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Striking or spanking a child is not a solution, experts say

Experts in childhood development said the intent doesn’t matter, striking a child is never appropriate.

The Clean Cut: Toddler can't help but run to military mom

Kathryn Waldvogel couldn't wait to see her family, and apparently her 3-year-old boy Cooper couldn't wait to see his mom. Read more »

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More home-cooked meals really can save you thousands

Increasing the number of times one eats at home is an easy and extremely effective way to cut monthly expenses. Best of all, for folks who are looking to stretch their income by cutting costs,... Read more »

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Sherry Young: The world is indeed a glorious place, and autumn is a gift

Hopefully there is still time in the autumn of our lives to make a trek with the family back to our memories. Then again, does it really matter? There are exciting things to do and beautiful places... Read more »

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Catholic leaders' deliberations over divorce may have implications for American believers

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A Catholic conference on the family next month could bring big changes for American Catholics. Read more »

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Community bands together to build home for family

People in Brigham City are building a home for the Sleight family. Evan Sleight was paralyzed from the neck down in a car accident four years ago. Read more »

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5 reasons your children lie and how to help them tell the truth

Kids are notorious for fibbing. Like most childhood challenges, there are many reasons for the behavior. Read more »

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Cowboy Fest this weekend at Natural History Museum

The Cowboy Festival to celebrate the horse and its many contributions to the culture of Utah will be held throughout the weekend of Sept. 20-21 at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Read more »

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Granite School District to host parent seminars on youth protection

Granite School District will host six parent seminars in several locations this fall in an effort to educate parents about youth protection strategies and services Read more »

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31 lies you hear in a marriage

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Don't let the lying get you down. Sure, married couples tell each other lies. But being aware of them may help your marriage succeed. Read more »

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Is the 'friend zone' a bad thing?

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You asked someone out, and they said they want to be just friends. Friend-zoned. But is that a bad thing? Read more »

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How to introduce your parents to your significant other

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Worried about what'll happen when your new boyfriend or girlfriend first meets your parents? Well, here are some ideas on how you can do that. Read more »

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Two big reasons to buy comic books for your kids

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Comic books are more than fodder for Hollywood movies. For some kids, they can be a gateway into a lifelong love of reading. Read more »

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Experts debate whether marriage is needed for kids to thrive

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As fewer couples marry, some argue the institution really isn't crucial; kids just need two parents committed to raising them. Others argue that marriage provides stability that's otherwise elusive... Read more »

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Amy Choate-Nielsen: The evolution of family quirks: Sharing tricks of the trade from generation to generation

I learned most of my parenting tricks from my mother and father, who learned them from their mother and father, and their grandparents. How many of the little things you do are quirks inherited... Read more »

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Erin Stewart: How to survive your preschooler's loony years

Let’s take a closer look at the traits that make 3-year-olds absolutely nuts. Read more »

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'Crystal Puzzle' author shares lessons learned from a sibling with Asperger’s

“Crystal Puzzle: Growing Up with a Sister with Asperger’s," by Utah blogger and author Ashley Nance, is a charming, edifying true story of sisterhood and how the trials that come with... Read more »

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Paintbrushes, fairy tales and chore charts: The life of artist Emily McPhie

Emily McPhie is both an artist and mother of four. In this interview conducted July 16, McPhie talks of finding balance between art and motherhood. Read more »

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Lehi trail next stop for Utah County Try a Trail

Hikers are invited to enjoy a trail with the Utah County commissioners and the Utah County Health Department. Read more »

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'Duck Dynasty' dad approves of daughter's first 'Dancing with the Stars' performance

Sadie Robertson, the daughter of Duck Commander CEO and "Duck Dynasty" star Willie Robertson, made her first appearance on ABC's "Dancing with the Stars" Monday night. Read more »

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Really simple things to avoid when you're pregnant

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Pregnancy is not an easy process by any means, but to make it easier, there are some things you should avoid. Read more »

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Theater review: PTC's 'Spelling Bee' buzzes with gleeful humor

Pioneer Theatre Company opens its season with a sparkling production of the comedy-filled 'Spelling Bee' that prompts not only guffaws and chuckles, but deep belly laughs as well. Read more »

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3 South Jordan siblings battling rare disease where food could kill them

Three South Jordan siblings suffer from a rare white blood cell disorder that makes eating a life or death proposition. Friends and family are trying to raise money for genetic testing and treatment. Read more »

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BYU among top 10 most musical universities

Brigham Young University was listed as one of the top 40 most musical universities, according to a study by Spotify. Read more »

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21 things seen in dating that could hurt your marriage

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Dating someone and think they're the one? You may want to read this list and see if they are showing some of these signs. Read more »

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More children live to age 5, work still to be done

More of the world's children are surviving to their fifth birthday, but 6.3 million still died last year, mostly from preventable causes, the U.N. children's agency said Tuesday. Read more »

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