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Journal EntryA military teen’s take on caffeine
Teens may be consuming more caffeine than they (or you) know. Learn from one military teen’s perspective about sources of caffeine and how teens can avoid consuming too much.
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Journal Entry PS documentCalling all military family support groups
Check out HPRC’s new section with resources for Family Readiness Groups, Family Support Centers, Family Advocacy Programs, and others you can use to support military families.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programPrevent home fires!
Preventing home fires is everyone’s fight. Learn how.
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Journal EntryMoney issues: Bad for you and your family
Money issues can be stressful for you and your family. Learn some strategies for strengthening your financial fitness as a family.
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Journal EntryBrush up on your relationship skills
Learn three key relationship skills highlighted in HPRC’s downloadable cards.
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Journal EntryFostering children’s shut-eye
Sleep needs depend on age. Children need more than adults, but the amount depends on age. Find out how much your child needs and how to make sure he or she gets it.
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Journal EntryFuel your adolescent athlete for optimal performance
Fall sports are under way for many adolescent athletes. Help your teen gain the edge by knowing what he or she should eat and drink.
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Journal EntryFamily rituals matter
Rituals can enhance your performance as an athlete, Warfighter, and family member.
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Journal EntryHappy Father’s Day!
HPRC salutes Father’s Day with special recognition of the many fathers out there who honorably serve their country, their family, their children, and themselves.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-pdbHow to reconnect with your child after deployment
When you return from deployment, keep in mind your child’s current developmental needs and use these tips to help you reconnect.
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