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1. Plan Your Month Roundup: October Holidays

The weather is crisp and the leaves are starting to change color…it must be fall! Now that we’ve made it to October, we wanted to help you plan out the month with these book recommendations and resources:

Plan Your Month Roundup October Holidays

World Vegetarian Day – October 1

Health and Sports Day – October 10

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Image from Yum! ¡Mmmm! ¡Qué Rico! Americas’ Sproutings

Full Moon on October 16

Make a Difference Day – October 22

Halloween – October 31

National Bullying Prevention Month

Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15-October 15)

Philippines & Filipino Collection

Filipino American Heritage Month

Also worth checking out for October:

What are you favorite October reads? Let us know in the comments!

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2. डिटॉक्स डाइट और हम

डिटॉक्स डाइट और हम Detox diet Tips एक जानकार से मिलना हुआ. चाय सर्व करते हुए उसने बताया कि वो आज कुछ नही लेगी  डिटॉक्स प्लान है … यानि सारे दिन बस एक ही चीज लेनी है और वो आज घिया ही ले रही है घिया की सब्जी, घिया का रायता… इससे शरीर के अंदर की […]

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3. Sneak Peek: Resources For Social & Emotional Development

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Books are not only a great resource for developing reading skills, they are also a fantastic way to help kids develop healthy feelings and relationships. In the coming weeks, the First Book Marketplace will feature a collection of hand-picked books that address key aspects of social and emotional development.

In addition to the books, First Book has partnered with Molina Healthcare to provide helpful resources that teachers and parents can use to tie these engaging stories to healthy living. Teaching kids how to interact with others and manage their own emotions is an essential part of their development, just as important as their intellectual or physical development. These carefully curated books and resources are designed to do just that.

Here’s a sneak peek of the kinds of books and tips you can expect in the collection!

ICanHelpI Can Help by David Hyde Costello

A little duck gets lost until a helpful monkey comes along to lend a hand.

Brainstorm a number of situations that children may find themselves experiencing in which they need to ask for help. Next, identify who are the appropriate people in their family, school or community to ask for help in those situations. Examples could include calling 911 for firefighters in the case of a fire, talking with a teacher or parent for homework help, and visiting a doctor or school nurse if they are sick. This activity can be extended by role-playing. For example, one child can pretend to see a fire and call a firefighter for help. Then another group of children can pretend to be firefighters who come and put out the fire.


My Friend Maggie by Hannah E. Harrison

Paula knows Maggie is a great friend, but when Veronica says mean things about Maggie, Paula doesn’t stand up for her.

Letter writing, even when one doesn’t plan to give the letter to the addressee, can be a great tool for processing feelings and thinking through how to handle a conflict. Have the children write a letter from one of this story’s characters to another (such as from Maggie to Paula), explaining how that character’s actions made her feel. Encourage students to try letter writing (even without giving the letters) when they face conflicts with their friends to help them express their feelings and think through how they would like the situation to be resolved.

For more books and resources from First Book and Molina Healthcare, please visit the health and wellness section on the First Book Marketplace.

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4. Designer nature: mosquitoes first and then what?

We’re told that we can insert a gene to confer sterility and this trait would race like wildfire through Aedes aegypti. Why this species? Because it’s the vector of the Zika virus—along with the dengue and yellow fever viruses. The problem is that A. aegypti isn’t the only culprit. It’s just one of a dozen or more bloodsuckers that will also have to be wiped out. After we’ve driven these species to extinction, we’ll presumably move on to the Anopheles species that transmit malaria.

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5. आकर्षक व्यक्तित्व – कुछ टिप्स

आकर्षक व्यक्तित्व – कुछ टिप्स क्लिक करिए और सुनिए 2 मिनट 13 सैकिंड का  audio आकर्षक व्यक्तित्व – कुछ टिप्स How to become more beautiful. Motivational  thoughts. अकसर हम  अपने व्यक्तित्व  को आकर्षक बनाना चाहते हैं पर tips नही पता कि   how to make our Personality attractive… अगर आप भी जानना चाहतें हैं तो जरुर […]

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6. डाइट – वजन नियंत्रित करने की टिप्स

 डाइट – वजन नियंत्रित करने की टिप्स  डाइट – वजन नियंत्रित करने की टिप्स How to Maintain our weight.. some helpful tips हम जिम जाकर या अन्य तरीके अपना कर अपना वजन कम तो कर लेते है पर उसे नियंत्रण में नही रख पाते और जिम छोडते ही या सैर करना छोडते ही दुबारा अपने […]

