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PTSD Most Prevalent Mental Health Challenge, Treatment Available

Niceville, FL – June 27 is PTSD Awareness Day, and the perfect time for a discussion on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD affects millions of people and their families, and they can take comfort in knowing that there are treatments available that do work. The key lies in identifying the symptoms of the disorder and […]

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Memorial Day is so Much More than a Weekend for Barbecues

Niceville, FL — As Memorial Day approaches, millions of people around the country will be planning weekend travel trips, backyard barbecues, and time on the water. While Memorial Day weekend is often seen as the official kick-off of summer, this day has a much more significant meaning. In fact, without those who serve in the […]

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What Everyone Should Know About Gold Star Wives Day

NICEVILLE, Florida – April 5, 2017 is Gold Star Wives Day, which is a day dedicated to those widows/widowers whose spouses died while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States, or as result of service-connected disabilities. On this day Gold Star Wives come together to support one another, and to raise awareness of the […]

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Fallen EOD Warriors to be Remembered by Special Earth Day Wreaths Across America Tree Dedication

This Earth Day, April 22, 2017, is a special day for the families and friends of the 326 fallen EOD technicians who were killed in action, while carrying out an EOD mission. The public is invited to attend a Veterans Remembrance Tree dedication at the Wreaths Across America balsam tip land, where 326 live trees […]

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How EOD Warrior Foundation Helps Military Children

NICEVILLE, Florida –  April is the Month of the Military Child. From our neighbors to celebrities who grew up in military families, such as Jessica Alba, Priscilla Presley, and Bruce Willis, many have their own stories of struggles and heroism they can share. In fact, according to the National Center for Children in Poverty at […]

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Dr. Yum Dishes Up Healthy Family Tips for National Nutrition Month

FREDERICKSBURG, Virginia – March is National Nutrition Month, which is a time to shed some light on our food choices and how we can develop some sound eating and physical activity habits. The health professionals seem to agree that American families desperately need both of them. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) […]

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EOD Warriors Share Their Lessons of Love and Gratitude this Valentine’s Day

  EOD Warriors go through hardship on the battlefield and gain a sense of gratitude NICEVILLE, Florida – In the United States military, there are 7,000 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) warriors who disarm and dispose of bombs, willingly putting themselves in harms way to save the lives of others. Performing the most dangerous job in the […]

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Police Officer and Veteran to Receive Service Dogs from Paws of War

  Palm Coast, Florida — A U.S. Air Force veteran and a Flagler County Sheriff’s Officer will be uniting with service dogs through the Paws of War program. The nonprofit organization rescues dogs, gives them the necessary training, and then pairs them with veterans in need of service pets. The official introduction of the dogs […]

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‘Digital Democracy’ Turns Average Citizens into Influencers in Africa

Red Cross: Safe Burial Practices Helped Prevent Spread of Ebola in West Africa

Indonesia Says It Safeguards Rights of All, Including LGBT Citizens

Many Aid Groups Unable to Manage War Zone Risks, Says UN-backed Report

In Uganda, UN chief meets with South Sudanese refugees, urges world to show solidarity

Enchantment Abounds at Puerto Vallarta’s ‘Rhythms of the Night’ Dinner Show

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