5 Benefits of a School Uniform Policy

Posted on: 10 February 2015

Many people have debated the pros and cons of uniform in school, but as the years go by more and more educational institutions are implementing school uniform policies for their students. While not every parent and student is going to love school uniforms, a number of benefits have been found in schools that require uniforms. Some of the biggest benefits include the following. Less of an Emphasis on Clothing Many kids, especially teenagers, see clothes as a status symbol, which can separate those who can afford designer labels and name brands from those who are not able to buy those items.
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How To Fight Facial Wrinkles Naturally

Posted on: 17 December 2014

Facial wrinkles are a sign of age, but sometimes they can make you look older than you really are. As the top layers of skin begin to thin, they produce less collagen, causing the skin to lose its elasticity. When this happens, the skin sags and wrinkles. But by avoiding sunlight, eating a healthy diet, and exercising, you may be able to postpone those inevitable wrinkles from appearing. Protect your skin from the sun.
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Two Natural Remedies For Conjunctivitis: What You Should Know

Posted on: 15 December 2014

When it comes to your eye health, you may not always pay as much attention as you should. After all, as long as you can see, your eyes are healthy, right? Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Your eyes actually need maintenance and care to stay healthy and functioning. One common eye disorder that people often suffer from is conjunctivitis, also known as pink eye. This particular disorder can develop due to allergies, bacteria or a viral infection.
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Adapting Your Home To Care For A Loved One With Alzheimer's

Posted on: 6 November 2014

Alzheimer's disease is a brain disorder that affects more than 5 million Americans. According to a report by the Alzheimer's Association, in 2010 nearly 15 million unpaid caregivers (primarily family members) provided 17 billion hours of unpaid care to Alzheimer's patients, many of whom were being watched over in the homes of family members. If you are one of those in-home family caregivers, one of your top concerns is the safety of your loved one, who may suffer from memory loss, confusion with time or place, and a decrease in judgment making skills, among other things.
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