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Recommended Science & Nature Books for Fun Summer Reading

Smart Start Central Oklahoma, a grassroots initiative that supports families as they raise children who are safe, healthy, eager to learn and ready to succeed in school, is encouraging parents to continue reading to their children during the summer months.

Tips on How to Save a Wet Cellphone

U.S. Cellular offers these steps if your phone takes a dive with you this summer.

Survive 'n' Thrive Conference Just for Single Moms

If you need relief from the dirty clothes hamper, the house chores, or the predicament of raising children alone, then you have found a 'slice of paradise' in the Survive 'N' Thrive Conference.

It’s Critter Time: Prevent Tick and Mosquito Diseases

The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) advises persons who participate in hiking, camping, bicycle trail riding, yard work, gardening, and other outdoor activities to follow tick and mosquito bite prevention tips.

Selman Bat Watch registration forms available May 29

Each night's Selman Bat Watch viewing activities are limited to 75 visitors who are randomly drawn from a pool of mailed-in registration forms, which will be available beginning May 29.

Made in Oklahoma Coalition offers Memorial Day recipes

Fire up your grill and celebrate the beginning of summertime with mouthwatering Memorial Day weekend recipes from Made in Oklahoma Coalition.

10 Facts You Need to Know About Ticks

Experts are predicting 2012 to be one of the worst year for Lyme risk ever.

7 Fun Tips to Prevent Summer Slide

Planning activities that include reading and writing not only battles the summer slide, but also makes for some fun summer adventures. The editors at Highlights offer the following suggestions for keeping kids' imaginations engaged with reading and writing during summer break.

What Would You Do With an Extra Hour in Your Day?

Our April Question of the Month asked our readers to share what they would do if their Mother’s Day gift was an extra hour in their day—and here are their responses.

Leaving a Child in a Hot Car Can Have Deadly Consequences

As Oklahomans get ready for another long, hot summer, AAA reminds parents and care-givers to be especially careful not to leave children or pets in hot, parked cars, even for a few minutes.
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