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Kids In The Kitchen

Celebrity Chef Mentors 4 Youth

(NAPSI)—Noted Chef Tom Douglas cooked up a way for four youth who have experienced foster care to explore culinary careers. What Douglas Did The Seattle restaurateur, who defeated … more
Health Awareness

Protect People With PD

(NAPSI)—Nearly a million Americans have Parkinson's disease (PD), a neurodegenerative disorder that affects the brain. Signs Symptoms include tremor, trouble moving, trouble sleeping, … more
Children’s Health

The Importance Of Early Screening For Autism

(NAPSI)—Autism affects an estimated one in every 59 children. Though early intervention can make a lifetime of difference, far too many children are not diagnosed early enough. What Is … more
Education News & Notes

New Report Reveals Gaps in Private School Teachers’ Training

(NAPSI)—There are more than 34,000 private schools educating more than 4.9 million K−12 students in America, according to the most recent federal data. And as school choice programs that … more
Entertaining Ideas

Thirty Years Of Perfect Harmony To Help Kids

(NAPSI)—Show business great Danny Thomas became just about everything in entertainment—except maybe a country singer. But in his greatest role—founder of St. Jude Children’s … more
Good Citizenship

Helping Heroes

(NAPSI)—The Department of Defense reports that 1.3 million Americans serve in the military. If you or someone you care about is ever among them and sent overseas, you may be glad to learn … more
Our Great Growers

Celebrate Farmers And Food For Life

(NAPSI)—“Agriculture is the most healthful, most useful and most noble employment of man.”—George Washington Since the founding of America nearly 250 years ago, agriculture … more
Women’s Health

Health Services And Screenings Every Woman Should Know About

(NAPSI)—Eating a healthy diet, exercising, getting a regular Pap smear and mammogram—these are just a few of the many steps women can take to help ensure they live longer, healthier … more
Children’s Health

Winning Attitudes

(NAPSI)—Amid thousands of other runners at the St. Jude Memphis Marathon, James Eversull was determined to build on his story, though he has no memory of it. It began in 1964, when Eversull, … more

Innovative School Is A Training Ground For Artists

(NAPSI)—Art classes have slowly but steadily all but disappeared from public schools over the years. Lack of funding has been the culprit, but educators tend to agree that the arts play a … more
Good News Department

Bringing Families Together Around The World

(NAPSI)—With all the sad stories of conflict and desperation from around the world, it can be heartening to hear of loved ones reunited. Here are just two of the happy examples: • Lydia … more

One Wish

News Of Children

YA Author Meyer Mentors Young Writer

(NAPSI)—Marissa Meyer, author of young adult fantasy series “The Lunar Chronicles,” recently mentored Riley Pearce, an aspiring author, and shared advice about writing as part of an … more
Community Concerns

Be A Hero—Mentor A Child

(NAPSI)—Helping to turn a young life around may be simpler than many people realize. That’s because you can volunteer to be a mentor, share your life with a child and make a real … more
Spotlight On Health

One Family’s Incredible Journey To Wellness

(NAPSI)—Standing up to cancer can be one of the toughest challenges anyone has to face—but as one Portland family discovered, it can also be rewarding. At age 3 months, Greta was … more
Safety Sense

Together, We Can (And Must) End Family Fire

(NAPSI)—Our greatest treasures are our loved ones. Many a sermon has emphasized the importance of children, siblings and parenting. These are gifts from God, and more valuable than anything … more
America's Heroes

A Lasting Tribute To American Soldiers

(NAPSI)—More than 30 million Americans have served in the United States Army. If you or someone you care about is among them, you can now order a personalized, commemorative brick that will be … more
School News & Notes

What You Can Do About ‘Education Deserts’

(NAPSI)—The U.S. Department of Education reports that nearly 57 million children will go to shool in America this year. Some of them live in what are known as “education deserts,” … more
Girl Scout News & Notes

Girls: Our Time Is Now

(NAPSI)—No Straw November was officially recognized by the California State Legislature largely because of me, a teenage girl who stood up for what I believe in. Here’s how Girl Scouts … more
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