, whether it’s as a new driver or a passenger in a friend’s car. It’s also a time that can be both liberating and frightening for...

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Sensory Fun and Learning

Sensory Fun and Learning

Whitney Crosbie, contributing writer, Play in 5 Kits Imagine you are in your favorite place. What does it look like? Feel like? Smell like? Even sound or taste like? The reason I ask you to reflect on this is because our most memorable and meaningful experiences stand...

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Understanding the Link Between PCOS and Weight

Understanding the Link Between PCOS and Weight

Nathan Bertoldo, MD, a local obstetrician-gynecologist, treats hundreds of women every year who deal with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal disorder common in women of childbearing age. In this Q&A, Dr. Bertoldo answers some questions about the common...

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Homes are Evolving to Meet New Needs

Emily Merkley, chief executive officer, Cache Valley Association of Realtor A quote originating from the early 1900s novel The Beasts of Tarzan explains how, as humans, we are creatures of habit. The idea that “we fall naturally and easily into the manner and customs”...

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