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  1. Sheffield students enjoy MP's Big ConversationRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | Sheffield Star

    More than 100 teenagers from the technical college took part in the session which was part of the Sheffield Central MP's Big Conversation initiative. They asked him how he got into politics, about his early involvement in the anti-apartheid movement, the future of engineering and his views on economic growth.


  2. This Fox News Headline Is Sly As A FoxRead the original story w/Photo

    7 min ago | Israellycool

    While progressives love to hate Fox News, the pro-Israel crowd generally finds Fox less aggressively hostile to the Jewish State. That doesn't mean that Fox is snow white when it comes to choosing page views over truth.


  3. Independent Living Systems Approved by ACAP as a Preferred VendorRead the original story w/Photo

    8 min ago | Business Wire

    Independent Living Systems has achieved Preferred Vendor status with the Association for Community Affiliated Plans . ILS is the first company to be selected as a Preferred Vendor for ACAP's newly created categories of Nutrition and Dual Eligible - Care Management.


  4. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    9 min ago | Daily Star

    Charlotte Hawkins was a young attractive woman with long golden locks, but a disfiguring condition has left her with bumps all over her skin. When she discovered a lumpy patch of skin at the bottom of her back, she could never have predicted the devastating outcome.


  5. Franchise Players: A Franchising Power Couple on Making Tough DecisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Entrepreneur Magazine

    ... reward, the sense of accomplishment as a team and business owner, and the (hopeful) legacy it provides you for your family. Finding a good work/life balance while pursuing that can be challenging. The business can completely consume all of your ...


  6. National Debt Relief Explains Personal Finance For ChildrenRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Hispanic Business

    ... parents impart these money lessons should be appropriate to their age. The article highlighted one extraordinary family that are earning a lot from making and sharing online videos which stars children. As their Youtube channel is earning millions, ...


  7. Antibiotics Linked to Childhood ObesityRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | WILX-TV Lansing

    New research suggests some types of antibiotics taken before the age of two ...may be linked to an increased risk of childhood obesity. Researchers looked at the antibiotic use of children from birth to 24 months ... then followed up at the age of five.


  8. CDC probing cases of virus-related paralysis in childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | WTAX-AM Springfield

    U.S. health officials are investigating at least 10 cases of children in Colorado who developed limb weakness or paralysis after testing positive for a respiratory virus, state health officials said on Monday. Of the 10, four children tested positive for Enterovirus D68 , a virus that is causing severe respiratory infections in 40 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.


  9. Timeline: Police say Tutkos had long history of neglecting childrenRead the original story w/Photo

    12 min ago |

    Harrisburg police filed criminal homicide charges Monday against Kimberly A. Tutko and Jarrod N. Tutko Sr., saying their neglect caused the death of their 9-year-old son, Jarrod Jr. That death, however, on Aug. 1 in the family's Harrisburg home, followed years of contact between the Tutko family and children and youth services in two states that law enforcement authorities say reveal a pattern of neglect of their children by the Tutkos. 1993: Schuylkill Children and Youth Services records reflect an "Indicated finding of abuse" against Kimberly Tutko related to an incident with an older child from a previous marriage.


  10. An hour of physical activity a day helps kids think better, study saysRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | Cape Cod Times

    Here's another reason to get your kids off the couch and make them run around instead: It will help them think better.


  11. New group fights cellphone towers on school propertyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 min ago | The Washington Post

    A new group, made up of residents and activists from across Maryland, has formed to help Prince George's County residents who are fighting the county school system's plan to build cellphone towers on school property. The Maryland Coalition Against Celltowers on School Grounds is the most recent evidence of a coordinated effort by those who oppose the construction of the towers.


  12. When it goes too farRead the original story

    15 min ago | Recorder

    I stood frozen in a parking lot one day as a middle-aged woman screamed at a child she was extracting from a car seat. What to do? My stomach churned.


  13. A haunting past: - The garbage is buried inside'Read the original story

    15 min ago | Buenos Aires Herald

    "How could this be possible? The Jews - the people of my religion and my family's religion - who had to flee Europe to avoid being subject to humiliation and under the risk of being assassinated, these Jews were exploiting women of their own religion," said Walter Tejblum, writer and director of Malka, a documentary on the fate of Malka Abraham, a 20-year-old Jewish woman who arrived in Argentina from Romania in 1910 under the false promise of a bright future. Instead, she was forced to work as a prostitute by the Zwi Migdal, a Jewish organization involved in the trafficking and sexual slavery of Jewish teenagers and young women from Eastern Europe.


  14. The Where's Wally Fun Run is coming to Birmingham for the first time in 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    17 min ago | IcLichfield

    England cricketer Jonathan Trott calls on people to take part in National Literacy Trust's charity event in Cannon Hill Park The Where's Wally Fun Run is coming to Birmingham for the first time in 2014 in a bid to boost reading levels in the city. The National Literacy Trust's fundraising run will take place in the city on Saturday, October 4, and organisers are urging local people to sign up and be part of the event.


  15. In a Halloween Match-up, the 60+ Generation Does Trick-or-Treating BestRead the original story

    21 min ago | Business Wire

    Do you know the tricks for the best Halloween treats? The 60+ generation certainly does, according to the results of the National Confectioners Association's new national survey. Of all demographic age groups surveyed, the 60+ population is the most likely to hand out candy and the least likely to run out in a season expected to reach $2.5 billion in confectionery sales.


  16. Playful Education In The Age Of Video Games, Binary Thinking, And Social MediaRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago |

    I am full-time father of two little boys. I teach in Temple University's Intellectual Heritage Department.


  17. Barnes & Noble Announces Free October Storytime LineupRead the original story

    24 min ago | Business Wire

    Barnes & Noble, Inc. , the nation's largest retail bookseller and the leading retailer of content, digital media and educational products, today announced its October lineup of free Storytime events for children and families, all designed to celebrate the joy of reading, creativity and fun. The events center around the popular children's books The Book with No Pictures by B.J. Novak; Dr. Seuss' Horton and the Kwuggerbug; Click Clack Boo!: A Tricky Treat by Doreen Cronin and illustrator Betsy Lewin; and the October Storytime en EspaA ol for Hispanic Heritage Month, Pio Peep! .


  18. FSF Awards - Vote For Your Latics FavsRead the original story

    25 min ago | Vital Football

    The Football Supporters Federation Awards for 2014 are looming and to make them be the true fans awards the FSF are asking for nominations in a variety of different areas. Last year saw some amazing people get what they truly deserved and that is because it was the paying football fan that made the choices and did the voting.


  19. '90s horror king screams back to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | CNN

    R.L. Stine's "Fear Street" series for teens has always been a favorite with fans, who are pretty attached to the book covers, too. Here are some top covers, according to the official R.L. Stine fan forum , along with some of his thoughts on terrifying teenagers.


  20. Why These 8 Jobs Are Risky ChoicesRead the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | Wall St. Cheat Sheet

    Work hard to achieve good marks in grade school, participate in extracurricular activities, attend college, and strive for an excellent GPA - these are all things your parents, teachers, coaches, and family members may tell you throughout your life to help lead you on the path to a successful career. "You can be whatever you want to be, as long as you work hard," and "the sky is the limit" are things you may hear from your loved ones, and these motivational words are true - to some degree at least.