How Businesses Are Welcoming Children With Autism

For the 1 in 68 children who will be diagnosed with autism, a simple family outing can be filled with anxiety. Symptoms of autism vary from person to person, but they may include trouble socializing, disruptive and repetitive behavior, and difficulty communicating. Signs of autism may also include sensory processing problems, which can make kids hyper- (more) […]




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Link Title Field: How to Build Interactive Articles in D2

This is an important introductory statement so we’ve applied this special bolding treatment which only works at the beginning of the article. It does not need to be used in every Interactive Article, but it is an additional feature that can be applied when the content warrants that additional callout. But when I bold other text in […]




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Greatest Threat to Environment Is Not Affluence, It’s Poverty

President Trump’s “Executive Order on Energy Independence” will save the American people hundreds of billions of dollars every year that would have been wasted on purely symbolic efforts under former President Obama’s “Clean Power Plan” and other regulations. Former President Barack Obama justified those regulations by claiming they would reduce global warming. But in reality, […]




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Garmin’s new Forerunner 935 sports watch features battery bump

Garmin Hard-core triathletes with an eye for gadgets may want to run, swim and cycle over to Garmin’s website to check out the firm’s latest fitness-tracking watch. Released Wednesday, the Forerunner 935 succeeds the Forerunner 735XT, a device CNET reviewer Dan Graziano judged “exceptional” for serious triathletes. Both gadgets have GPS for tracking a variety […]




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Caregiving Tips for a Loved One With COPD

When you take care of someone with moderate to severe COPD, you may find that the word “caregiver” doesn’t come close to summing up everything you do. “I think of myself as my mother’s guard dog,” says Cheri Cavaleri. She quit her job in 2014, moved to Arizona, and became full-time caregiver to her 90-year-old […]




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Caregiving Tips for a Loved One With COPD

When you take care of someone with moderate to severe COPD, you may find that the word “caregiver” doesn’t come close to summing up everything you do. “I think of myself as my mother’s guard dog,” says Cheri Cavaleri. She quit her job in 2014, moved to Arizona, and became full-time caregiver to her 90-year-old […]




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Spicer: Both Sides of the Aisle Are Reaching Out on a Way Forward on Health Care Bill

(CNSNews.com) – The White House said Tuesday that people on both sides of the aisle are reaching out “to both the president and key staff members to share ideas and additional ways forward” on the health care bill. “Have we had some discussions and listened to ideas? Yes. Are we actively planning an immediate strategy? […]




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Spicer: Both Sides of the Aisle Are Reaching Out on a Way Forward on Health Care Bill

(CNSNews.com) – The White House said Tuesday that people on both sides of the aisle are reaching out “to both the president and key staff members to share ideas and additional ways forward” on the health care bill. “Have we had some discussions and listened to ideas? Yes. Are we actively planning an immediate strategy? […]




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Spicer: Both Sides of the Aisle Are Reaching Out on a Way Forward on Health Care Bill

(CNSNews.com) – The White House said Tuesday that people on both sides of the aisle are reaching out “to both the president and key staff members to share ideas and additional ways forward” on the health care bill. “Have we had some discussions and listened to ideas? Yes. Are we actively planning an immediate strategy? […]




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Spicer: Both Sides of the Aisle Are Reaching Out on a Way Forward on Health Care Bill

(CNSNews.com) – The White House said Tuesday that people on both sides of the aisle are reaching out “to both the president and key staff members to share ideas and additional ways forward” on the health care bill. “Have we had some discussions and listened to ideas? Yes. Are we actively planning an immediate strategy? […]




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