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  • Boston Herald stoops to dissing Michelle Obama on boxed macaroni and cheese ban
    Boston Herald stoops to dissing Michelle Obama on boxed macaroni and cheese ban
    How low will the Boston Herald go to get readers? BH writer Tom Shattuck stooped to dissing First Lady Michelle Obamafor banning boxed macaroni and cheese. But wait. It can go lower. Shattuck called Mrs. Obama a "food elitist" (that'...
  • Flip Phone
    Free Cell Phone, Minutes and Texts for Low-Income Families in NM and USA
    If your family receives Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, WIC or is enrolled in other assistance programs, you are likely eligible for a free cell phone with free limited minutes and text messages every month. These are not fancy smartphones nor do they have...
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    President announces new college commitments
    President Barak Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama have joined with leaders in higher education to announce new commitments to expand college opportunity. To help more students afford and graduate from college with the skills they need, the...
  • Habitat for Humanity
    Habitat for Humanity to open area's largest Restore Location
    Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando Area ReStore will officially open the doors to its third Central Florida retail facility – the largest in Central Florida – on Saturday, Jan. 18.Located at 1649 Florida Mall Blvd. in South...
  • Minorities and the poor receive delayed thyroid cancer treatment
    Minorities and the poor receive delayed thyroid cancer treatment
    A new UCLA study has found that, compared to Caucasian patients and those in higher economic brackets, minority patients and those of lower socioeconomic status are far more likely to have advanced thyroid cancer when they are diagnosed with the...
  • HRA recruiting for a community associate
    HRA recruiting for a community associate
    New York City’s HRA (Human Resources Administration) Department, is looking to hire one community associate to work in the Business Link Unit. The person will serve as a business development program monitor, working with FIA (Family...
  • youth homicide
    Youth homicide rate at 30 year low
    The homicide rate for youth aged 10 to 24 years in the United States reached a 30-year low in 2010, according to data published in the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)....
  • Breakfast students
    The need for breakfast each morning for students
    Most have heard or used the phrase "breakfast is the most important meal of the day". However, for many students in New Jersey schools; they are unfortunately going to school without that meal. In an effort to help combat against that,...
  • School garden becomes real neighborhood gem
    School garden becomes real neighborhood gem
    Years in the planning, the Sierra Vista Elementary School’s dream of featuring a community garden on their campus became real this fall. In a recent celebration, school principal Jonna AuCoin informed the media and those in attendance, that...
  • Romney
    Romney to America's hungry: An empathetic leader or a political pawn artist?
    In an interview that aired on Sunday’s “Meet the Press", Ann Romney pled her case for seeing her husband as a caring man. “I know that people are suffering right now. And for people to think that we don’t have empathy...
  • Faith, Food Stamps and the Fight Against Hunger (Video)
    Faith, Food Stamps and the Fight Against Hunger (Video)
    As the nation continues to try to find ways to jump-start the economy, more and more families have come to depend on the government for assistance in feeding their families.Odyssey Networks takes a close look at poverty in America by undergoing a...
  • Farmers Market
    USDA grant will benefit low-income families and farmers markets
    With such a high population of jobless workers, more families are relying on food assistance programs. Last year in Florida, more than 1.7 million families received food stamps from the Florida Department of Children and Families. Farmers'...
  • In the Weeds
    Have a nutritious New Year
    Many have New Year's resolutions with diets and dropping weight in mind. Why not take your resolutions a little farther and transform your eating habits? There are many resources availble right here in Austin that can help those of you who...
  • Energy Share
    Energy Share Offers Emergency Energy Loans
    Energy Share of Montana is a private nonprofit organization. Their primary purpose is to help Montanans faced with energy emergencies meet their needs and move towards self-reliance. Since its inception in 1982 Energy Share has distributed 10.5...
  • California physicians protest 10% Medi-Cal cut
    California physicians protest 10% Medi-Cal cut
    The California Medical Association (CMA) has announced that it will go to court again to block the latest cut to already miserly Medi-Cal reimbursement rates in that state. According to the CMA, the 10% reduction in provider reimbursement will...
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