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  • Wonderful Ways to Spend Mother's Day
    Wonderful Ways to Spend Mother's Day

    It’s time to start planning a special day for your mother to show her just how much you appreciate all that she does for you. While you can buy gifts (or make your own), it’s the personal touches that let her know just how much you love her. Here are some ...

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  • Gap Year: Good Idea or Waste of Time?
    Gap Year: Good Idea or Waste of Time?

    If you have a student who is agonizing over what to study, where to study or what to do with their lives, then you will know that it seems so unfair for them to have to make decisions about the rest of their lives at a time when they are least qualified to ...

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  • 6 Best Exam Preparation Tips
    6 Best Exam Preparation Tips

    Before you emerge from your winter hibernation to enjoy the summer, there’s just one more hurdle to overcome; Final Exams. A phrase that is able to strike fear into even the bravest heart. That’s why we are bringing you good news. If you work smarter, not ...

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  • How to Avoid Homework Emergencies
    How to Avoid Homework Emergencies

    We’ve all been there; it’s just before bedtime and your child remembers that they have a huge project due tomorrow. As you rush around trying to build a diorama or create a poster that outlines the lifecycle of a butterfly, it may be time to take a look at ...

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  • Early Puberty on the Rise
    Early Puberty on the Rise

    Young children are reaching puberty earlier with the average age dropping from 15 a century ago to 12 today. About 1 in a 1000 young boys and girls are experiencing puberty as early as 8 or 9 years old. Early onset puberty (also known as precocious ...

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