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Kibananberry Pie is a luscious strawberry treat

One of the undeniable signs of spring is when strawberries return to the market shelves. Strawberries are not only beautiful, but also a healthy addition to the dinner table. They are high in potassium, vitamin C, folate, antioxidants and fiber, and research suggests consuming strawberries can help to combat depression, stroke and high blood pressure, according to medicalnewstoday.com. They're particularly fantastic for pregnant women, who often need additional folate in their diet, and an easy treat for children of all ages.

April 22, 2015 | Jana Stocks Brown Deseret News | National

Are trampolines too dangerous for backyards?

Every year when I take my daughters to their annual pediatric exams, I can’t shake the feeling that I’m undergoing interrogation: Do I give them three vegetables of different colors every day? Do I limit screen time to 30 minutes on school nights? Do I ensure they get adequate sleep, calcium, discipline, recreation and vitamin D? Well, do I?

April 22, 2015 | Erin Stewart Deseret News | National

Bunny poop, motherhood and mistakes

This week in my neighborhood there has been an extraordinary amount of bunny poop on the sidewalks. For several days during my walks, I would stare at the ground, careful to avoid stepping in it.

April 22, 2015 | Molly Freestone FamilyShare | National

How (and why) to teach your kids to love nature

It's National Park Week from April 18 to 26 and Earth Day on the 22nd, but that's not why Chris Fiscus is taking his kids hiking this weekend. They go regularly because it's good for them, and because Chris likes to see Cole, 13, without a computer in his lap and Brady, 9, hold a water bottle instead of a video game controller.

April 22, 2015 | Kelsey Dallas Deseret News | National

How to keep your aging brain healthy

Since Steve Prince retired from dentistry 18 months ago, he hasn't slowed down. The 68-year-old Fallbrook, California, man fills his days with activities, both mental and physical. He socializes. He swims and golfs and tackles chess puzzles and word games. And he takes regular long walks with his wife, Meredith.

April 22, 2015 | Lois M. Collins Deseret News | National

5 ways to embrace pre-menopause

Each year millions of women in their late 40s and early 50s experience the dreaded time in life that we euphemistically refer to as “the change,” including peri-menopause (or pre-menopause) and menopause. For many of us, peri-menopause comes out of left field, stealing any and all prior sense of stability and normalcy and leaving a wake of escalating and plummeting hormones that send us spiraling out of control. At 52 years of age, I was astounded when a nurse practitioner diagnosed my depression as being due to peri-menopause. In the last eight months since that diagnosis, I have at times ...

April 22, 2015 | Debbie Merrill FamilyShare | National

Pros and cons of automating your budget

Everyone needs a budget.

April 22, 2015 | Stephen Simon FamilyShare | National

This professor makes a case for religious education in school

Joseph Laycock, an assistant professor at Texas State University, wrote an article for Quartz this week that advocated for religious education in school. His reason was simple: education on world religions can teach students a lot about the type of people they’ll meet in the world.

April 22, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National

Have You Seen This? Girl’s first viewing of ‘The Lion King’

THE SAVANNAH — Our first world circle of life dictates that we show the following generations the movies we grew up watching.

April 22, 2015 | Martha Ostergar KSL | National

If couples cleave, they won't want to leave

If couples cleave to each other amid challenges, they will become united and will only feel complete with the other.

April 22, 2015 | Mandy Al-Bjaly FamilyShare | National

The sweet 'peace' of chocolate

OK, moms, confession time. Who has shut themselves in their closet, laundry room, or pantry to enjoy a moment of peace — and maybe even a piece of your secret chocolate stash?

April 22, 2015 | Molly Freestone FamilyShare | National

How divorce can break your heart scientifically

Those who get divorced are more likely to have a heart attack, according to new research published in the journal Circulation. The study found that divorced persons often suffer from chronic stress, which increases the risk, the BBC reported.

April 22, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National

The UK starts using age ratings for YouTube videos, why not here?

Three major music labels — Sony, Universal and Warners — are all participating in a new agreement with the British government with the intention of helping parents quickly decide which music videos are safe for their kids and which aren't.

April 22, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

This playlist will help you fall asleep easily

Need help falling asleep? There’s a playlist for that.

April 22, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National

New species of frog found looks just like Kermit

COSTA RICA — A recently discovered species’ resemblance to the Kermit the Frog has caught the Internet’s attention.

