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Teaching Your Child About MoneyAre you teaching your child about money? Start now, with these five simple tips to give your child excellent financial grounding.
My State is Good, But Could Be Better on Protecting Children with Asthma and AllergiesGina Clowes is the founder of AllergyMoms.com. We would like to thank her for guest blogging for us and sharing her family’s allergy story.
Note: This article was originally written for Health Central: My AllergyNetwork.com. To view the article there, click here.
One of my industry contacts sent me a link to a very interesting study recently released by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). Their report, appropriately titled the 2008 State Honor Roll - Annual Report of the State Asthma and Allergy Policies for Schools, represents a wealth of comparative information in regard to how well each state in the U.S. deals with asthma and allergy in its public schools.
According to the executive summary of the report,“AAFA research and policy experts, in consultation with leaders in the fields of medicine, education and advocacy, identified 18 types of “policy standards” relating to asthma and allergies in schools that currently appear in states across the U.S. Three broad categories of policy types were assessed:EUR
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