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The Clean Cut: Time-lapse video captures construction of Disneyland Park 60 years ago

The Clean Cut: Time-lapse video captures construction of Disneyland Park 60 years ago

The Clean Cut: Time-lapse video captures construction of Disneyland Park 60 years ago

In honor of Disneyland Park's 60th anniversary, the Disney Parks YouTube channel released a time-lapse video of the construction of the beloved destination.
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Teens may be even more distracted behind the wheel than previously thought

Teens may be even more distracted behind the wheel than previously thought

Giving in to the temptation to talk with friends or answer texts while driving holds serious consequences for teens behind the wheel, according to a new study from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, which found that six in 10 car crashes involving teen drivers were linked to distracted driving.
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Men can suffer from postpartum depression too, and it could hurt their children

Men can suffer from postpartum depression too, and it could hurt their children

Postpartum depression — feelings of sadness that can occur after childbirth — isn't just something new mothers experience, but new fathers, too.
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What is carpal tunnel syndrome?

What is carpal tunnel syndrome?

Phil had been teaching tennis to young people for 20 years. Last year, when he started experiencing discomfort in his hands and wrists, a parent of one of his students suggested it could be carpal tunnel syndrome.
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Have You Seen This? Paper airplane boomerang

Have You Seen This? Paper airplane boomerang

THE AIR UP THERE — I don’t know about you, but I grew up in a house where making paper airplanes was a rite of passage. There was even a time when any rectangle of paper was immediately folded into a plane.
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3 ways corporate America made me a better mom

3 ways corporate America made me a better mom

I’ve held many jobs in my day and learned lessons from every one of them. People who wait tables are the most fun people on the planet. Cubicles can steal your soul. And telemarketing is fun if you give yourself a fake name and have plans to find a new job ASAP.
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Easier version of the Mediterranean diet may prevent Alzheimer's

Easier version of the Mediterranean diet may prevent Alzheimer's

A diet rich in whole grains, vegetables, berries, nuts, legumes, fish, poultry and red wine or grape juice may reduce a person’s risk of developing Alzheimer’s by as much as 53 percent, according to a new study by researchers at Rush University.
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Have You Seen This? Daddy-daughter duo recreates ‘Jurassic Park’ with Lego

Have You Seen This? Daddy-daughter duo recreates ‘Jurassic Park’ with Lego

JURASSIC PARK — We all remember the intensity of the anticipation of Christmas break when we were kids. Nothing could be better than the thought of no school mingled with the visions of sugar plums dancing in our heads.
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Does it really matter if you and your spouse come from different class backgrounds?

Does it really matter if you and your spouse come from different class backgrounds?

Common wisdom might dictate that it’s dangerous for couples raised in different economic classes to get hitched; different financial upbringings will likely lead to arguments over budgets, spending habits, etc., and financial issues are often cited as a major cause of divorce.
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The Clean Cut: Jimmy Fallon interviews crying Villanova piccolo player

The Clean Cut: Jimmy Fallon interviews crying Villanova piccolo player

On Monday night's episode of "The Tonight Show," host Jimmy Fallon invited a special guest to play with the show's band, The Roots.
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Americans oppose online surveillance, but not all are concerned

Americans oppose online surveillance, but not all are concerned

Americans are losing confidence in online government surveillance programs, a new Pew Research Center survey has found, but not as many are changing their habits because of it.
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We pay a price when we compare and contrast

We pay a price when we compare and contrast

Compare and contrast in 25 words or less is a common writing exercise in elementary education.
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Frugal ideas on how to decorate a small apartment

Frugal ideas on how to decorate a small apartment

Just because you have a small apartment doesn't mean you can't have a homey place with plenty of your own personality. Here are just a few of the many ideas for decorating on the cheap.
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You might be the reason your teens are detached from the family

You might be the reason your teens are detached from the family

It’s natural, as your child grows from toddler to teen, that she will become more involved with friends and activities outside the home. However, if you feel like you are completely losing contact and association with your child, check your own attitude and behavior to make sure you aren’t contributing to the problem. Here are three things parents often do without realizing it that could, in fact, be driving your teen further away from home:
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New Alzheimer's drug on trial for treatment

New Alzheimer's drug on trial for treatment

The search for an effective Alzheimer's treatment has faced many setbacks, but one new drug is renewing hope, according to researchers.
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5 steps to help your child love to read

