Are Progressive Millennials Going Dutch on First Dates?

Dating culture has changed over the years and millennials are taking it to whole new levels. Long gone are they days when courting was formal, clean and the rules were clear. Men opened doors for women, paid for meals on dates, kissed at the front door and said goodnight to their sweet date like the […]

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Myth Buster: Preventing Peanut Allergy

In January of 2017, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) released guidelines recommending the introduction of appropriate peanut foods to infants with an egg allergy or severe eczema to lower their risk of developing a peanut allergy. With that said, these guidelines have been met with obvious contention and have gone against […]

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Will The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk Include You?

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Hello Single: The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk is scheduled for Saturday, August 19th. Although I haven’t visited “Circle City” yet, it’s on my list of Places To Go! Is Indianapolis on your list? The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk offers to singles with and without children a reason to visit Indianapolis for a weekend. […]

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What You Should Know About Dating a Single Mom

Dating anyone can be a challenge in the beginning when you’re first learning about them and getting to know who they really are. While it’s a very exciting time in any relationship that is moving along, it’s also a very important point in your relationship. It’s the time to figure out if your lifestyles match, […]

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Put the Buffalo NY Food Allergy Heroes Walk’s On your To Do List!

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Hello: I’ve visited Buffalo New York, a few times. Buffalo, nicknamed the City of Good Neighbors and the Queen City, lies in western New York, close to Niagara Falls. August may be a great month to travel and Buffalo is well-suited for both childfree singles and singles with children. Indeed, this city of about 260,000 […]

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Top Tips for Managing Food Allergies

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Successfully managing a life with food allergies can often be very challenging and can make life difficult – especially if you or your loved one has recently been diagnosed. At first, life can be overwhelming and constantly watching what you have to eat can be tiresome. However, for those that have suffered adverse effects from […]

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Ready to Fly to the Denver CO Food Allergy Heroes Walk?

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Hello Single: The Denver CO Food Allergy Heroes Walk provides an excellent reason for you to spend the weekend of Saturday, August 12th in “the Mile High City”.  You can register to walk as an individual to support food allergy research easily. While supporting a worthy cause, you benefit from exercising in an exciting city […]

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Is the Cleveland OH Food Allergy Heroes Walk on Your Mind?

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No? Well, why not? The Cleveland OH Food Allergy Heroes Walk will let you combine food allergy support with a vacation.  Ohio is a Midwestern state that’s well known as the Buckeye State. (Why not add a picture of yourself standing next to a native Buckeye tree to your selfie collection?) Summer is a great […]

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What to Talk to a Girl about When You Message Her on a Dating Site

One of the hardest parts of online dating is breaking the ice and creating an impact that will keep the conversation going. Most men complain about falling short in this area and are never really sure how to initiate a conversation with someone they have never met, let alone are forced to communicate with a […]

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Top 5 Tips for Single Moms Cooking on a Budget for a Kid with a Food Allergy

1. Meal plan, meal plan, meal plan! Take a couple hours per week, every week, to write down a list of foods that you will be making during the week. Include breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, desserts and everything in between. Know before you go shopping, exactly what you are going to make and go shopping […]

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