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Dear Teachers As we enter another school year, I want to take a minute to write you this note and let you know how much I appreciate what you are about to embark upon with my children. But first . .

Worried - Dear Lord, I need your help, please help me with my anxiety. I am pregnant with my first child and Im so afraid I wont know what to do. I suffer from anxiety before I was pregnant and can never learn how to cope or deal with it. I always turn to you. I pray for a healthy and happy baby. I know I havent made the best health decisions. I am so afraid, afraid of losing my job because I was put on medical leave and being sick I have called in. They treat me bad at work. I pray for my…

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U.S. Infant Mortality Declined 12% since 2005

Infant Mortality Rate - CDC - In 2008 the United States was ranked 27th globally in terms of infant mortality rate by the Organization for Economic Cooperative Development. Despite improvements from 2008 to 2011, the CDC predicts that the U.S. still ranks 27th in the world.-

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Help with Medical Bills: Government Assistance, Negotiation, and Your Credit

If you have racked up thousands of dollars in medical debt, read these tips that may help you save some money and pay off those bills. There are options out there for medical expenses. Make sure you are prepared and armed with the knowledge to fight the medical debt monster.

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Crock Pot Beef Stew and Herb Dumplings | Crockpot Soup Recipes

All child custody cases in the state cover two types of custody: physical and legal. Physical custody involves issues surrounding where the child will live, visitation, overnights and related matters. Legal custody provides each parent with the authority to make certain decisions about the child’s upbringing, schooling, religion, medical care and other issues.