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How to help your child get the sleep they need

Back-to-school plans are still a question mark for many school districts, and it’s probably tempting to let a more relaxed summer sleep schedule stay in place. But consistency and routine are important for children and teens to ensure they get enough high-quality sleep. Here’s how to create that structure.

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370: Creating a Profitable Business (& Why Now Is the Best Time!) With Ryan Moran

Today we’re talking all about finances, side hustles, and entrepreneurship — what you need to know and why this is best time (maybe ever) to start a new venture. I’m here with Ryan Moran, founder of Capitalism.com, a site that teaches entrepreneurs to build businesses and invest. Ryan shares how he turned a $600 investment into …

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Is Organic Food Worth The Price? What the Label Really Means

Just as I prefer to use non-toxic kitchen equipment, I also try to stick with organic foods when possible. But many people wonder if organic food is really worth the extra cost. Here’s what I found about when it is (and when it isn’t) worth it. What Is Organic Food? We’ve all been to a …

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With COVID Vax in Works, 20% Don’t Believe in Shots

Misinformed vaccine beliefs drive opposition to public vaccine policies even more than politics, education, religion or other factors, researchers say.

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Salmonella in Peaches Has Sickened 78 in 12 States

Several companies have recalled Prima Wawona peaches or food made with them, including Aldi, Food Lion, Hannaford, Kroger, and affiliated retailers Target, Walmart and Wegmans.

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Blown up in smoke: Young adults who vape at greater risk of COVID symptoms

While the majority of deaths from COVID-19 have occurred in people 65 or older, younger people who smoke or vape are at much higher risk of becoming infected — twice as likely as those in the same age group who do not use any nicotine-containing substance.

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369: Lessons From Gaining & Losing 75 Pounds of Fat With Fit2Fat2Fit Drew Manning

This episode is so much fun! Today I’m talking to someone who has gained and lost 70 pounds and who is about to do it again. Drew Manning is the New York Times bestselling author of the book Fit2Fat2Fit. He writes about his experiment that went viral online where he gained and then lost a …

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