5 steps to help your child love to read

Does your child dislike reading? Does he consider it torture? Punishment? A menial task he must perform before enjoying his afternoon? Your neighbor’s nine-year-old is gobbling up novels like they’re nothing more then a page of the Sunday Funnies and your son won’t even read the instruction manual for his newest video game.
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Taylor Swift buys .porn and .adult domain names to protect her body image

Taylor Swift buys .porn and .adult domain names to protect her body image

Taylor Swift purchased two domain names this week — TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult — as a preventive measure against Internet users who might use her name to promote adult-related content, according to the BBC.
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How to survive traveling with kids

How to survive traveling with kids

When you have kids, traveling is difficult. While it might be faster to fly somewhere, flights are expensive, and they mean more time confined in one place. While driving may be a good solution financially, it's also overwhelming to think about spending that much time in a car with kids. Here are some ideas to make traveling with your kids something to look forward to.
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To the mom who feels like she could be going better

To the mom who feels like she could be going better

As a mother, do you feel like a fraud? Maybe you look like you have it all together, but behind closed doors, you wonder, "How will I keep all this up?"
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What 'The Office' teaches us about job satisfaction

What 'The Office' teaches us about job satisfaction

America's favorite workplace turns 10 this week. Fans of Jim, Pam, Dwight, Michael Scott and the rest of "The Office's" cast of characters will mark a decade since the comically dysfunctional crew first came to television screens.
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Book review: 'The Lazarus Game' takes readers on a dangerous adventure in cyberspace

Book review: 'The Lazarus Game' takes readers on a dangerous adventure in cyberspace

"THE LAZARUS GAME," by Stephen J. Valentine, Sweetwater Books, $19.99, 320 pages (f) (ages 12 and up)
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The Instagram effect: How the psychology of envy drives consumerism

The Instagram effect: How the psychology of envy drives consumerism

Editor's note: This article is part of "The Ten Today," a series that examines the Ten Commandments in modern society. This story explores the tenth commandment: "Thou shalt not covet."
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Honor thy father and mother: Keeping and breaking promises as life winds down

Honor thy father and mother: Keeping and breaking promises as life winds down

Editor's note: This article is part of "The Ten Today," a series that examines the Ten Commandments in modern society. This story explores the fifth commandment: "Honour thy father and thy mother."
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How to prepare for the hefty cost of adoption

How to prepare for the hefty cost of adoption

Tracy and Alfredo were raising one child and dearly wanted to add to their family. But with infertility issues standing in the way, the Albany, California, couple chose to adopt through an agency.
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Why psychologists say you should ban 'busy' from your vocabulary

Why psychologists say you should ban 'busy' from your vocabulary

In late February, Scott Dannemiller, a writer and worship leader in the Presbyterian Church, captured the attention of hundreds of thousands of people with a simple four-word headline: "Busy is a Sickness."
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The Clean Cut: Grandparents sing 'Love Is an Open Door' from 'Frozen'

The Clean Cut: Grandparents sing 'Love Is an Open Door' from 'Frozen'

In a Disney music video, Wes and Barbara Nathanson show what 56 years of marriage can add to a rendition of "Love Is an Open Door" from "Frozen."
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Book review: 'Madness in Solidar' moves Imager Portfolio series ahead significantly

Book review: 'Madness in Solidar' moves Imager Portfolio series ahead significantly

'The Jinx' makes good TV, but does it deliver justice?

'The Jinx' makes good TV, but does it deliver justice?

Lovers of the hit true-crime podcast "Serial" and HBO subscribers have been hailing "The Jinx," the gripping HBO crime documentary that earned the network more than 1 million viewers for its Sunday finale.
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Why you should travel without your kids

Why you should travel without your kids

I am a firm believer in taking family vacations. I think it is a great way to build lasting memories and bonds with your children that will stick with them throughout their lives, but I also think it is important to take a vacation without the kids. Here is why.
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Affordable Care Act supporters celebrate 5th anniversary

Affordable Care Act supporters celebrate 5th anniversary

The Affordable Care Act will turn five on Monday, March 23, and many supporters began birthday celebrations early this week with the release of new data illustrating the law's positive impact.
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Not all American women object to domestic violence

Not all American women object to domestic violence

One out of every 10 American women feel domestic violence is justifiable — even though a vast majority of the United States (84.6 percent) disapproves of domestic abuse completely, according to the newly-released World Values Survey. The survey specifically asked whether survey participants found a man beating his wife “justifiable” or not.
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Miley Cyrus gets serious about homelessness

