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Why you should still care about COVID-19

Watching others lack empathy and understanding can feel like a knife to the heart. Maskless folks inspire feelings of dread and anger. America’s challenge...

News of the Day: COVID-19 deaths reach 1 million

As September comes to a close, COVID-19 deaths surpass 1 million worldwide.  The United States has the highest number of cases and deaths, with now...

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month underscores need for research funding

In 2015, 8-year-old Ty Murray’s hips were uneven. It hurt for him to walk and his left leg was slow growing. Ty was not...

Take a note from Alopecia Awareness Month and celebrate your uniqueness

Kaili Fendrick started her year by doing motivational speaking. Even at just 12 years old, she has the intention to make an impact on...

A friend’s remembrance on World Suicide Prevention Day

Suicide Prevention Week runs September 6 to September 12, with September 10 marking World Suicide Prevention Day. Today, guest writer Megan Concepcion opens up...

A doctor offers family guidance for a Covid-19 world

Across the country, whether class is in-person or online, going back to school has been a whirlwind. Like much of the Covid-19 pandemic, there...

INTERVIEW: One mom’s experience with COVID-19

As a mom of 4, I find myself obsessed with all things related to COVID-19. For months now, I have been panic watching the...

Sweat, but the good kind

A look into the pre-COVID-19 word of Karen McDonald, director of the Debbie Allen Dance Academy The stench of hard work floats through the air...

Top five summertime uses for coconut oil!

The coconut oil craze has lived and fazed out over time. While California and other places around the world prepare to hit our hottest...

Austin Woman Struggles To Find A Bone Marrow Match Because She’s Biracial

Lizzie Tennyson, from Austin, Texas, is in need of a bone marrow transplant but is facing difficulty because she’s biracial. According to Be...

LA Universally Accessible Playgrounds

The City of Los Angeles' Department of Recreation and Parks currently has several Universally Accessible Playgrounds where children of all abilities can...

Racism has devastating effects on children’s health, pediatricians warn

The nation’s largest group of pediatricians warned this week that racism can have devastating long-term effects on children’s health.A...
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