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A place for Dads in Las Vegas. As the premier online Las Vegas woman’s magazine, RECESS provides a community just for dads to connect, share and be informed and inspired.

USA Today recently came out with a story concerning the growing number of parents who either have not or do not plan to ever get their teenagers vaccinated for HPV.  According to the CDC, Human...

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Gwyneth Paltrow has been added to a growing list of celebrities who are opening up about miscarriages and fertility issues.  The Oscar winning actress and mother of two, recently discussed her painful experience in an...

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It’s March Madness! Get Your Picks Ready

March 18, 2013 | 0 Comments

If you’re a basketball fan, you probably already know it’s that time of the year to get your NCAA college basketball bracket sheet ready and choose your picks.  As a basketball fan myself, I always...

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My teenage daughter is a huge fan of current pop sensation, Justin Bieber.  She even had a Bieber-themed birthday party decked out with purple everything (because it’s his favorite color) and a huge photo collage...

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Family Fun in Las Vegas Just about an hour north of Las Vegas on the 15 freeway, in the Moapa Valley, is an amazing and exotic adventure for the whole family. Roos n More is...

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No, not a funny iPhone auto-correct typo, you read it right — SEXCEREAL.  Apparently you can combine cereal and sex, but not at the same time; that would just be weird!  I did recently watch...

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Are you and your spouse planning a romantic evening alone?  Perhaps, it’s your anniversary or you just want a night away from the kids.  Here at RECESS, we can understand the importance of “date night”. ...

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Top Apps Dads

5 Great Phone Apps for Dads

February 27, 2013 | 0 Comments

My husband is a huge tech geek.  I’m surprised he didn’t serenade me with the I Love Technology song at our wedding (yes, that was a Napoleon Dynamite reference).  It should come as no surprise...

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As a child, I have zero memories of my father coming to my school or taking me to the doctor when I was ill.  If I was invited to a classmate’s birthday party, it was...

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