Category: Education

Editorials, Education, Family Issues, Fatherhood

October is Learning Disabilities Awareness Month

We all want nothing more than to be understood. But for some kids, that isn’t as easy as it seems. Learning and attention issues are much more common in children than most people realize. In fact, in the U.S., 1 in 5 children struggles with brain-based learning and attention issues that affect reading, writing, math, […]

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Education

Chronic Absenteeism Puts Students at Risk of Failing in SchoolChronic Absenteeism Puts Students at Risk of Failing in School

When Woody Allen famously said that “80% of success is just showing up,” he wasn’t talking about school. But according to some fascinating new research, Woody hit pretty close to the truth. (Actually, the math works out to be a little closer to 90%; more on that below.) Around the country, there are around 180 […]

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Advocacy, Education, Growing Up, Health

Graduating? You have health insurance options

Congrats, graduates! Whether you’re heading into the working world or planning your next move, you have options for affordable health insurance that works for your life and your budget. Find your best options fast Under 30? Just answer a few quick questions to get a personalized guide that’ll help you make a good coverage decision. […]

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Cardio, Diabetes, Education, Stress, Well-being

benefits of meditationThe Meditation Miracle

There’s a lot of talk these days about brain training—exercises you can do to keep your mind sharp and (hopefully) ward off Alzheimer’s and other memory-destroying types of dementia. But whether your exercises are physical or mental, the muscles you’re working out need time to recover. In other words, getting adequate amounts of downtime is […]

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Anxiety, Cardio, Depression, Education, Health

ack of education could killLack of Education Could Kill You. Really.

The warnings started when I was in junior high (now called middle school). My parents, both of whom were in the first generation of our family to go to college, started warning me that if I didn’t quit fooling around at school and do my homework I might not get a degree. And without a […]

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