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What Every Student Needs To Do To Land A Job

What Every Student Needs To Do To Land A Job

(NC) The ultimate goal of every student is to land the job of their dreams. But for many students, the question is: “how do I get a job if I don’t have experience?” While today’s competitive job market may be ...

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The Importance Of Music Education For Youth

The Importance Of Music Education For Youth

(NC) Music can have a profound impact on the development of today’s youth. Beyond being a recreational activity, it creates opportunities for leadership, engagement, and creativity. Here are three ways music programs enhance education for children and teens. • Music builds ...

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How To Soothe A Teething Baby?

How To Soothe A Teething Baby?

(NC) A baby’s first year is full of joy and giggles, but there will also be days when your wee one is cranky and crying. The irritability and achiness that accompanies the teething stage of development can sometimes be more ...

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Guideline Helps Parents Find Quality Child Care

Guideline Helps Parents Find Quality Child Care

(NC) Spring is nature’s time for renewal and rejuvenation. It can also be a time of changing needs for busy families – and this may include the need to arrange early learning and care for children. If you’re looking for ...

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Why Students Need Arts Education

Why Students Need Arts Education

(NC) While many parents place a strong focus on academic learning through subjects like math and science, education in the arts contributes to overall student success. In the long run, learning through visual arts, dance, music or drama helps students ...

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Money Preparation For Prospective Parents

Money Preparation For Prospective Parents

By Carla Hindman PRIDE Financial Columnist Starting a family is a major milestone in a person’s life, and along with your bundle of joy comes significant financial considerations. When you’re starting to plan for a family, take some time to ...

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Is Corporal Punishment Harmful To Children And Society?

By Victor Carrington PRIDE Guest Writer  This article is my response to Dr. Peter Sealy’s recent column in Pride News Magazine, entitled, “Beating the devil out of our children leads to more violence and mental illness.”  I do agree with ...

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Helping Your Allergic Child Through The Fall Season

Helping Your Allergic Child Through The Fall Season

By Dr. Audrey Segal Paediatrician and allergist The fall can be a particularly challenging time for children with allergies and their families. In addition to an increase in outdoor allergens, kids have returned to school and the potential of being ...

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Help Your Children Avoid Pain From Backpack Use

Help Your Children Avoid Pain From Backpack Use

Submitted by Dr. George Traitses Back pain is pervasive among Canadian adults, but a new and disturbing trend is emerging. Young children report suffering from back pain much earlier than previous generations, and the use of overweight backpacks is a contributing ...

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