Deonna Harris and Kimberly Haney were both taken aside by school officials at White Cloud High School here in Michigan this week and told that their pictures were unfit for publication in this year's school yearbook. See if you agree with the reason why.
Any woman who has gone through the long, painful process pf childbirth is well acquainted with the agony of labor pains, and we've all joked that if it was up to men, there would be no more babies! Is that really true? Find out here.
Pop Tarts are billed as a breakfast food, but they're perfectly acceptable as lunch, dinner or a snack in my world as well! Imagine my delight when I heard that Kellog's is ready to debut two new Pop tart flavors to their already impressive lineup.
This is the first year that students were allowed to pose with props in their yearbook photos. Having said that, one prop in particular is now causing a lot of controversy. In fact, the prop and the photo have been banned from the yearbook because it might promote teen pregnancy.
Tough economies sometimes force tough choices. Sometimes the question becomes "How do I feed my pets when I can barely afford to feed my family?" Help is now available for those furry members of your family!
If you have one of those rare children who dread the summer break....who miss the structure, their friends and the time spent learning new things, the Lapeer school district has an new option that may work out well for you.
Tattoos can be a touchy subject between parents and their kids, and in a recent interview President Obama revealed how he and the First Lady would handle the situation if it ever came up with their daughters Malia and Sasha.
Old man winter just doesn't want to let go of the mid-west this spring. The snow, rain and freezing temps have been relentless, and those conditions don't mean great things for the crops trying to grow in that region of the U.S. Wonder what that means we'll pay more for in the grocery store soon!
What goes around, comes around. That is so true for a puppy that was found abused, starved and abandoned but ultimately adopted by a young boy with autism. Watch the video and tell me....who saved who?
Eat less, exercise more. Seems like an easy enough concept, but it isn't working to cure the problem of childhood obesity yet. New research offered in the journal Pediatrics has a new idea, and it's simplicity might just work!
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