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Shocking Military Suicide Rates and Identifying the Signs

Niceville, F.L. September is National Suicide Prevention Month, which makes it an important time to move the conversation about suicide forward. While suicide is a national problem, it is one that also affects smaller communities, including the Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) community. These brave men and women have suffered losses not only on the battlefield, […]

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The J. Luce Foundation’s Bauer Fund Announces 2017 Award Recipients

New York, N.Y. Dr. Bill and Mary Ella Bauer and their daughter Maddie are proud to announce the 2017 Bauer Fund grantees. The awards are in honor and memory of their son and brother, Grant, who passed away from suicide in 2014. The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation sponsors The Bauer Fund as one of […]

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Save A Pet Seeks Community Help to Care for 30 Dogs After the Death of an Owner

Long Island, N.Y. It’s not every day that a pet rescue organization gets a call to help rescue 30 dogs, but that’s exactly what happened last week when tragedy struck in Marion County, Texas. Save a Pet, located in Long Island, New York, has a great reputation for helping dogs around the nation find homes. […]

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Education Activist Malala Yousafzai to Study at Oxford

New York, N.Y. Nobel Laureate Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by a Taliban gunman at age 15 for speaking out for the right to an education, has been accepted to the University of Oxford. The 20-year-old activist shared word of her acceptance to the school on Twitter and included the screenshot of her “Congratulations” notice. […]

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U.N. Rights Chief Urges Kenyan Leaders to Act Responsibly

New York, N.Y. Calling on the Kenyan authorities to avoid violence, the United Nations human rights chief today urged the Government to make an immediate announcement that it will cooperate and ensure accountability for reported abuse by security forces which has led to deaths and injures, including among children. “Kenya is at a critical juncture,” […]

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5 Fitness Tips Every Teen (and their Parent) Should Read

Fairfax, Va. – There’s a lot of good reasons for teens to engage in exercising regularly and stay fit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that students who are physically active tend to have better grades, that higher physical fitness levels are associated with improved cognitive performance, and that those who participate in […]

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Migrant Boy Called ‘Little Picasso’ Shows Works in Serbia

  New York, N.Y. A 10-year-old refugee, who has been nicknamed “the little Picasso” for his artistic talent, is holding his first exhibition — and donating all the money raised to a sick Serbian boy. Farhad Nouri’s drawings and photographs were put on display Wednesday in Belgrade, where he has lived in a crowded migrant […]

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Early Youth Specialization and Over Training – What Every Parent Should Know

  Fairfax, VA – Kids around the country are playing organized sports more than ever today. In fact, The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) reports that youth in the country participating in sports went from around 18 million in 1987 to 60 million in 2008. While that’s good news, because of the many benefits […]

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