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April 18th, 2014
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Archive: News / Page Two / Family (3 Stories)

Some foster kids 'aging out' of system ignore aid that's available

11/18/2013 8:37am
Every year, about 24,000 kids "age out" of the foster care system across the country. Foster care workers in Utah say the transition into adulthood can be more than some kids can handle.

Getting over awkward: How to have those embarrassing talks with your kids

11/18/2013 8:59pm
Do you have to have those awkward teen talks? Of course not. You can wait until Bubba down the street does it for you. Awkward moments are a parent's privilege. Consider them happy investments in your child's future.

'Opt-in' Internet pornography initiative bad news for some Internet providers

11/18/2013 10:36pm
A new initiative gaining ground in the U.S. would require Internet service providers to filter out pornography before it reaches customers. While many parents would undoubtedly appreciate such a measure, it could prove fatal for small Internet companies.
 
   
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