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Food

Summer Snack Hacks: Three Creative Tips for Simple Summer Snacking

Summer Snack Hacks: Three Creative Tips for Simple Summer Snacking

(NewsUSA) - School's out for the summer, which means family fun time and hungry kids home all day. From camp lunches to days by the pool -- and all of those lazy days in between -- kids have one thing on their minds: snacks. To assemble the perfect snack and keep kids satisfied and smiling ...

Auto

Don't Discount Safe Driving This Summer

Don't Discount Safe Driving This Summer

(NewsUSA) - Summertime brings longer days and ideal driving conditions to much of the United States. However, summer weather can also lull drivers into a false sense of security, according to data from a survey conducted by Michelin. Approximately two-thirds of the drivers surveyed (67 percent) ...

Spanish

Alerta de salud. Realidad versus mito: Lo que debe saber acerca de los piojos

Alerta de salud. Realidad versus mito: Lo que debe saber acerca de los piojos

(NewsUSA) - Es un momento que todos los padres temen. Su hijo regresa a casa de la escuela con una carta del enfermero de la escuela en la que le avisa de que su hijo podría tener piojos. Y luego, comienza la odisea de tratar la infestación. Los piojos de la cabeza son una ...

Home

Ladder Safety Should Be Tops for Home Improvers

Ladder Safety Should Be Tops for Home Improvers

(NewsUSA) -As the warm weather of spring and summer arrives, ambitious and well-intentioned homeowners embark on cleaning, maintenance, and improvement projects that often involve roofs, gutters, and ladders. However, working on a ladder can be dangerous. Consider this: every year, approximately ...

Health

How to Stay Hydrated Like a Pro All Summer

How to Stay Hydrated Like a Pro All Summer

(NewsUSA) - Many of us spend our summer soaking up the sun. Kids are out of school, outdoor sports are plenty, and people are enjoying warm weather activities. However, spending a lot of time outside in the elements puts you at risk for dehydration-related concerns.While most people know that water ...

Education

Online Retailer Celebrates 50 Amazing Teachers

Online Retailer Celebrates 50 Amazing Teachers

(NewsUSA) -Education is a cornerstone of our culture and society. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, there are more than four million teachers in the United States. Every day, they go above and beyond to shape children's minds through their passion for lifelong learning.The ...

Internet

Music Stars by Way of YouTube -- a Means of Finding New Talent?

Music Stars by Way of YouTube -- a Means of Finding New Talent?

(NewsUSA) - When YouTube first made its Internet debut in 2005, no one could have predicted the global affect it would have for musicians or record labels.Fast-forward to present day, and wannabe recording artists are exploiting the dot.com site to broadcast their music to the world and to get ...

Human Interest

Many Working Mothers Can't Afford Their Health Insurance Deductibles

Many Working Mothers Can't Afford Their Health Insurance Deductibles

(NewsUSA) - Sponsored News - Working mothers have a lot on their plate. In addition to their professional responsibilities, they are often in charge of numerous household decisions, including choosing their family's health care plan. However, nearly half (49 percent) of working mothers would not ...

Infographic

How to Turn Volunteering Into a Family Affair

Computers

Computers: An Afterschool Necessity for Many Young Students

Computers: An Afterschool Necessity for Many Young Students

(NewsUSA) - Shopping for school supplies isn't what it used to be. Sure, kids still need notebooks, binders and pens -- but they won't survive without the latest technology either, namely a computer. According to a recent survey commissioned by HP and conducted by Wakefield Research, computers ...
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