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  • Elioth Solís contra Gerson Escobar el 8 de septiembre
    Elioth Solís contra Gerson Escobar el 8 de septiembre

    Elioth Solís contra Gerson Escobar el 8 de septiembre

    Los prospectos mexicano Elioth ‘Bumpi’ Solís y Gerson ‘Tigre’ Escobar se enfrentarán a ocho rounds en peso ligero.
  • Rocko le enseñó a Morrison cómo tratar a una mujer
    Rocko le enseñó a Morrison cómo tratar a una mujer

    Rocko le enseñó a Morrison cómo tratar a una mujer

    En 'Vecinos', Morrison encontró a sus papás a punto de darse un beso por lo que ellos siguieron con su enfado.
  • Horóscopos de Mizada | Sagitario 8 de marzo de 2019
    Horóscopos de Mizada | Sagitario 8 de marzo de 2019

    Horóscopos de Mizada | Sagitario 8 de marzo de 2019

    Descubre cómo le irá este viernes 8 de marzo a tu signo zodiacal con las predicciones de Mizada Mohamed en Univision.
  • A day in the life of Alejandro, a boy who always smiles despite his cognitive and physical limitations
    A day in the life of Alejandro, a boy who always smiles despite his cognitive and physical limitations

    A day in the life of Alejandro, a boy who always smiles despite his cognitive and physical limitations

    Neither the Sturge-Weber, nor the cerebral palsy or the chronic respiratory problems stops Alejandro, a little one of almost 5 years who keeps overcoming his impediments thanks to the indefatigable will of his parents, who give everything for improving his quality of life. By collaborating with their GoFundMe campaign, you can help ensure a better future.
    Carolina Ledezma
  • Cielo nublado y viento, el pronóstico para este lunes en Miami
    Cielo nublado y viento, el pronóstico para este lunes en Miami

    Cielo nublado y viento, el pronóstico para este lunes en Miami

    Durante el último día del año las temperaturas máximas estarán entre los 77 y 79 grados Fahrenheit, con bajas probabilidades de lluvia.
  • Colombia, FARC rebels announce deal on bilateral cease-fire
    Colombia, FARC rebels announce deal on bilateral cease-fire

    Colombia, FARC rebels announce deal on bilateral cease-fire

    It's the last major step toward ending one of the world’s longest wars.
  • La Banda Insider Recap: Middle Rounds Part 2
    La Banda Insider Recap: Middle Rounds Part 2

    La Banda Insider Recap: Middle Rounds Part 2

    La Banda Insider Yelisa Nieves is back with her assessment of last week's show.
  • Los mitos sobre la población negra que Trump perpetúa
    Los mitos sobre la población negra que Trump perpetúa

    Los mitos sobre la población negra que Trump perpetúa

    En el último debate, el candidato se refirió a los ‘inner cities’ o centros urbanos como foco de delincuencia y pobreza. Esta visión no sólo es anticuada, sino que no identifica los reales problemas de los afroestadounidenses.
    Brentin Mock
  • Daylight Savings Time is Here: Tips for Handling Your Child’s Sleep
    Daylight Savings Time is Here: Tips for Handling Your Child’s Sleep

    Daylight Savings Time is Here: Tips for Handling Your Child’s Sleep

    The time change is coming! If you have a baby or young children, the celebration of that extra hour to sleep in is a distant memory. Daylight savings time will be upon us on November 1, 2015, and it has a whole new meaning when we have little ones getting up that whole hour earlier! Why is it an issue in the first place? Our biological clocks are dictated by our circadian rhythms. During a time change, our body clock needs to shift more than 30 minutes in either direction and not unlike jet lag, it is not instantaneous and does take a few days to adjust to. So how do we handle keeping our children on schedule with the time change? Here are some tips to make the transition for your whole family a little easier: Gradual approach -Plan ahead if possible. It is ideal to start shifting towards the new time a few days before the clocks actually change. A week or so before the time change, you will want to start shifting your existing schedule forward. Our scheduled activities during the day such as mealtimes, playtimes and bedtimes plays a part in telling our children’s internal clocks what time it is in the day/night. By gradually moving these every day rituals forward by 15 minutes every couple of days, we will make the transition easier for them. Age is a factor–Older toddlers and children can usually tolerate the changes much better and will likely not have too much of a struggle making the jump in one swift motion, however our little guys from 4 months – approximately 2 years old may have a bit of a harder time and take a few more days to adjust. What can we do? -We want to work with the light/darkness to assist in resetting our body clock. In the morning, we want to try to keep our lights either off if possible or the household very dim. We basically want to extend that morning darkness. If your baby normally wakes at 6:30am every morning, they will now be getting up at 5:30am, so we want to try to keep them in darkness for that extra 30-60 minutes. During the day and early evening hours, exposure to natural daylight is ideal and in the evening, we want to try to extend the lightness and keep our homes bright for that extra hour in the evening. Nappers- If your child is still on 2 naps a day, we will want to bring that morning nap back by 30 minutes. For example, if your child normally goes down at 9:00am, on that first morning, you would be putting them down at 8:30 new time and the rest of your day will follow accordingly. If they are on one afternoon nap, you will also want to then bring that back by 30 minutes. You can do this gradually over a couple of days in smaller increments of 15 minutes. Think of it as meeting the new time halfway. Patience – Like everything regarding sleep, it is a process and will not be perfect straight away. Consistency and patience is key.  It may be a bit bumpy for a few days but stick to your schedules and routines and within a few days everyone will adjust and the panic about the time change will be a distant memory… until the spring. If you have any questions about this or any other sleep issues, please comment on the post and I will answer your questions!
  • The Eight 80’s Movies You Need to Show Your Teens
    The Eight 80’s Movies You Need to Show Your Teens

    The Eight 80’s Movies You Need to Show Your Teens

    The eighties were about more than big hair and bad fashion. Some of the best movies of a generation came out of that decade. Here are the eight eighties movies that raised you. Show your kids and maybe they’ll understand you just a little bit more. The Breakfast Club The Jock, the Prom Queen, the Geek, the Neurotic and the Bad Boy all come together for a day of detention and though they try to keep their distance using their respected high school roles, they can’t help but fall in together after a very bumpy ride. This movie is thoughtful and relevant, even today. If your teens want some idea of what high school was like for you, than throw this one on. After your teens get over the edgy fashion they’ll settle in to enjoy one of John Hughes’ best. Saturday, March 24,1984. Shermer High School, Shermer, Illinois, 60062. Dear Mr. Vernon, We accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong. What we did *was* wrong. But we think you’re crazy to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are. What do you care? You see us as you want to see us – in the simplest terms, in the most convenient definitions. You see us as a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess and a criminal. Correct? Back to The Future This movie holds up. Sure, there might some questionable ‘advanced technologies’ in the film, but after they get over that, your teens will love the adventures of Marty McFly and Doc. Don’t be surprised if they go looking for parts two and three. Marty McFly: Wait a minute, Doc. Ah… Are you telling me that you built a time machine… out of a DeLorean?
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