Miley Cyrus gets serious about homelessness

Miley Cyrus has taken her passion for youth homelessness to the Governor’s office of New York State.
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Book review: 'Vanishing Girls' teaches about unbreakable family bonds

Book review: 'Vanishing Girls' teaches about unbreakable family bonds

Author Lauren Oliver’s new young adult novel, "Vanishing Girls" (Harper, $18.99, ages 16 and up), is a psychological thriller that shares the importance of family.
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Loneliness isn't as bad as it sounds, study shows

Loneliness isn't as bad as it sounds, study shows

Excess feelings of loneliness have been shown to shorten your lifespan and weaken your immune system. The health risks of loneliness even rival obesity, as Deseret News National's Lois Collins pointed out on Mar. 14.
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Date night — the secret to a happy and long-lasting marriage

Date night — the secret to a happy and long-lasting marriage

Yesterday was National Proposal Day. Did you pop the question? Did your significant other say yes?
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Coach K's 10 quotes on family, faith and hard work

Coach K's 10 quotes on family, faith and hard work

Mike Krzyzewski is a passionate man.
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5 times family members received a gift from a loved one after their death

5 times family members received a gift from a loved one after their death

There really isn’t a perfect time to get over a loved one.
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This type of person is more likely to stay in an unhappy relationship

This type of person is more likely to stay in an unhappy relationship

Research from the University of Waterloo has identified what type of individual is more likely to stay in an unhappy relationship — and why.
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Lego criticized for offering girls beauty tips

Lego criticized for offering girls beauty tips

Should a girl under 12 care how flattering her hair is?
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Why dwelling on happy times from your past is hurting you now

Why dwelling on happy times from your past is hurting you now

When we look back on our lives, we all have times when we were happy and times we were sad. It is important to remember the trials we’ve gone through, mistakes we’ve make and fun times we’ve had. Take pictures, write in a journal and recall those times every once in a while, but make sure you do not dwell on them. Most of us realize that lingering on our mistakes can destroy our future, but did you know that same is true if you long for your life to be just as it was when you ... » Read More
Have You Seen This? It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a snowmobile

Have You Seen This? It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a snowmobile

EAST STUNTINGTON — When you think of something gracefully cutting through the sky, you might think of an eagle, the Blue Angels or maybe even Superman.
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To the mom who has lost herself

To the mom who has lost herself

Dear Mom Who Has Lost Herself,
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In Disney's 'Tomorrowland' a father-daughter duo explores a parallel universe

In Disney's 'Tomorrowland' a father-daughter duo explores a parallel universe

On Thursday, Disney unveiled the trailer for its next live-action film, “Tomorrowland.” The movie, set to open on May 22, stars Academy Award winner George Clooney, Britt Robertson (“Under the Dome”) and Hugh Laurie (“House, M.D.”).
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Cure for hepatitis C might be within reach, study shows

Cure for hepatitis C might be within reach, study shows

A woman with the debilitating illness hepatitis C says she is hepatitis-free after participating in a study.
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Marriage: Couples find strength, overcome pressures in united social presence

Marriage: Couples find strength, overcome pressures in united social presence

By connecting to others socially as a couple, rather than as individuals, married men and women can avoid certain financial and other stresses, says new research headed up by the University of Georgia's College of Family and Consumer Sciences.
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Seeing stars: The hidden danger of a concussion

Seeing stars: The hidden danger of a concussion

Josh loved to play soccer. While normally a quiet nine-year-old, his competitive nature came out in full force when he hit the field. During a regular season game, he collided with an opposing player on the field. Despite the concerns of his coach, he insisted on staying in the game.
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Skin-to-skin contact helps save the lives of premature babies

Skin-to-skin contact helps save the lives of premature babies

One mother’s hug seemingly brought her child back to life in 2010.
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10 things that cheating men having in common

10 things that cheating men having in common

Some signs are so obvious that women can't ignore them: late business meetings, lipstick stains, odd perfume smells, etc. However, there are more subtle traits that may indicate a man is cheating.
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Skin-to-skin contact helps save the lives of premature babies

Skin-to-skin contact helps save the lives of premature babies

One mother’s hug seemingly brought her child back to life in 2010.
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5 issues to work out BEFORE you take the plunge

5 issues to work out BEFORE you take the plunge

In our “have it now" society, couples often think that living together or simply getting married is good enough to make it long-term. Here are five reasons why that's simply not the case.
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