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Sleeping like a baby: What current research can tell us about the role of sleep in building relationships

By Health and Well-Being

Sleep–one of the top parenting concerns and significant part of every day for families of young children. Sleep can make or break the entire day. Families who have easy and successful sleep routines are able to be well rested each day. This allows for more energy to put forth towards other daily routines and enjoying play time. However, families who experience sleep challenges may struggle with typical routines throughout the day and feel frustration during bedtime.

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Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH)

By Health and Well-Being

Frequently when I go out to eat with friends, fellow workers or new acquaintances I am confronted with “don’t let the Dietitian see what I am eating”.  Or “look how healthy she is eating”. Or “What is your secret”?  I usually respond with the tried and true, moderation is the key which usually ends the conversation and they eat whatever they were going to anyway.

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Beware of Predatory Lending Practice

By Health and Well-Being

By Barbara O’Neill, Ph.D., CFP® July 15 is Military Consumer Protection Day so July is a good time to explore frauds that affect service members and their families. The Personal Finance team will present a webinar on Predatory Lending Practices & How to Avoid Them on Tuesday, July 28 at 11 a.m….

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VLE #MFLNchat recap

By Community Engagement

By Molly C. Herndon The Personal Finance Virtual Learning Event, held June 2-4, featured daily Twitter chats focused on the topics discussed in that day’s webinar. The webinar speakers were on hand to answer questions and to dig deeper in to the topics discussed in the 90-minute sessions. Here, you…

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