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Parents confused about kids’ toothpaste could lead to more tooth decay, dentists warn

Parents‘ confusion around which toothpaste to use for their babies and children could lead to an increase in tooth decay, dentists warn. The New Zealand Dental Association (NZDA), the Ministry of Health and Plunket recommend children use full-strength fluoride toothpaste but parents aren’t necessarily getting that message. Many are confused with supermarkets promoting “natural” …

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Is There a Brewing Auto Loan Subprime Crisis?

A record seven million Americans are at least 90 days late on their auto loan payments, according to a new report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. That’s one million more than at the end of 2010. Fed economists say that these troubling figures are a surprise given …

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Joanna Gaines Gets Real About Moment of Mom Guilt

Joanna Gaines | Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Parents have been known to face guilt from time to time — even famous moms and dads! Former Fixer Upper star Joanna Gaines recently explained an all-too-real mom guilt moment that left her initially feeling a bit devastated. Once she …

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Family of Leukemia Survivor Giving Back to Kids in Need

SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio boy is hoping to give back to other children in need following his aggressive battle with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 8-year-old giving back after cancer battle Blood donations came from South Texas blood drive 509 people donated to help other children in need Dev Reddy, 8, …

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Teaching Digital Subjects Alone Won’t Close The Skills Gap

A British MP talked about something other than Brexit the other week. Conservative MP Robert Halfon was speaking up for children’s education and how he wanted to smash up the current exam system to give young people better skills for their future working lives. The targets for Halfon’s sledgehammer are …

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Special Prosecutor Kováčik denies speculations over his loan

Special Prosecutor Dušan Kováčik reportedly went to the Slovenská Sporiteľňa bank in September 2017 and deposited €204,000, in cash, into his account. The bank reported the operation to the financial intelligence unit at the Police Corps Presidium, claiming that Kováčik is “an exposed person” and the bank should devote special …

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