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  • Reducing youth aggression isn’t as easy as “Kumbaya”

    Reducing youth aggression isn’t as easy as “Kumbaya”0

    The News Story – Reduce violence, teach children compassion and peace As crime rates continue to rise in many cities, the media continues to debate how to curb violent behavior before it starts. A Wednesday column entitled “Parenting with Pete” in a New Jersey newspaper exemplifies a typical response. “Stopping violence needs to begin long before a

  • Divorce REALLY hurts daughters

    Divorce REALLY hurts daughters0

    • December 10, 2015

    Who has benefited from the war radical feminists have waged against marriage? Certainly not young women. A very large new Canadian study concludes that one of the strongest predictors of depression among young women is the loss of a biological parent. And it is the easy divorces that feminists have pushed for that have typically

  • More screening, or more married parents?

    More screening, or more married parents?0

    • August 7, 2015

    The News Story: New Recommendations for Depression Screening in Primary Care  The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) is considering a new standard recommending that all adults be routinely screened for depression during visits to their primary care provider, according to a story released by the American Academy of Family Physicians. According to the AAFP,


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