• First-born kids do better in school, study finds

    The first-born kids in a family do better in school than their siblings who follow, perhaps in part because they face more intense monitoring and rules, a new study finds.

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    Here’s a rundown of the evidence on nutrition and contamination levels for organic and conventional products in five categories — milk, produce, meat, eggs and fish — to help you decide whether to buy organic or stick with conventional.

  • Girl Scouts looking for volunteers

    The Girl Scout Council of South Florida is looking for volunteers to help with everything from mentoring Girl Scouts to office work.

  • Tempted to read your child’s Facebook page? You’re not alone

    More than three quarters of parents are snooping on their children through social media, and only 12 percent feel guilty about it, according to an online behavior survey.

  • Stay-at-home mothers on the rise

    Almost three in 10 mothers with children under 18 living with them are stay-at-home moms, an analysis of Census Bureau data by the Pew Research Center showed — a 3 percentage point jump from 2008.




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