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7. पोकीमॉन गो, पोकेमॉन गो या Pokemon Go

पोकीमॉन गो, पोकेमॉन गो या Pokemon Go प्लीज गो …. पहले कान में ईयरफोन लगा कर संंगीत लगा कर, सडक पर  चलने पर तीव्र आलोचना हुआ करती थी कि ये सडक  दुर्धटना का निमंंत्रण देता है तो अब पोकीमॉन गो को क्या कहेंगें समझ से बाहर है… मुम्बई में मैनें अपनी सहेली को फोन किया […]

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8. खूबसूरत त्वचा, खान पान और स्वास्थ्य

खूबसूरत त्वचा, खान पान और स्वास्थ्य हैल्दी डाईट और निखरी त्वचा मेरी त्वचा से मेरी उम्र का पता ही नही चलता.. बेशक ये हमें सुनने में अच्छा लगता हो पर ये सच्चाई आप पर भी लागू हो सकती है … अगर जानना चाहते हैं तो जरुर पढिए … मेरी एक जानकार को जब भी किसी […]

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9. Tumeric Dietary Supplement

The benefits of turmeric dietary supplements are very important to a person who wants to lead a disease free and healthy lifestyle. The healing properties that turmeric has are very vital and are numerous and are the same which are found in the natural turmeric and those that are manufactured and put in the turmeric dietary supplements too.

The turmeric dietary supplements are made from the roots of the turmeric plant. The turmeric spice has Curcumin. This Curcumin is the element that gives the turmeric plant the yellow color that it has.  This is not the only function of the Curcumin which is rich in turmeric as it also has a vast amount of benefits that has made it included in the formation of the turmeric dietary supplements. This plant has been known for its health benefits all over the world and is popular especially in shops that sells health supplements.


The turmeric supplements that are rich in Curcumin act not only as anti oxidants for the skin, they also slow down any effects of certain ailments such as sclerosis, Alzheimer and also arthritis. Another popular benefit of these turmeric dietary supplements is the fact that they are very efficient in fighting against any show of the ageing process on the skin. Turmeric has the ability to fight all the effects that come about with ageing.

Like every other natural anti oxidant for the skin that is known, turmeric has the ability to fight of the growth of free radicals on the skin which makes the skin to have a lot of blemishes and also not to look as pleasing a sit is supposed to. These free radicals normally grow on the skin due to the exposure of the skin to various environmental hazards that are at times very hard to avoid.

It is very important for a person to use a turmeric dietary supplement in their daily meals as it has a very wide range of supplements and the necessary minerals that are required to help in the maintenance of an individual’s natural health. Turmeric is very vitals as at the end of the day; it leaves a person feeling much younger, fit and revitalized too. The skin appearance of a person is also left looking very good and young such that a person is able to retain their youthful looks.

The very wide range of dietary supplements that are available in the market presently are also natural that means that they work more effectively thus beneficial which makes turmeric very popular too. When a person finds the correct supplements that work for them, it works a long way in helping them to maintain their health status. The only thing that a person needs to maintain is to make sure that he or she has incorporated the supplements to their daily diet as an overall regimen for them to be able to attain their aim of having a healthy lifestyle and to maintain a youthful look too.




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10. Hair care for strong, beautiful hair

beautiful-hairEverybody aspires to have beautiful hair that is string and enhances their appearance. However, what many people do not know is that for any beautiful hair that is seen in public, a lot of work has gone into it. Any treatment given to hair makes it to respond by being healthy. Apart from the bad hair days, neglected hair is an embarrassment to the individual. Therefore it is easy to identify hair that is neglected and not taken care of. Therefore everyone should strive at working on their hair apart from the usual grooming of having a good dress. A good dress with neglected hair makes the whole grooming wrong.


The Benefit of using Biotin 5000

Biotin has been associated with healthy skin, nails and also for a healthy pregnancy. However it is important to note that biotin 5000 is also useful for the hair. It adds to the health of the hair by strengthening it. It is usually added on most hair products because of this. When one goes for shopping of a hair product and gets one that has this mineral, they should know that their search for a hair strengthening product is over. It is important to note at this point that, it is also available in plenty as a supplement. The doctor or dermatologist can advise one to use it for better skin, strong nails and hair. It is also recommended for pregnant women. One should always strive to take the right quantity of prescription but in case of an overdose, the body will always get rid of it in urine or increased sweating rate. When there is an overdose, it tends to increase the rate of urine since it is also water soluble. The body will always take just what it needs to function and get rid of the rest.

