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9 Tips For A Better Back-To-School Experience

I love to tell childhood stories about my now independent, hard-working, world traveling 23-year-old. Hard to believe she’s the same child that screamed the entire walk to school every morning and sat on my lap for two hours at birthday parties. My Brooklyn neighbors would stand on their front porches waving, smiling, and silently encouraging me to carry on. My kid was a clinger and did not want to go to school. She held my leg so tightly and screamed so loudly I wanted to cry. And this was only kindergarten evaluation day.

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How to Have a Good Divorce

Getting a divorce can cause emotional upheaval and extreme distress. Many women experience feelings of anger, exhaustion, anxiety and depression during and after the divorce process. Like many other experiences in life, you can take certain steps to minimize negative outcomes by approaching your divorce with the most positive attitude you can muster. Although your divorce may cause numerous difficulties and concerns, you can improve upon this life-changing experience and promote a good outcome.

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Signs of a Tubular Pregnancy

Many women worry about their pregnancies and the health of their unborn baby. Although most pregnancies progress without serious problems, some situations can threaten your pregnancy and pose serious risks to your health. One type of crisis–an ectopic pregnancy–occurs when the fertilized egg implants outside your uterus. Most pregnancies that begin outside the uterus occur inside the fallopian tubes. Tubal pregnancies require prompt medical care. Knowing what signs to watch for when you’re expecting can help you recognize the symptoms of a tubal pregnancy.

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How to Have a Healthy Pregnancy, Post Miscarriage

Experiencing a miscarriage can be a traumatic, stressful event. If you’ve experienced a miscarriage, you are not alone. According to the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), about 15 to 20 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Many times, the cause of a miscarriage remains unknown. If you have suffered a miscarriage, you may be feeling stress and concern over becoming pregnant again. Taking steps to encourage the health of your baby and yourself may help ease your mind during subsequent pregnancies.