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Getty Images, photo by Ron Case

Moms With Three Children Stress Out Most

There is a lot in today’s society to stress out mothers, like money worries, demands at work and home, and stress from pressure they put on themselves, but according to a survey by TODAYMoms.com, having three children is the most stressful. The survey was conducted among 7,000 moms, and they seem to agree, the magic number is three.

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Getty Images, photo by Alexander Hassenstein
Getty Images, photo by Alexander Hassenstein

Man’s Runny Nose Not Allergies but Brain Fluid Leaking Form His Nose

Joe Nagy had a nagging problem he thought was allergies, but unlike most people, his seemed to be year round. He had a runny nose and it wouldn’t stop no matter what he did. He tried allergy medicine but it never worked and over time, his runny nose became worse, he carried tissues with him all the time. It turned out Joe had brain fluid leaking from his nose.

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Chad and Sharon Bathing suits
Photo by Rick Turcotte

Tanning Lotions…Which Do You Prefer?

I'm not a HUGE tanner but I DO like to get a base tan before the Summer comes and reeks havoc on my skin.The picture you see is of Chad and myself in Myrtle Beach on vacation last year. Because we got our base tans we were able to enjoy the hot sun and not burn. We enjoyed that vacation with Rick and Rita Turcotte immensely! Can't wait to go back there again!

Do YOU get a base tan before the hot sun hits?

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Photo by Andy Capwell
Photo by Andy Capwell

Augusta March Of Dimes, ‘March For Babies’, A Huge Success!

There was hardly a cloud in the sky on Sunday and the temperature couldn't have been for comfortable for the annual March Of Dimes, 'March For Babies' in Augusta. Hundreds of people and teams gathered at the Kennebec Valley YMCA and thousands of dollars were raised for the March Of Dimes.

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Photo by Sharon Buck

Sharon Training For Half Marathon With Anytime Fitness

There are many things I would love to check off on my Bucket List. Most are trips to different countries to see major landmarks like the Pyramids of Giza, Stonehenge and the Great Wall of China.

But some are things to challenge myself.

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Source:Facebook

Maine’s High Cancer Rate: A Closer Look

Cancer has probably stricken someone in your family or maybe even yourself. The fact is half of men and a third of women will receive a cancer diagnosis during their lifetimes. The sad fact is that nearly half of those who do will die from cancer, that's according to Harold Varmus, former director of the National Institutes of Health.

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gulfnews.com

Daredevil Dies Attempting World Record

A daredevil in India, attempting to get into the Guinness Book of World Records, recently died during his attempt. Sailendra Nath Roy was trying to cross the River Teesta on a zip-line, which spans 180 yards over the river, attached by his ponytail to a pulley on the wire.  Hundreds of people were on hand to watch the event, but halfway through something went wrong.

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‘The Rock’ Eats a Small Grocery Store Every Day to Stay in Shape

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson is a mountain of a man. He's always been a big dude but it seems the last couple years he's bulked up. A lot of jokes have been thrown around questioning his methods, but there is no denying The Rock looks like he came straight off the pages of a comic book

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Getty Images, photo by Sean Gallup

Sneezing is Good For You

If you ever walk out into the sun on a nice bright day a sneeze, that is called ‘photic’, you are a "light sneezer" and that you can blame on your parents because it is an inherited trait with one in three people doing so.

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A New Trend Called Elimination Communication Means a Diaper-Free Baby

It’s called "Elimination Communication", which refers to a method of potty training children diaper-free. It’s a way to save money from buying diapers and it also helps in the over-stuffing of landfills and keeps babies from developing diaper rash. The idea of EC is to train children to go potty, in the potty, sink and toilet; behind parked cars, wherever and whenever the child has to go, while never wearing a diaper.

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