Are there tablets that increase the hair growth rate?

In the hair market today, there are dht blockers. Their existence has enhanced the maintenance of long hair. When one suffers from slow growth rate they can just pop in, these tablets. When one is ready to use them, they can just get more information from the internet and also consult widely before they settle on a particular brand. Use them and once the desired results have been acquired, their usage should be stopped.

The use of the natural hair loss shampoo

One can also improve the care for their hair by washing with natural hair loss shampoo. This has the ability to prevent all hair losses using natural remedies. The most common things to include in the shampoo include cabbage and carrot juice.

The use of argan hair shampoo

When one decides to use the argan hair shampoo, they should be aware that their hair will be conditioned and improve in appearance. Another thing is that the hair is moisturized and protected against harmful conditions like the harsh sunshine.

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11. Brain Dr. Business Card Sculpture

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12. Transplanting India’s patent laws

Recently, patent reforms in different parts of the world have shown an emerging trend towards the emulation of Indian patent law. Countries like China, South Africa, Botswana and Brazil are now trying to amend their domestic patent laws based on India’s model. The Philippines was among the first countries to emulate India’s patent regime.

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13. Four Years of Running the Steps and Counting

 DSC_0003  This morning’s run

Four years ago today I started running the courthouse steps. I had been doing aerobics for many years, and one day while walking my dog past the courthouse, I thought I’d just see what it was like to run the steps; I was instantly hooked.

What I love about running steps goes way beyond the rigorous workout I get.  I wake up just before the sun rises, get dressed in an early morning daze and head out the door with my water and sweat rag on my bike when it’s just light enough outside to see where I’m going. The air is always fresh at this time of day and my senses are on high alert. My neighbor’s sprinkler overflow is scurrying down the street like a river along the edge of the grass, and I pedal faster to pass it up. Sloppily thrown newspapers sit patiently on driveways awaiting to be retrieved. Yellow parakeets chatter loudly as they fly over the rustling palm fronds, and through the slats of the metal fence around the water treatment plant, I see the sunrise glow as it pushes away the pink clouds. The workers at the plant know me now. I wave and speed down the street.


At the corner of the busy intersection where I must cross, I observe the blank looks on drivers’ faces as they head to work in the congestion of Metropolitan Miami. Some are looking down at their cell phones, unaware the light has turned green. The courthouse pigeons have moved their perch to the telephone wires on this corner after the courthouse officials installed sharp anti bird spikes along the roof’s edge. I look up at the pigeons for a quick second, but make sure to keep my mouth closed.

I park and lock my bike in front of the courthouse and head to the top of the steps where I remove my sandals and start my stretching routine. The security guard on the second floor nods at me and smiles. Invariably the pigeons on the corner take off and circle over my head, putting on a show as if to welcome me to their former perch. Overhead I can see planes from Miami International Airport ascending, and I daydream about the exciting places where they may be going. The cloud formations are ever-changing.


As I start to run up and down the steps I instantly go into a zone of sorts, whereby I no longer think about what I’m doing; it’s as if a force beyond my control is moving me. Out loud I count the “innings” or rather laps up and down as I listen to Mick Jagger singing in my ear. Negative thoughts are not allowed here. Courthouse employees arrive to work early, shuffling their feet, looking defeated to have to walk through the doors. I smile and make eye contact with them.

I see another familiar face. It’s Alaina, an avid walker, a 65-year-old breast cancer survivor, and she chats with me, telling me her dreams about getting rich with her cell phone invention. One day three years ago, a thin woman in a clean, long, white night gown sat in the middle of the courthouse steps and started belting out American songs. “Marines’ Hymn, You’re a Grand Old Flag, God Bless America” and so on. I never realized how many patriotic songs there were until this day. She was protesting something, but I don’t know what. There was no one there to listen except for me. Her off-key singing frustrated me for 30 long minutes before she marched off with her poster that just read “Justice” and her collection of flat tunes.

As the run progresses and I ascend the steps, I manage to keep up my pace and continue to not think about the challenge of what I am doing and that gravity is not my friend. I am competing with no one. I don’t dare acknowledge the heat and humidity of South Florida. Passersby ask me where the entrance is to the courthouse and a whole host of other questions. “Passports – room 160, Parking and Traffic Violations, well that’s room 200. No, there’s no entrance at the top of the stairs – it’s down there behind that wall, but you’ve got a long wait until the courthouse opens.”


