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Cystic fibrosis takes a toll on lungs and other organs

Have you ever met someone with cystic fibrosis?

Climbing trees can be great exercise . . . and it’s free

Climbing trees can be great exercise . . . and it’s free

Rustle! Rustle! Oh hey I didn’t see you there. Whoops. I am upside down.

Baking can be key ingredient in helping you learn

Baking can be key ingredient in helping you learn

Baking helps you learn, so if you get bad grades in school for math, science, or art — start baking!

Down syndrome: A rewarding challenge for families

Down syndrome: A rewarding challenge for families

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a friend or sibling with Down syndrome?

Cruise ship crew are hard-working, friendly

Do you know what it is like to work on the cruise ship Norwegian Gem?

Being a ‘well-rounded’ student can often mean sacrificing sleep

High school students today are pushed more than ever to be well-rounded individuals.

Taking art is rewarding, relaxing and fun

Innovation, ingenuity and originality are fundamental principles in today’s world.

Uniforms cut down on bullying, make school safer place

You are in school, you are getting bullied because your parents can’t afford to buy the new expensive clothes like everyone around you.

Diversity provides perfect learning opportunity

Diversity provides perfect learning opportunity

Private Catholic school, all girls, and uniforms. Diversity is probably not the first thing that comes to mind.

Laptops would dramatically cut student stress

Imagine carrying only a thin, lightweight computer to school instead of a heavy backpack.

Birth defect is a challenge that can be overcome

Have you ever wondered how it would be to have a birth defect? Do you know what a birth defect is?

Our pets can teach us some important lessons

Our pets can teach us some important lessons

Did you know that pets teach you things?

Cuts in public funding hurting critical research

Recently the government of the United States has cut funding for science programs, going from small-scale programs all the way up to the NASA program.

Movie fails to tell full story of unique WWII heroes

Movie fails to tell full story of unique WWII heroes

It was the greatest art “heist” in history, but when is a heist not a robbery?

Practicing yoga offers participants many benefits

Practicing yoga offers participants many benefits

When you are looking for relaxation and inner peace, a spa day is not the only cure.

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