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Deseret News National Edition looks into how parents handle conflict

Here's how parents can learn to manage the conflict with their teens.
Here's how parents can learn to manage the conflict with their teens.
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Every day, older children, from teens through fully grown adults, diverge from the path their parents thought they would travel. They may drop God, start drinking, experiment with drugs, drop out of school, have no babies or have them too soon. The future of the relationship typically rests on how parents handle the conflict. Lois Collins discusses what she learned about reconciling these relationships.

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If you've got the next big idea or just need a little financial help, a lot of folks are turning to the Internet. Crowd-funding is the latest trend in charitable giving but does giving online, come with a risk? Sandra Yi shows us some of the successes and also the possible pitfalls for donors.

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A prosthetic hand cost tens of thousands of dollars. Now anyone can make their own mechanical hand for a fraction of the price using a 3D printer. Robohand makes its designs open source, so anyone with access to a 3D printer can print out working fingers, hands and even arms. So far, Robohand has directly helped over 200 people, and the designs have been downloaded over 140,000 times.

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The Seventh-day Adventist presence manifests itself in nearly every country of the globe. It is a Protestant Christian religion distinguished by its Sabbath observance on Saturday. Mark Kellner visits with Dr. Ella Simmons about the faith. She holds the distinction of becoming the first woman to serve as a vice president of the Seventh-day Adventist world church.

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A lot of children and their parents feel overwhelmed with homework. Deanie Wimmer discovered there's a growing area of research suggesting homework, as it's given now, may do more harm than good.

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Start digging into your family history and you could discover a treasure trove of stories. In this week's "Adventure of an Ordinary Dad" im Johnson shows us how he came to better appreciate his family history.