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Sophia, of Rollinsville, died Saturday after the pickup truck she was riding in with her father and sister struck another vehicle that had stopped for a bear in Boulder Canyon, then plunged into Boulder Creek. Though dozens of rescue personnel tried
Instead of chicken or meatloaf, carrots and a carton of milk, students could eat hamburgers, hot dogs and French fries, and drink milkshakes or soda. All Frederick had to do to square his "combo meals" with national nutrition standards was fortify
Some parents will buy any high-tech toy if they think it will help their child, but U.S. researchers said puzzles help children with math-related skills. Psychologist Susan Levine, an expert on mathematics development in young children at the
People are realizing that taking care of their own health also means taking care of the health of this planet, and the movement to eat better and live better now also involves making a conscious effort to lessen the impact we make on the environment.
She served as a part-time rabbi who led the synagogue in prayer. She tutored bar and bat mitzvah students in her home when the synagogue, which serves the south metro area, lacked a permanent facility. She acted as an administrator, overseeing office
At any given time you will see people simply stopping for fast food. Why do people stop at these fast food places? As one resident had put it she simply likes the food and believes there should be morehttp://www.fastfood.com/
Fast food eateries facing possible ban It is being called a city health emergency, the number of heart disease cases are on the up rise and the culprit seems to be high fat and heavy meat diets in the city. http://www.
Research finds that engaging in number talk with young children can boost their mathematical understanding. (Photos.com) The amount of time parents spend talking about numbers has a much bigger impact on how young children learn mathematics than was
November 13, 2010 In almost every home and pre-school in America, young children are being taught how to recite the alphabet and how to say their numbers. A new study by University of Chicago psychology professor Susan Levine finds that simply