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Should parents drug babies on long flights?

Parents taking infants on long flights are turning to medication to help their children sleep. But is the practice safe - or a dangerous abuse of parental power?


Princeton mom to female students: 'Find a husband on campus'

A letter from a Princeton alum and parent, aimed at Princeton women, offers what the author feels is "what you really need to know that nobody is telling you." Namely, to find a husband on campus.


Mom Stress: The Working Mom's Guide To A Stress-Free Morning

It's 6:50 a.m., and the Huff household is in chaos. While mom Rachel coaxes her towheaded son Grant to get off the family computer ("One more minute," he's been saying since 6:30), husband Forrest fries eggs and corned beef hash for daughter Andie, who isn't even out of bed. "I don't want to be that mom who's always yelling, 'Come on!'" says Rachel, still wearing her penguin pajamas and now packing lunch boxes between gulps of tea.


How to complain: Squeaky wheel still gets the grease

Most people who have a complaint don’t really push for a solution. They make a quick phone call or send an email, but if they get the brush-off, they’re done. The fact is, if you want to get your problem solved, you need to speak up and stand your ground until the company makes you happy.


'Dear Abby' advice columnist dies at age 94

Dear Abby

Pauline Friedman Phillips, who under the name of Abigail Van Buren wrote the long-running "Dear Abby" advice column, has died. She was 94.


Pull off Thanksgiving with less stress


No matter how much you plan ahead, feeding your extended family--bottomless teenage nephews, out-of-town uncles, and wild munchkins included--is going to be a massive undertaking.


10 Common Estate Planning Myths That Can Be Detrimental to Your Family

In a recent blog post, my colleague, Nancy Anderson, writes about “Three Common Estate Planning Mistakes That You Can Easily Avoid.” It’s not surprising that these mistakes are so common since in my experience, estate planning is the area with the most widespread confusion and unfortunately, this confusion can lead to those very mistakes, costing so much in time, money, and stress to people’s families.


Dr. Ruth's advice for a happy sex life

Dr. Ruth Westheimer offers up some good sex and relationship advice to callers on HLN's Dr. Drew.


How to cope with a co-worker you hate


Executive coaching clients over the years have come to me with a key dilemma: “What do I do when I hate someone at work and feel he (or she) is out to get me?” So what do I advise my coaching clients to do about this situation? Here are four critical steps for dealing productively with an enemy at work.


Why Your Co-Workers Don't Like You


Beneath a veneer of professional collegiality, your co-workers are taking note of the mess on your desk, how loudly you chew, even your word choices. Obviously, serious misconduct such as discrimination and harassment can lead to a job loss. But small irritants can hurt productivity and build walls between co-workers.


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