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Avoid the summer slide: 7 fun, brain-stimulating activities for students

Avoid the summer slide: 7 fun, brain-stimulating activities for students

As summer approaches, many parents are worried about the summer learning slide, and with good reason. Students who do not participate in enrichment and learning activities during the summer break…

Three ways to make your backyard safe for your kids and pets

Three ways to make your backyard safe for your kids and pets

The sun is shining, the air smells of freshly cut grass and the kids are out of school. Long, lazy summers are a staple of any childhood, and getting outside…

How to keep your scents light and sensible this summer

How to keep your scents light and sensible this summer

The seasons affect everything we wear, eat and feel – including the scents we choose. When weather warms, Americans turn to lighter scents in everything from body lotions and perfumes…

How to keep your scents light and sensible this summer

How to keep your scents light and sensible this summer

The seasons affect everything we wear, eat and feel – including the scents we choose. When weather warms, Americans turn to lighter scents in everything from body lotions and perfumes…

Three ways to make your backyard safe for your kids and pets

Three ways to make your backyard safe for your kids and pets

The sun is shining, the air smells of freshly cut grass and the kids are out of school. Long, lazy summers are a staple of any childhood, and getting outside…

Ridge Ranch Bridge Tournament

Ridge Ranch Bridge Tournament

Third graders enrolled in Diane Fogel’s enrichment class at Ridge Ranch School of Paramus recently finished off the year with a bridge tournament sponsored by the Junior Bridge League.  In…

Stony Lane Chef’s Club

Stony Lane Chef’s Club

Throughout the year, each fourth grader at Stony Lane School of Paramus participated in Chef’s Club. These youngsters had the opportunity to apply reading and math skills to a real…

What parents need to know about concussions

What parents need to know about concussions

Parents of young athletes know that along with the many benefits of participating in sports, there comes a certain amount of injury risk. And while most would agree that the…

Cycling to help stop diabetes

Cycling to help stop diabetes

The American Diabetes Association is challenging bicycle riders to be part of the movement to Stop Diabetes(R) by participating in the annual Tour de Cure(R), a cycling event to raise…

Secrets of what’s driving American travelers this season

Secrets of what’s driving American travelers this season

Now that spring has sprung, drivers will be hitting the road in earnest to enjoy the warmer weather. In fact, according to Hankook Tire’s latest Quarterly Gauge Index, 56 percent…