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 Health and Safety – What’s That All About? 
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Post Health and Safety – What’s That All About?
by: Timothy Atkins

The Health and Safety Act was put on the statue books in 1974, covering a board spectrum of legislation for employers and employees alike. It was a much needed act and in its original format, it made the workplace a much safer environment, and curtailed many bad working practices. In conjunction with the act the Health and Safety Commission and the Health and Safety Executive were formed to regulate the act, they were later merged together leaving the Health in the program each day.

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Destry Maycock has over eleven years experience working with children and families as a professional social worker. Destry has helped hundreds of parents solve a variety of parenting challenges and strengthen their relationships with their children. Destry enjoys developing products that help parents. Visit to see the latest parenting programs.

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d0d135e29d(Start a College Fund for Your Baby- Now!Eby: Isaac Grauke

If you're like me, the last thing you'll be thinking about when changing your baby's diaper at 2 AM is, "I need to get this kid a college fund." Parenting is about love, attention, piggy back rides, and vitamins, right? Its true that most of us don't think about starting a college fund for our babies while they're still in diapers, but should we?

The truth is, college tuition is on the rise, and what if your baby wants to be a doctor or a lawyer? Sure, they could take out massive loans and hope to pay them off in ten years, but what if you could solve the problem with only $50 dollars a month?

I'll cut to the chase- if you started a college fund for that rug rat right now, and vowed to put just $50 a month into the account, you would be able to give your baby $24,267.76 the day he graduates from high-school! Hows that for getting them going! And its simple- $50 a day for 18 years at 8% interest (modest) and your there. You can even set up an automatic withdrawal from your bank account. And don't forget to make it fun! As your child grows up you can teach them about how to save. Plus, we all know how grandparents like to contribute to these sorts of things- why not give them the chance? Find out more at

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Isaac Grauke is a contributor to Baby Trend,, an ezine with the latest on your baby's health, clothes, toys and gear. Plus- parenting and maternity for you!

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b717291804Halloween Safetyæby: Rachael Towle

Between the Harvest Festivals, Halloween parties and social gatherings, this Halloween season could be very busy for you and your family. This is why all parents should make safety the number one

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