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Nothing beats a steaming bowl of French Onion Soup on a cool, autumn day. Make a batch of cheesy baguette toasts to dip in it, and you have a simple, quick and delicious dinner ready in 30 minutes. Ingredients: *Serves 6 3 red onions 3 leeks 3 carrots 2 Tbsp....read more
Hilary Anderson, Child and Family Support Center I recently had the opportunity to visit with a close relative. During the visit, this mother proceeded to direct her four-year-old daughter to put away her toys. This innocent child, who up until this point had a...read more
From Eastern Idaho Public Health Completed suicides are statistically rare, but Idaho has some of the highest rates of suicide in the United States, ranking fifth in the nation in 2015. Though rates are high, it’s important to know that recovery from suicidality is...read more
Mix up your morning with a new granola! Pumpkin seeds, oats, flax and puffed rice are mixed with molasses and coconut oil for a crunchy snack to top yogurt or milk. Ingredients: 3 cups rolled oats 2 cups puffed rice (can find online or at most health food stores) 1/2...read more
Melanie Christensen, contributing writer Every year, approximately 3,500 infants die from sleep-related deaths in the United States, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). Sleep-related deaths can include strangulation, suffocation or entrapment. If...read more
Tara Bone, contributing writer Juicy peaches, crisp apples and plump tomatoes are abundant — it’s harvest time! Whether you’re reaping the benefits of a garden, noticing produce stands popping up, or enjoying produce from neighbors, ‘tis the season to preserve the...read more
Sherelle Christensen, sherellechristensen.typepad.com The leaves are turning beautiful shades; the nights are cool and crisp. Fall means harvest season for our family, and as much as I love the fall weather, it means a lot of work for a farm wife. We have our annual...read more
Jenny Mathews, contributing writer Encouraging the development of a few smart habits is a great way to give your child a head start to success in school. When these habits are already in place, there is more room in your child’s life for creativity and play. 1. Read...read more