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Read and Eat: Summer Peaches

Peaches recipe compilation

Sweet (or maybe slightly sour), juicy and refreshing. In the season for fresh fruit, peaches are a summer icon in their own right—and from May to late September, peach season is in full swing. “How to Eat a Peach,” by Karen Schaufeld, explores a love of peaches from a squirrel’s …

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Why Children Fake Being Sick and What To Do About It

As parents, you hear a lot of talk about how to tell if your child is really faking being sick. But what we really need to be talking about is why your child is faking. Lindsay Cirincione, Psy.D, director of outpatient operations for the pediatric psychology consult program at the …

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Education Across the Generations

Alex Nysmith

  Many kids have fond memories of their grandmother coming to visit, baking cakes for birthdays or babysitting when their parents went away. I certainly have my share of these recollections, but I recall from an early age that my grandmother was also an incredibly creative and curious person. She …

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