1. Herbal Antibiotics

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    Herbal AntibioticsHerbal antibiotics have long been used by herbal healers to ward off colds and flu, clear infections and speed wound healing. Now, they may be moving back into the mainstream as an alternative for bacteria that have become resistant to synthetic antibiotics. This post is based on the book...
  2. Boundaries and Consequences

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    Boundaries: The Key to Freedomby Dr. John TownsendOur sons went through all the normal training, conversations, and excitement associated with learning to drive. And while my wife and I were happy about our teens’ new level of freedom, we also found that this new autonomy provided an automatic leverage for...
  3. Incentives vs bribes

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    How To Use Incentives And Encourage Behavior You Want To SeeIncentives are a powerful way to encourage certain behaviors in kids. Used correctly, they can motivate children to make change and stick with it.Parents often have mixed feelings about using incentives, and they ask us how incentives differ from bribes.Here’s...
  4. Looking for a filmmaker with a drone

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    “Looking for a filmmaker with a drone who would like to spend 3 months in Zambia, all expenses paid. Please send me a link to your work.”  This advert for a filmmaker was at the bottom of the page on Wildlife Education Foundation  (FAQ – LATEST TWEETS)  on 3 March...
  5. Sudoku and constructive praise

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    Can playing games increase your intelligence? In fact, there are quite a few ‘brain training’ games in existence. The primary goal with all of them is to exercise your mind’s logic, memory and overall thought. A sample ‘Easy’ Sudoku game is included below. So, what do Sudoku and constructive praise have...
  6. Who cares about your kids?

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    Imagine a crowd cheering you on each day as you parent your kids. They encourage you, support you, and maybe take over for a bit when you need a break.As parents, we need all the support we can get. That’s why I talk to parents about “building their team.” Who...
  7. What do you want? Tell us, please!

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    Here is something that the scholars will hopefully find useful:-Tide Table- Choose your coastal point For coastal regions, – or for inland regions when wishing to plan a dream holiday at the coastTest taking tipsGood study habitsEffective study methodsScience factsScience facts about dolphin 50-positive-creative-writing-topics-for-kids Nat Geo Did-you-KnowEver asked why you must go to...
  8. Re: Child abuse or discipline

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    Discipline – is it even necessaryMy humble apologies to anyone I might have offended in any way. This was never my intention.In response to the article on Child abuse or Discipline, I had the following responses.————————————————–CommentsALMIGHTY GOD WANTS TO COMMENT HE DESPISES CHILD ALL ABUSERS AS THE MOST EVIL ENTITIES...
  9. Child abuse or discipline

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    Child abuse or discipline The newspapers were filled with horror stories of child abuse. And the overwhelming response was STOP ! ! !And so it should be. Beating children mercilessly and all that horrid stuff MUST NOT HAPPEN.But authorities and society have thrown the baby out with the bath-water. When I...
  10. Fireman or ballerina – that is the question

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    Ask any preschooler what they want to be when they grow up, and you will more than likely get an idealist, but definite answer, whether fireman or ballerina or some other flight of youthful fancy.Ask the same question of a typical high schooler, and the answer is likely to be...
  11. Cape West Coast Marine Mammals – Whales and Dolphins

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    Southern Right Whale (Eubalaena australis)The southern right whale is the most commonly spotted whale along the west coast, in the cool season between May and November. Courting pairs breach and lobtail or slap the water with their flippers while the mothers can be seen escourting their newly born calves around sheltered...
  12. Beste wense van ‘SUP vir ‘n suksesvolle nuwe skooljaar!

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    Die sorgvrye somervakansie dae kom nou tot ‘n einde.  Ons maak reg vir die nuwe skooljaar.Hier is ‘n paar idees vir ‘n suksesvolle skooljaar.Die hele familie sal baat by ‘n realistiese roetine.Beplan met jou kind wanneer die skoolwerk gedoen gaan word.  Of na skool, of na speeltyd en vashou aan...
  13. The science behind successful New Years’ Resolutions

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    “All of us every single year, we’re a different person. I don’t think we’re the same person all our lives.” — Steven Spielberg“Be always at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let each new year find you a better person.” – Benjamin FranklinA 2007 study by Richard Wiseman from the University of Bristol involving...
  14. Road trip games and activities

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    by RachelCheap Car Entertainment:  Get a bunch of cheap toys (stickers, figurines/dolls, trinkets, magnifying glass, noise makers, etc). Individually wrap them before hand so part of the fun is unwrapping them or put them into a nifty *Travel activity box or bag{we made this one for a friend and it...

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