April 22, 2015 | Natalie Crofts KSL | National

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Dogs return to Flora tonight

Camden and host A.C. Flora never started their scheduled Friday night game in Forest Acres after rain and lightning hit the area before the first pitch could be thrown in that key Region 4-AAA contest.

April 13, 2015 | | Camden High/Middle

Bowers' big night propel Knights past CMA

Tyler Bowers had a good week in the span of a few hours.

April 10, 2015 | | North Central High/Middle

Demons get past Blazers, 5-2

At this time of year, when teams are jockeying for playoff spots, when you win a game like this you take it and just move on.

April 10, 2015 | | Lugoff-Elgin High/Middle

L-E, Blizzard add to Camden's offensive troubles

Even though they looked at the same two games from two different perspectives, Craig Marlow and Lynn Looney were of the same opinion in saying that their two softball teams need to get into a rhythm as they seek to keep their respective region championship hopes alive.

April 10, 2015 | Tom Didato | Sports

How to love so deeply that you'll never lose your sweetheart

Success in any relationship depends on whether or not you're able to hear unspoken language. For example, does your girl want you to open the door for her as a grand gesture of chivalry, or would she rather do it herself to assert her feminine strength and independence? Do a dozen red roses tell her you love her, or would she rather have a single daisy from your backyard? Now, you may not see the difference (although the daisy sure costs a lot less), but she sees small subtleties, picking up a distinct message.

April 09, 2015 | Trina Boice FamilyShare | National

Cheating spouse: To forgive or not to forgive?

Editor's Note: This article is part of "The Ten Today," a series that examines the Ten Commandments in modern society. This story explores the seventh commandment, "Thou shalt not commit adultery."

April 08, 2015 | Lois M. Collins Deseret News | National

The Internet is bad for morality, developing countries say

Most people in developing countries think the Internet has been a great influence on education, but not on morality, a new Pew Research Center survey has found.

April 08, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | National

‘Goblin green’ quasar ghosts caught on camera

BALTIMORE, Md. — A new series of images show the beauty of quasars flickering to life before fading.

April 08, 2015 | Natalie Crofts KSL | National

How your weight loss habits are making your kids fat

Like many parents, you’ve considered the importance of setting a good example for your kids in many areas of your life, but are your dieting habits detrimental to your children’s health and well-being? Current diet culture promotes unhealthy extremes and poor body image, polarizing food as “good” or “bad" — and this is incredibly damaging to a child’s ability to develop a healthy or normal relationship with food. The Framingham Children's Study showed that children whose parents showed the highest levels of restrictive dieting followed by post-diet overeating were most likely to be overweight compared to children ...

April 08, 2015 | Ashley Palmer FamilyShare | National

Crazy confessions of a work-at-home mom



In the interest of full disclosure, my toddler is running around half-dressed and screaming for milk right now. And, I literally mean right now. Although I'm not a fan of mommy labels, I suppose it's accurate to say I'm a work-at-home mom. I write freelance, and I teach music lessons out of my home. As part of the sisterhood of moms who work at home, I have a few secrets I'd like to share. If you're thinking about working from home, start taking notes.

April 08, 2015 | Heather Hale FamilyShare | National

How to keep your child from giving up on music lessons

I wanted to pound my head against a brick wall.

April 08, 2015 | Heather Hale FamilyShare | National

Daughter keeps heartwarming, 20-year-old note from her father on her fridge

Something as simple as a lunchtime letter can have a long-lasting impact on family members. Such was the case with Katie Rogal, who recently posted on imgur a letter she received from her father when she was a child. Now 31 years old, she still keeps the note on her fridge.

April 08, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | National

Employee appreciation is vital but employers must also provide challenge

A new study, the 2015 Strengths@Work Survey, suggests that the path to great performance may be easier than we think. If we want employees to achieve their best we should appreciate them for the things they do the best—in other words, for the things that showcase where their natural strengths and abilities lie.

April 08, 2015 | Taylor Cotterell Deseret News | National

The myth of pregnancy brain

Pregnant women go through significant physical changes throughout their nine months of pregnancy and the few months following, but the changes don’t make it to the mind.

April 08, 2015 | Jarom Moore KSL | National

5 ways to destroy your child's confidence

It goes without saying that frequently calling children "stupid" "lazy" or "bad" can do major damage over time to their self-esteem. When a parent uses negative labels such as these, a child can lose confidence in his or her abilities or innate worth. Most conscientious parents avoid stooping so low that they resort to name calling or using negative labeling.

April 08, 2015 | Julie Nelson FamilyShare | National

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