Reporter : Collie Lane

Coldplay Performs On NBC's 'Today'

Pregnancy  5 December '16

Pregnancy At 44: Savannah Guthrie Will Give Birth To Her Second Child At The Age of 44, Her ‘God’s Greatest Embrace’

Savannah Guthrie is very grateful she will have two kids soon, as she awaits her second so, though she entered motherhood so late. She thought of having babies later in life was the “greatest embrace of God.”

Health Care Activists Offer Free Health Screenings In Los Angeles

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

3 Leading Companies In Technology Community Develop Smart Technologies To Prevent Diabetic Epidemic

When a person has diabetes, she/he consistently checks her/his lifestyle, sugar levels, diet and keeping record of all that can be both difficult and inconvenient. Luckily, technology can now help.

Owen Suskind Talks About Autism, Finding His Voice With Gilbert Gottfried

SPED Kids  5 December '16

Child With Autism Got Reconnected To His Family And World Through Obsession With Disney Movies

Child with autism who lost his verbal and social skills after diagnosed with regressive autism has regained back his voice and self after watching repeatedly Disney movies. The child lost his motor and speech skills when he was two but was able to get back through watching Disney movies.

The Youngest Self Made Millionaires

School Age  5 December '16

Business-Minded Teenager Sells Personally Grown Christmas Trees To Pay College Fees

A 16-year-old teenager from Somerset sells one Christmas tree for £20 from his dad’s field which he started planting at the age of 9 to pay for his college fees. Now he can pay for his school fees.

Lewis Road Creamery's New 'Breast Milk' Comes Under Scrutiny With Breastfeeding Advocates

Infant  5 December '16

Five Odd Things That Happen To Nursing Moms When They Breastfeed

Strange and awkward things can happen when mom is breastfeeding. These include breast involution, milk leaking during sex, afterbirth pains, breast engorgement and breastfeeding even after breast has been surgical operated.

Boss gives back to devoted employee by buying her a car

Health/Nutrition  5 December '16

Cancer Survivor Employee Who Never Missed Day Of Work Got New Car From Boss

A cancer survivor and hardworking daycare employee got a new car from her boss. It is her reward for being loyal and hardworking despite her condition. Now she never comes to work late.

Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show with Trevor Noah'

Toddler  2 December '16

Why Trevor Noah Compared President Donald Trump’s Mind To A Toddler

Comedian and TV host Trevor Noah shares on his show “The Daily Show” his realizations about the way President Donald Trump behaves. He said that the president might have the mind like that of a toddler.

Anti-Trump Protesters Continue To Demonstrate Across The Country

Teens/Young Adults  2 December '16

Democratic Presidential Teenage Elector Joins National Movement Against President Donald Trump

A 19-year-old Clinton elector from Vancouver, Washington state said she’s joining a nationwide effort in an attempt to deny and contradict the presidency of Donald Trump in the Electoral College. She announced her joining last Wednesday.

University Of California Students Protest 32 Percent Fee Hike

School  2 December '16

Beware Student Loan Debtors! Here Are Some Common Tips To Manage Student Loans That Can Actually Flop

Parent Herald identified three ways common tips on how to manage federal student loans that can actually fail. These are consolidating students, shifting to income-based repayment plans and prioritizing student loans.

Autism Speaks: World Focus on Autism 2016

SPED Kids  2 December '16

Breakthrough In Autism Spectrum Disorder Study Sheds Light To Possible Treatment

A newly conducted study showed another breakthrough in understanding autism spectrum disorder. This milestone brought forth new hopes of treatments in the near future.

Relentlessly bullied teen kills herself in front of her family

Teens/Young Adults  1 December '16

18-Year-Old Teenager Shoot Herself In Front Of Her Family, Teenager Victim Of Cyberbullying

A Texas family is pleading for help in search of the people responsible for cyberbullying 18-year-old Brandy Vela who took her own life last Tuesday. The teen committed suicide after she was persistently cyberbullied.