People stare at my bare feet. Some men yell comments out their car windows as they whiz by. Thinking I couldn’t hear her, one day a young woman walking past the steps whispered to the young man next to her, “That running bitch is not wearing shoes. What must that bitch be thinking?!”

“That bitch is thinking she can hear every word you just said,” I blurted out as I ran past her.

Sometimes young men, who are on their way inside the courthouse to fight traffic tickets ask me about my workout and my shoeless feet and are looking for motivation to start a fitness routine of their own. I give them words of encouragement and explain that I run without shoes because this is how I keep injuries at bay – especially plantar fascitis, shin splints, hip and knee pain. Read the science of barefoot workouts from Harvard University.

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Across the street is the Walgreens shopping center where I wave to Alberto, the hardworking groundskeeper there, whom I met many times when I used to cut through the shopping center to get home. On occasion I see my dry cleaner peek out the door of his shop to wave at me and the Coke and Lays trucks making their daily deliveries to Walgreens. Just how much Coke and how many chips can one Walgreens sell? I love it when the doormat cleaning truck pulls in from of the courthouse once a month, bringing fresh mats inside and dragging out the filthy ones.

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I run up and down the 28 steps 20-25 times and then take a 90 second walking break on the top landing. In between sets I often do 10 pushups. I run between 3,360 and 4,200 steps each visit. When I finish, I text before and after running selfies to my daughter, who is in grad school in Colorado.

On the ride back I’m treated to an endorphin rush; it should be illegal to be this happy and energetic – not to mention sweaty. I’m 4 ft. 11″, middle-aged and strong. It’s only 7:30 am and my workout is done. Soon I’ll experience a calmness that only devoted yogis speak of.


Other than, “Why are you not wearing shoes?’ the most common question I am asked is, “How do you motivate yourself to keep running?” Running for me is a habit – like brushing my teeth every morning – and if I don’t workout at least 5 days a week, I don’t feel good. There’s always a long list of excuses not to run, but I won’t entertain them. I have never been athletically inclined – actually more accident prone and was the last girl picked for teams in gym class in school. It’s uncomfortably hot and humid most of the year. I have chronic asthma and debilitating allergies; luckily the only time my nose and lungs are truly clear is when I’m running.

So today on my four year anniversary, I am grateful to be able to continue to run the steps. I’m 55 years old, and as long as I can walk, I can run. And run. And run.





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14. Body Image

This picture is perfect. Notice the caption. "The Perfect Body." Yet all of the women in this picture are different. Yup, diversity is perfect. No one is exactly the same. The same size clothes never fit the same on anyone. It is time clothing ads change to conform to the every day women. In fact I personally believe models for the run way as well should be all shapes as well.  Well it looks like we finally might be heading in that direction.

According to an article I read on the Today Show website, The U.S. Health Department says the United States should start to regulating the BMI (Body Mass Index) mass of models. This finding is coming out after France just started regulating it for models. They, in fact need a doctor's note stating they are healthy enough to work in the country.

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I hope this regulation is put into effect. There are to many girls and women out the fighting anorexia. It is a horrible disease. I pray everyone fighting it, finds inner peace and health. I am so glad DOVE has taken the initiative and has changed their mission on body image. I know you have noticed their adds support everyday women of all shapes, sizes and color.

Girls need to know they are beautiful just the way they are.  I also hope the ballet industry has the same regulations.

On a side note. Notice this is about girls. Well I have boys and I worry about my boys because believe it or not young boys go through the same thing. I found this article over on the Today Show as well.

Now like the women in the article, my boys are healthy in their weight and in how they view themselves, but if you think you don't have to keep tabs on it, you are wrong. Check in on your kids, your nieces and nephews. Make sure they love themselves as much as you love them. Them and only then, will we be rid of negative body image.

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15. Reproductive Rights: Who Decides? Blog Tour

Reproductive Rights: Who Decides? by Vicki Oransky Wittenstein Twenty-First Century Books, 2016 ISBN: 978-1-4677-4187-3 Grades 9-12 In 2013 Louise reviewed For the Good of Mankind by Vicki Oransky Wittenstein. Today I am pleased to review Vicki's latest nonfiction book for teens, Reproductive Rights: Who Decides?  If you have viewed any of the recent Republican or Democratic debates,

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16. Another unpleasant infection: Zika virus

Over two years ago I wrote that “new viruses are constantly being discovered... Then something comes out of the woodwork like SARS which causes widespread panic”. Zika virus infection bids fair to repeat the torment. On 28 January 2016 the BBC reported that the World Health Organization had set up a Zika “emergency team” as a result of the current explosive pandemic.

