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Do your kids turn up their noses to apples that turn brown? Do you? Soon that may no longer be a problem. Early next month the first genetically modified apples are expected to go on sale in the United States. Golden...
Everyone has probably had a bad boss once or twice in their life, right? Someone who is rude to them, dismissive, takes credit for their work or cuts them out of networking or specific teams. Now new research says...
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  Updated: Since originally publishing this post on this website it has been posted on the Huffington Post Parents page as well as several other sites. All content originated here at The Everyday Mom Life. The news broke today that a...
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