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Spot the Signs of Substance Abuse in Teens

Is that air freshener masking the scent of dirty laundry--or something more deadly? Is that soda can evidence of a caffeine boost or a more dangerous substance? For teenagers, hats can do more than hide a bad hair day. They can also camouflage a bad habit. A free virtual workshop will help parents and other…
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10 Ways Poinsettias Will Brighten Your Holidays

Poinsettias are a versatile holiday-decorating powerhouse. You can deck your halls just by putting a few potted plants around your home. But poinsettias shine in so many ways. Here are 10 creative ideas for using poinsettias this winter: Poinsettias on the Porch Source: Censtational Girl Put the festive blooms in a simple planter and let…
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How to Cope With Depression and Daylight Savings

It's that time of year again--time to turn the clocks back one hour. In the United States, we've been using daylight savings for more than 100 years. But each year, it still takes a toll on our mental health. Studies show that many people suffer from depression and anxiety related to daylight savings. For those…
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Make Your Front Porch Look Amazing with Stunning Mums

Get your front porch Instagram-ready with stunning, sturdy mums—a staple of fall decorating. And help adults with a developmental disability at the same time. “Mums in bud are the best bang for the buck. A heavily budded mum can last through Thanksgiving as long as no heavy frost is allowed to brown the top of…
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