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17. The Cancer Moonshot

Announced on January 13th by President Obama in his eighth and final State of the Union Address, the multi-billion dollar project will be led by US Vice President, Joe Biden, who has a vested interest in seeing new cures for cancer. Using genomics to cure cancer is being held on par with JFK’s desire in 1961 to land men on the moon.

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18. Bodies of breath, bodies of knowledge, and bodies of culture

Towards the end of his lecture on ‘techniques of the body’, delivered to a meeting of the Société Française de Psychologie in 1934, the sociologist and anthropologist Marcel Mauss discussed the methods of breathing practiced by Daoist priests and Yogic mystics. Far from being instinctive, these techniques require a lengthy apprenticeship.

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19. Rethinking the “accidents will happen” mentality

Canadians have a vast lexicon of phrases they use to diminish accidents and their negative consequences. We acknowledge that “accidents will happen,” and remind ourselves that there’s “no use crying over spilled milk.” In fact, we’ve become so good at minimizing these seemingly random, unpredictable incidents that they now seem commonplace: we tend to view […]

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20. Made You Up, by Francesca Zappia | Book Review

Made You Up is Francesca Zappia’s debut novel and features a new kind of heroine that readers are sure to find interesting.

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21. Everything, Everything, by Nicola Yoon | Book Review

Nicola Yoon’s debut novel, Everything, Everything, is a must-read, inviting a broad spectrum of audiences, from preteens to the older generations.

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22. Finding a new perspective on psychedelics

Bill W., the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, took an acid trip in late 1950s that reportedly allowed him to revisit the mental and spiritual condition that had inspired him to swear off booze in the first place. Although AA has no religious affiliation, the numerous references to God throughout the twelve steps make its emphasis on interior discovery and redemption an indispensable part of the program.

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23. Ways to become lower back pain alleviation naturally

Certainly if you are trying to find lower back pain alleviation it is due to the fact that you are struggling with lower neck and back pain. The initial step is to recognize exactly what causes this type of discomfort considering that this could help you to avoid it in the future and can likewise lead you to an only a few ways to relief your back pain. Right here are a very few of the primary causes of lower back pain. Think it or not the number one source of lower back pain is bringing way too much weight in your stomach. This causes your back muscles to work more difficult compared to healthy and could send anyone to the internet looking for lower back pain relief Many people struggle with this type of discomfort and also one of the significant problems is it can take years to create.

If you lift something wrong or you relocate a manner in which puts a certain pressure on your back it can create you pain. This could be done by rising with your iliac crest rather than your legs and also this is why they always advise you utilize your legs. This is a lot more common than you could believe as well as if you lift things consistently it can be extremely simple to put pressure on your back muscles. Anxiety could likewise be a reason for neck and back pain. Some kinds of depression can be connected to back pain, yet it is not all that typical. If the pain in the back comes with a couple of other signs, after that you can be depressed. Chances are your neck and back pain is not triggered by depression and you actually do need to find lower back pain relief. If you are currently really feeling discomfort in your back then it is recommended you avoid stretching for the moment being, yet there are an only a few points you can do to assist alleviate the discomfort you are really feeling.

Then, you could return to the routine task you appreciate periodically. You can start by copulating a pillow between your knees to aid becomes your back in far better alignment while you are resting. If your pain is chronic and also not severe, after that exercise like swimming or running can truly aid with the alleviation of your back pain. Part of getting lower neck and back pain alleviation from exercise is losing the stomach weight that could cause several of the pain. Plus making your abdominal muscles stronger will certainly aid sustain your back also much better. An additional treatment that could aid you becomes the lower back pain alleviation you are entitled to be a heating pad. If you place a little warmth on your back it will help you loosen up the muscular tissues up as well as create blood circulation to the area. This can aid give you discomfort relief for a short quantity of time. Warmth treatment can also help your back heal much faster.

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24. We should all eat more DNA

2016 is here. The New Year is a time for renewal and resolution. It is also a time for dieting. Peak enrolment and attendance times at gyms occur after sumptuous holiday indulgences in December and again when beach wear is cracked out of cold storage in summer. As the obesity epidemic reaches across the globe we need new solutions. We need better ways to live healthy lifestyles.

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25. Stay Where You Are & then Leave, by John Boyne | Book Review

Stay Where You Are & Then Leave will appeal to middle grade readers interested in twentieth century history, life in England during World War I; also anyone who has had to deal with a parent changed by trauma.

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