Monthly Archives: July 2014

Senior Dating and Divorce Seminar Stout Law Firm

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James Stout Key Note Speaker Mature Divorce Seminar

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Mature Divorce Seminar

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How to live to 122

JEANNE CALMENT (pictured), who lived for 122 years and 164 days (longer than any other person), said the secret to her longevity was a diet rich in olive oil, port wine and chocolate. She smoked until the age of 117. … Continue reading

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Fathers time spent on childcare continues to increase

Father’s time with childcare

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California lags recovery from the Great Recession

Most Recession-Recovered Cities 1. Laredo, TX 2. Irving, TX 3. Fayetteville, NC 4. Denver, CO 5. Dallas, TX 6. Corpus Christi, TX 7. Minneapolis, MN 8. Lubbock, TX 9. Garland, TX 10. Raleigh, NC California and Arizona pulled up the … Continue reading

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Whether one spouse is more educated than the other doesn't increase probaility of divorce

Couples aren’t more likely to get divorced if the wife has more education than the husband, new research finds. The study only looks at trends in marriage, it doesn’t prove that education levels play a direct role in affecting whether … Continue reading

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American parents are over-paranoid

IN 1693 the philosopher John Locke warned that children should not be given too much “unwholesome fruit” to eat. Three centuries later, misguided ideas about child-rearing are still rife. Many parents fret that their offspring will die unless ceaselessly watched. … Continue reading

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New jobs won't cure the economic problems

AMERICAN workers have had no news this good for years. In June employers added 288,000 jobs, bringing the total for the year to 1.4m, the best six-month stretch since 2006. Unemployment has sunk to 6.1%, the lowest rate in almost … Continue reading

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Children under 12 are increasingly crossing the border

As the number of unaccompanied children trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border has surged, the increase in apprehensions among children ages 12 and younger has been far greater than among teens, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of previously … Continue reading

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