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With the kids back in school, a parent's focus shifts from dealing with issues on the home front to those on the school front. For some parents, this might mean getting phone calls from the school about your child's behavior. Some teachers or administrators might even suggest that your child has Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or AD/HD. These resources may help you to better understand what this means for your child and your family.

Screenings: Have your child's hearing and vision tested. If you suspect that your child may have a learning disability, be sure to talk with the school or a learning center to arrange for testing.

❑ Be enthusiastic about the upcoming change.

❑ Make a visit to the school and classroom and meet your new teacher in advance.

We asked some of the Lowcountry’s leading lady bartenders what they were mixing up to cool off during the dog days of summer. 

Christie MacConnell, Director of the SC Women's Business Center, shares tips for securing the funds you need to start your small business. 

Southern belle's don't sweat, they glisten with dew!  Here are some of our favorite tips for staying cool so they never see you sweat:

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