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“Reducing Work-Family Conflict May Improve Sleep”

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This January 26, 2015 Health Day article found on the Philly.com website talks about a program that aims to reduce work-family conflicts  that is showing promise in helping to increase the amount of sleep participants get which in turn seems to be helping improve work and home performance.

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“Forteniters Club in Norristown celebrates 40 years of fellowship”

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This December 28, 2014 The Times Herald article talks about a group that meets every couple of weeks and consists of people who have been in treatment for mental illness.  the group focuses on getting together to have fun, socialize and feel a sense of belonging to a community that is something people with mental illnesses tend to struggle with.  The atmosphere is one of acceptance.

“The Benefits of Cooking with Your Kids”

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This March 14, 2014 article on the AETNA Intellihealth website talks about ways that parents can teach their kids to eat healthier by including them in meal planning and preparation.

 

 

 

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“Harsh parenting, more common among poor, impairs kids’ brain growth”

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This December 11, 2013 article on the Philly.com website talks about the effect of harsh parenting on the developing brains of children.  The article indicates that harsh parenting isn’t considered to be abuse, but that it does cause problems for the child that can last a lifetime.

 

 

 

“Soldiers, civilians learn about mental health in Scranton”

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This article dated January 23, 2012, and found on thetimes-tribune.com website, talks about resilience  training that has begun for military personal and their families in the Scranton area.

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