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Mother’s Day for Peace

Mother’s Day for Peace

Appalachian mother, Ann Jarvis, founded Mothers Work Day in 1858 to help mothers learn how to prepare food properly and clean their homes. Only four …

Calm Birth

Calm Birth

Medical science has been changing in ways that clearly encourage new directions for childbirth methodology. Between 1993 and 1996, three important …

Time Still

Time Still

There is time still for sitting in cafes in Paris sipping wine.   Time still for going to meet the guru.   There is time still.   Now …

Screen-Free Week

Screen-Free Week

Screen-Free Week is an international celebration hosted by the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC). It takes place April 30 through May …

How Doulas Help

How Doulas Help

The word doula is derived from ancient Greece, and it means “woman caregiver of another woman.” Dana Raphael first used the word in its modern …

How to Spot Child Abuse

How to Spot Child Abuse

Approximately 676,000 children were victims of child abuse or neglect in 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, …

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Mother’s Day for Peace

Mother’s Day for Peace

Appalachian mother, Ann Jarvis, founded Mothers Work Day in 1858 to help mothers learn how to prepare food properly and clean their homes. Only four of her 11 children reached adulthood because the easy spread of …

Screen-Free Week

Screen-Free Week

Screen-Free Week is an international celebration hosted by the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (CCFC). It takes place April 30 through May 6, 2018. Schools, libraries, families, and communities around the world …

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