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Mega Millions jackpot soars to $422 million. If you win, here’s how to say no to sharing it

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A Parent in Prison Affects Children’s Health for Life: Study

A parent’s incarceration has long-lasting effects on children’s health, according to researchers from Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago. A  study published in Pediatrics this month demonstrates that young adults who had a parent incarcerated during their childhood are more likely to skip needed healthcare, smoke cigarettes, …

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Wellness and Hospitality Resilience in Economic Uncertainty

Lessons from 2008 The global impact of the Great Recession between 2007-2008 was extensive and significantly touched the lives of millions of people. [1] In the hospitality industry, customary modes to manage the toll of the recession were often layoffs, budgetary cutbacks and business closures. We witnessed a widespread halt …

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Parents set to lose right to veto sex education at age 15

The government plans to let 15-year-olds overrule their parents‘ wishes and opt in to sex education lessons they have previously been withdrawn from. Education Secretary Damian Hinds says children should be able to request sex education in at least one of the three terms before their 16th birthday. Until then, …

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Sharp rise in pupil exclusions from English state schools

The rate of pupil exclusions from state schools in England rose sharply last year, according to official figures, with teaching unions laying some of the blame for the rise on austerity and funding cuts. The number of children permanently excluded from state primary, secondary and special schools in England increased …

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Do Your Family Money Lessons Stand the Test of Time?

Bill Sweet, Ritholtz’s chief financial officer, chimed in to say that buying a used car was a much savvier financial move than buying new. His central assertion is that cars are a depreciating asset, so you can greatly enhance the value of your car buy by waiting a few years. …

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Expert tips for talking with your kids about sex education

Cartoon picture of parents sitting in circle talking about sexual education Courtesy of Amaze.org Talking about sex can be uncomfortable for parents and kids. However, with comprehensive sexual education in public schools at risk, it’s even more important that parents discuss sexual health with their kids—from an early age. But …

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