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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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When a Veteran’s Family Loses Almost All to Fire, EOD Warrior Foundation Has Their Back

EOD Warrior Foundation has stepped in to help an EOD veteran’s family who lost almost everything they had in a house fire NICEVILLE, Florida – According to the National Fire Protection Association, there were 365,000 home fires in 2015, totaling around $7 billion in damage. Most people don’t think about losing everything to a fire […]

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How Meditation is Helping Veterans Heal

BLUEMONT, Virginia – (August 11, 2016) – As the number of veterans diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and other related conditions continues to rise, many are finding relief in a surprising way. These veterans are closing their eyes and silently thinking a simple sound known as a mantra. Much to their surprise, […]

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Myths and Truths About EOD Techs

NICEVILLE, Florida – (July 19, 2016) – Most people see movies that involve a hero, such as a bomb disposal expert, who works against the clock to defuse an explosive device just seconds before it detonates. While the reality is typically not what Hollywood depicts, the pressures and dangers, as well as the lives saved, are […]

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Deaf Initiatives Creates Employment Opportunity for Deaf Individuals

Columbus, OH. Deaf Initiatives, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created in 1998, through its mission-driven social purpose businesses, Keepsake Theme Quilts, Express T-Shirt Quilts and T-shirt Project, creates employment opportunities for Deaf individuals as a path to personal success, financial independence and self-fulfilled lives. The idea for the social purpose business evolved from the desire to develop a […]

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Social Entrepreneur Reframes The Perception of Black Men

New York, N.Y. Black Men: America’s Great, Underappreciated Assets. What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think about black males in the United States? That’s the question social entrepreneur Trabian Shorters would like more Americans to ask themselves. “I’d follow that question with another: Is it good? – Because too often, the […]

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