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Expert Tips for Helping the School-Aged Athlete Avoid Burnout and Injury

  According to Stanford Children’s Health, there are over 3.5 million children who sustain sports-related injuries every year. Add to that the notion that around 70% of kids who play organized youth sports quit by the time they turn 13, and it’s clear to see the red flags. Those who have a school-aged athlete can […]

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UNICEF: One of World’s Worst Displacement Crises for Children

New York, N.Y. More than 800,000 children have been forced from their homes by violence and armed clashes in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) in what the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) calls “one of the world’s worst displacement crises for children.” Children at a displacement camp in Goma, North Kivu, Democratic Republic […]

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Lions Clubs Brought A Christmas Miracle for Hundreds

New York, N.Y. On Tuesday the 12th of December 2017, The New York Cosmopolitan Lions Club in conjunction with the New York Global Leaders Lions Club and the Japanese-American Lions Club co-hosted the fourth Community Christmas Celebration at the Public Schools for Global Leaders for over 600 kids in the Lower East Side (China Town). […]

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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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Security Council Adopts First-Ever Resolution on Mine Action

New York, N.Y.  The United Nations Security Council today adopted its first-ever resolution on mine action, noting the serious and lasting threat posed by landmines, explosive remnants of war and improvised explosive devices, while also recognizing the positive contribution of mine action to sustaining peace and stability. A UNMASS official investigate a mortar impact in MINUSMA […]

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Back-to-School Busy Schedules Call for Simple Family Meals

Fredericksburg, Va – The Nutrition Journal reports that Americans have shifted toward eating out more and cooking at home less. With busy work and back-to-school schedules, many parents find it difficult to find the time to make home-cooked meals. Yet the American Journal of Preventative Medicine reports that the amount of time spent on food […]

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Myanmar Mobile Project Helps Lift Young Workers Out of Poverty

  New York, N.Y. It’s six o’clock in the evening, Saw Ku Do reviews his English lessons shortly after finishing an 11-hour shift serving food and sweeping the floor at the tea shop where he works. “Dog, cat, pig,” he said while looking at his notebook. Saw Ku Do, age 15, only has a second […]

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Investing in Poor Children Saves More Lives Per Dollar Spent, UNICEF Study Finds

  New York, N.Y. Investing in the health and survival of the most deprived children and communities provides more value for money than investing in less deprived groups, saving almost twice as many lives for every $1 million spent, according to a new study by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). “The evidence is compelling: […]

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Fab Fare and Frivolity at Barton G Los Angeles

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Stay and Play at Jamaica Bay Inn Marina del Rey

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North Italia Santa Monica Founded on Food with Integrity

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