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    Five Reasons Why Co-Parenting is the Best Option in Most Circumstances - Faizan Artani
    Divorce can be extremely difficult, but when a divorce includes arranging custody for children, matters can seem even more stressful. Every court and family attorney will advise, wherever possible, that parents share the responsibilities and custody of their children.
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    To Market, To Market To Find a Fat Pig: Lowering Your Grocery Bills - Sara Richmond Walls
    In this economy, everyone is trying to save money! It seems that one of the hardest places to save is the family grocery bill. While it may be difficult, there are many ways to minimize your grocery expenses.
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    The Organized Bird Gets the Worm - Tammy Morales
    Here's a scenario: You're supposed to be at work in 20 minutes. To leave plenty of time for dropping the kids off at the baby-sitter's, you should have walked out the door 10 minutes ago, but you forgot to put your clothes in the dryer this morning.
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    Childhood Cancer. Operation Gold Rush - Beth White
    Every cell in our bodies is tightly regulated with respect to growth, interaction with other cells, and even its life span. Cancer occurs when a type of cell has lost these normal control mechanisms and grows in a way that the body can no longer regulate.
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    Families Of ISIS Victims React To Identification Of 'Jihadi John' - NPR News - Top Stories

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    Parents Choose A Simple Device To Reshape A Baby's Ear - NPR News - Top Stories

    Sometimes a baby's outer ear may be a tad misshapen. Surgery can help later on, but a plastic mold makes the most of the fact that a newborn's ears are pliable. They can reshape within weeks.

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    Fleeing War, a Syrian Family Makes a New Home in North Carolina - National Geographic
    A family of seven, driven from their country by violence, is building a new life in North Carolina with help from the U.S. government, resettlement workers, and volunteers. Read more ...
    Well: Well Book Club: Do Kids Need Cellphones? - New York Times - Top Stories
    How fancy should your child’s phone be? And who should pay for it? Join the Well Book Club to talk with Ron Lieber about the cost of technology and paying for what children need versus what they wa ... Read more ...
    Sales of New Homes Dip, but Other Signals Are Strong - New York Times - Business
    The Commerce Department reported that new single-family home sales fell in January, but, in a hopeful sign, supply and prices both rose.