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Athletes who learn how to accept failure will succeed more

August 29, 2016   0 Comments

As the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro are recently behind us, we are left with memories of witnessing the joys of victory and the agonies of defeat. Perhaps we imagined how we would have felt winning a gold medal. Perhaps we imagined how we would have felt if we had trained so hard
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Suicide Prevention Awareness: Learn how to help prevent suicide

August 29, 2016   0 Comments

Guns, suspension bridges, carbon monoxide, drugs, drowning and alcohol all have at least one thing in common: They all are used as suicide agents. Unfortunately, these are all common ways of ending one’s life. Suicide is the third leading cause of death among young people. Men are more successful on the first attempt, whereas women
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Sports injuries can hurt more than just the body

August 29, 2016   0 Comments

Sports are good for kids. Aside from the plain benefits of physical activity, sports – especially team sports – teach cooperation, teamwork and other important life lessons. The Aspen Institute’s Project Play issued a report in 2016 that details many of the physical and social benefits of athletics for kids. However, injuries happen in sports.
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Study suggests that antibiotics prevent brain cells from growing

August 16, 2016   0 Comments

Most of us have taken antibiotics for some sort of infection at some point in our lives. Except for a slight upset stomach, there are no major side effects or long term effects, right? Apparently not. Researchers at the Max-Delbrueck-Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin, Germany have reported evidence that prolonged antibiotic therapy may significantly
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Study links autism to disorder of touch perception in the skin

August 15, 2016   0 Comments

Sensitivity varies greatly among different people. How noise, pain, sound, touch and other stimuli are perceived determines responses. Variations in sensory perception result in variations in emotions and behavior. When people don’t feel as though they are receiving enough external stimuli, they may feel bored or do something to “stir things up.” On the other
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We would like to thank all the wonderful staff at WRA for the great parent weekend. We enjoyed it and felt that we learned valuable insights on Positive Peer Culture and the values we must have and the importance of family commitment to each other...