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SAT vs. ACT: How to know which test is right for you

By Sarah Good Teenlife.com. Wed, 20 Mar 2019

It’s time to start thinking about the big college admissions test. So which one will it be: the SAT or the ACT? Let us help you figure it out.What are the differences in the format?Both the ACT and SAT include four multiple-choice sections presented in the same order every time. The SAT includes reading, writing and language, math with a calculator, and math without a calculator. The ACT includes English, math, reading, and science. Both include an [...]

6 reasons for teens to do community service on their spring break

By Bill O'Neill Teenlife.com. Wed, 20 Mar 2019

There’s no shortage of organizations and agencies that could use a helping hand and many of the tasks don’t require special experience.

The Mom Stop: ADHD diagnosis brings hope for coping

By Lydia Seabol Avant More Content Now. Tue, 19 Mar 2019

"Is this normal?" was a question my husband and I often asked ourselves, our pediatrician and teachers about our oldest child during her first six years of life.She frequently fidgeted, she was impulsive and she needed constant reminders - not to run, not to climb on furniture, to pick up toys, to pick up her clothes, to slow down while talking, to focus on what she was trying to do, to stop and breathe, to sit down, to try to be calm.It could be just her age, we were told [...]

The Mom Stop: It’s our turn to help

By Lydia Seabol Avant More Content Now. Tue, 12 Mar 2019

After four tornadoes tore through Lee County, Alabama, on March 3, images of their wrath were soon displayed across television news reports, newspapers and articles online.Many homes were destroyed, cars mangled. Twenty-three people, ages 6 to 89, were killed, including four children, according to the Lee County Coroner. The recent storm is among the deadliest in Alabama history - the deadliest day for tornadoes since the April 27, 2011, super outbreak when 240 died.As I read the news [...]

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