Smokers To Pay More For Cigarettes As Tobacco Tax Increases

Health/Nutrition  1 December '16

Cigarette Smoking Now Banned In All Public Housing Developments, New Regulation Announced By US Government

To lessen the contact of people to secondhand smoke, the US officials have banned cigarette smoking in all public-housing facilities. Usage of any tobacco products in public living complexes is strongly prohibited.

Austin Harrouff breaks silence on TV show

Teens/Young Adults  1 December '16

Cannibal Frat Boy Austin Harrouff Searched About Selling Soul To The Devil Prior To The Florida Couple Murder, Investigators Say

Investigators revealed some search subjects from Austin's computer prior to the killings. The search queries range from the creation to the illuminati.

Violence Continues To Plague Chicago, 40 Shootings Over Weekend

Toddler  1 December '16

Parenting 101: Mom Shares How She Talk To Her Kid About Death

Explaining death to children can be very troublesome for most parents. However, talking about it openly and honestly will greatly help them clearly understand and know what is going on.

Rally At New York's City Hall Celebrates Public Breastfeeding Law

Pregnancy  1 December '16

How Breastfeeding Can Affect The Look And Feel Of Nipples

Breastfeeding can affect the look and feel of nipples in three ways. Nursing newborn babies can cause nipples sore, cracked, stretched and breast infections. Knowing these ways can reduce worries about the size or shape of nipples after breastfeeding.

Research Into Cancer Conducted At The Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute

Health/Nutrition  30 November '16

Secret Lives Of Human Cells Can Make A Breakthrough In Human Lives, A Nonprofit Research Group Suggests

Glowing human cells do not just entertained the scientists but gave hope in yielding to a breakthrough in cell stem technology.

New York City Hosts First Annual Disability Pride Parade

SPED Kids  30 November '16

Mom Of Child With Down Syndrome Encourages Parents Of Children With Same Condition To Celebrate Their Babies

After Chris and Carissa had a child with Down syndrome, it has become their advocacy to celebrate infants with Down syndrome. Today, they are celebrating together with so many parents with kids who Down syndrome.

Senator Dick Durbin Tours New Healthy Lunch In Schools Program

Health/Nutrition  30 November '16

Health and Wellness Update: What Will Trend in 2017?

More and more people are getting into the path of a healthier lifestyle. That is why wellness and fitness experts are excited to share what these health-conscious people can look forward as the next year starts.

Lysol 2016 Back To School Uninvited 'Germ-mates' Science Fair

School  30 November '16

‘I am a better teacher because parenting helps me’: Professor Shares How Parenting Has Helped Her Become Better Educator

Bethany Lee finds parenting very helpful in her work as associate professor of English in Westville. Lee said parenting helped her became a better professor.

Is ‘Sharenting’ A Growing Problem On Social Media?

Family Life  30 November '16

Is It Safe To Post Too Much Details Of A Child Online? Beware Of Sharenting

As technology continues to rise, a parental occurrence termed as “Sharenting”, where parents post and share online too many details regarding their children have become widespread online. Risks involved in this parental phenomenon include identity theft and digital kidnapping.

NLCS - Chicago Cubs v Los Angeles Dodgers - Game Four

News  30 November '16

Ashton Kutcher And Mila Kunis’ Preparations For Their Second Bundle Of Joy

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are not first-time parents and so having a baby the second time is not a hassle for them. They have learned well from their first time.

How to Become a Foster Parent

Family Life  30 November '16

Increasing Number of Children Under Foster Care Calls for the Need to More Foster Parents

With the growing population, children and babies being transferred to foster homes are also increasing. That is why government agencies are encouraging parents to foster a child not just for their personal satisfaction but also to be able to help those that are in need.

Colorado Experiments With Liberalization Of Marijuana Laws

Health/Nutrition  29 November '16

Medical Marijuana New Hope: Floridians Dismayed and Disappointed, Pleaded for Better and More Effective Medical Services

Medical services in Florida are still not getting better. Kim Muszynski, mother of Abby, a 5-year-old girl who was diagnosed with congenital brain defects and microcephaly, shared her story and how she found the cure for her daughter’s illness outside her own state.

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