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Advice |  Some schools now allow mental health days.  Here's how your child can use one.

Advice | Some schools now allow mental health days. Here’s how your child can use one.

Over the past few years, some parents have received a new item to put in their parenting toolkit: School Mental Health Day. Since 2018, more than a dozen states have passed or proposed bills that would allow school districts to treat missed days for mental health issues the same way they treat absences for health …

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Advice |  Ask a Doctor: Why am I sleepy in the afternoon after eating breakfast?

Advice | Ask a Doctor: Why am I sleepy in the afternoon after eating breakfast?

Lydia Kang is an internal medicine physician at Nebraska Medicine in Omaha and co-author of “Quackery: A brief history of the worst ways to cure everything. Q: I always feel sleepy in the afternoon after eating my lunch. Why does this keep happening and is there anything I can do to prevent it? A: Feeling …

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September is Life Insurance Awareness Month - and AAA offers advice on finding the right policies and avoiding scams - The Southern Maryland Chronicle

September is Life Insurance Awareness Month – and AAA offers advice on finding the right policies and avoiding scams – The Southern Maryland Chronicle

If you don’t yet have life insurance or think you need more coverage, you’re not alone. A recent study by the Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association shows that 80 million Americans don’t yet have life insurance and another 26 million say they need more coverage. September is Life Insurance Awareness Month, an observance started …

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Advice |  Leave adult children to fend for themselves?  It's outdated in today's economy.

Advice | Leave adult children to fend for themselves? It’s outdated in today’s economy.

The classic advice to parents is to sever the financial relationship with their young adult children as soon as they can. We are told to push them to fend for themselves financially or risk raising irresponsible adults – living lazily in their nursery or basement – unable to manage their money. But that advice is …

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