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Whether it’s about the cartoon character or the brand, backpacks are likely more about style than about function to our kids. So it’s up to us to do the heavy lifting when it comes to choosing just th

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Cities Made of Sand

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Thirsty For Health?

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Save Our Drinking Water

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Allergies—Not Just In Spring

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Seasonal allergies aren’t just a problem in the spring. The change between seasons can also be a tough time for allergy sufferers. But there’s a new natural remedy that may just work to help alleviate

The Blue Planet Blues

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The Heart Does Not Age

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Happy, Healthy—and Single

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Single life was once considered an imperfect life. Thankfully, that’s changing, as more and more people embrace this life choice.I’m 63 and I’ve been single my whole life. I love living single. Single

Saving What’s Left of the Caribou

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Canada\'s caribou aren\'t doing so well. Here\'s why you should care—and how you can help ensure these unique animals stick around.In April 2017, a citizen-based committee, the Upper Clearwater Referral

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Salmon Salad Boats

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