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Friday Roundup

submitted June 27, 2014 by Sue Hacker Nelson   |   comments
<h1>Friday Roundup</h1>

Each week, we highlight stories from our newsfeed on Prismatic. No account is required to see what we think is worth reading, so visit our profile often! We update it daily so there is usually something new to check out. Here is a sample of what we liked this week:

How to Talk to the Elderly About Tough Family Issues from Caring.com
Adult children and their parents often have trouble talking effectively. Small disagreements can be irksome and frustrating; if they simmer and grow, they can poison your last precious months and years together.  What causes these misunderstandings?

Eccentric Heiress's Untouched Treasures Head For The Auction Block from NPR
She had three apartments on New York's Fifth Avenue, all filled with treasures worth millions, not to mention a mansion in Connecticut and a house in California. But the enigmatic heiress Huguette Clark lived her last 20 years in a plainly decorated hospital room — even though she wasn't sick.

8 Cool Lunch Boxes to Make Healthy Lunch Packing a Breeze from Design Swan
It is easy to buy lunch outside but if you want to make sure your food’s quality and eat healthy, bring your own lunch is a better choice. Here we rounded up 8 Cool Lunch Boxes. No matter you need to pack lunch for kids or yourself, there must be one right for you. Take a look and start to eat healthy.

Never Too Young: Pediatricians Say Parents Should Read To Infants from NPR
Children whose parents read to them get a head start on language skills and literacy, as well as lovely cuddle time with Mom or Dad. But many children miss out on that experience, with one-third of children starting kindergarten without the language skills they need to learn to read. So the nation's pediatricians are upping the ante, asking parents to start reading to their children when they're babies.

Let us know which articles you liked (or didn't) in the comments!