Meet Puzzi – Revolutionizing Puzzles

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We recently discovered a new toy for children that makes a bend in classical puzzle toy manufacturing. Sort of like a new angle on puzzle gaming. It is called Puzzi and we would love to know what you think about it.

Puzzi is the first educational puzzle which utilizes meaningful shaped puzzle connectors to become more than just a puzzle!

A little bit about Puzzi.

Inspired by their children, supported by their families, ...

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Single Moms Happier Than They Used To Be

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All studies on women’s happiness in the past found single moms to be less happy than other groups of women, especially married moms. A recent study which was published in the Journal of Happiness Studies, however, reveals that moms who are raising children on their own don’t lag as much behind as they used to.

The study which was led by John Ifcher from ...

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Yelling on Teenagers Doesn’t Work

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Approximately 90 percent of parents in the United States react to teenage misbehavior by yelling, shouting, cursing, calling names, and using insulting and humiliating language. Most American parents are convinced that harsh verbal discipline forces their teenagers to listen, think about what they did wrong and avoid unacceptable behavior in the future. A recent study by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and University of Michigan, however, ...

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Helping Kids Deal with Back-to-School Anxiety

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Most kids have mixed feelings about returning to school, experiencing both fear and excitement at the same time. For some, however, the days before and after returning to school causes significant anxiety. The good news is that parents can help their children make the back-to-school experience less stressful. But according to mental health experts, it is crucial to act on time.

John Walker, a psychologist from ...

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Hidden Toxins Found in Diets of Pregnant Women

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Hidden Toxins Found in Diets of Pregnant WomenAccording to researchers at the University of California in Riverside and San Diego, pregnant women are consuming food and beverages containing toxins on a regular basis. These toxins are believed to increase the potential risks to developing fetuses. The study urges health care providers to do a more thorough job of counseling pregnant women about the hidden ...

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Breast Cancer Risk Reduced by Breastfeeding

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Breast Cancer Risk Reduced by BreastfeedingA recent nurse-led study has found that women who breastfeed for over six months are not as likely to develop early breast cancer when compared to women who do not breastfeed, so long as they were non-smokers.

Emilio Gonzalez-Jimenez PhD and his colleagues at the University of Granada in Spain reviewed the medical records of 504 women. The women were ages 19 ...

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8-Year-Old Holding a Secret to Eternal Youth?

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8-Year-Old Holding a Secret to Eternal Youth?8-year-old Gabby Williams from Billings, Montana, virtually doesn’t age. She suffers from a rare condition which prevents her from getting older. Although she is 8 years old, she has a face and skin of an infant.

Richard F. Walker, a medical researcher who has been studying Gabby’s case explained that she and other people with a similar condition have ...

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Pregnancy Cravings Leads to Serious Heart Problems

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Pregnancy Cravings Leads to Serious Heart ProblemsWe have all witnessed strange food cravings during pregnancy, usually joked about as being pickles and ice cream. Yet there are far more serious food cravings that exist and they can cause extreme health problems.

A condition known as pica can generate cravings for nonfood items. These items include cornstarch, baking powder, ice, dirt, clay and baking soda. This is ...

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Child Injuries Caused by Button Batteries

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Child Injuries Caused by Button BatteriesEach year American children ingest 3,000 button batteries. It is estimated that every three hours another child is in an Emergency Room for a battery-related issue.

Button batteries are small and shiny. This makes them especially appealing to children. But button batteries can cause major injuries and possibly death if swallowed by a child.

Button batteries are everywhere these days. You will find ...

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