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Kid President Robby Novak Cheerful In Spite Of Terrible Disease

By Victor Ochieng Kid President is that charming child who always appears dressed like the President on television shows, films, and videos. While his personality is amazing, he is also reputed for his Youtube videos where he talks about life lessons that touch on the lives of the youth or anyone up for words of […]

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John Witherspoon: The Power of Laughter

Now I know everyone has seen Friday, the movie that has one of my favorite comedians John Witherspoon. His wit and crude humor had my family and me laughing for years, making tough times good and good times better, which is a divine act. For me, laughter is the medicine for depression and many other […]

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KFC Double Down Dog is a Killer Sandwich…Literally

Reported by Liku Zelleke Anyone looking to stick to a diet ought to avoid the newest addition to the KFC menu, the Double Down Dog sandwich. Don’t be fooled by the name, by “sandwich” they mean a hot dog sandwiched between buns made out of chicken. KFC made an announcement on their Facebook page: If […]

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Suboxone Can Save Heroin Addicts’ Lives. Why Won’t We Give It To Them?

The last image we have of Patrick Cagey is of his first moments as a free man. He has just walked out of a 30-day drug treatment center in Georgetown, Kentucky, dressed in gym clothes and carrying a Nike duffel bag. The moment reminds his father of Patrick’s graduation from college, and he takes a […]

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Chirlane McCray talks daughter Chiara de Blasio’s mental health, unveils plans for New York City initiative

In her most extensive comments yet on her daughter’s mental health and drug problems, New York City First Lady Chirlane McCray said Wednesday that her whole way of thinking changed when she first learned of Chiara’s struggles. In a deeply personal speech announcing a new city mental health initiative, McCray said she was stunned to […]

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Texas school district under fire for searching students’ underwear for poop

Here in Gustine, population 457, what happens at the schoolhouse affects nearly everyone. And something happened Monday that is causing a big controversy in this small town. “I felt uncomfortable, and I didn’t want to do it,” said 11-year-old Eliza Medina. “I felt like they violated my privacy.” Parents in Gustine, Texas want answers after […]

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Baltimore woman, 56, dies after delivering twins she waited years for

A gifted Baltimore woman is dead just days after giving birth to twins at age 56. Lisa Swinton McLaughlin, the medical director for the American Red Cross in Baltimore, spent more than 10 years trying fertility treatments before finally conceiving last year with her husband, Michael. Her pregnancy was mostly uncomplicated, save for gestational diabetes, […]

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Measles continues to spread in California, now is in Illinois

Thirty babies have been placed under home isolation in Alameda County after possible exposure to measles linked to a holiday outbreak at Disneyland last month. Officials with the Alameda County Public Health Department asked the parents of the infants to keep their children at home to avoid further exposure to the contagious illness, department spokeswoman […]

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Blood bank begs New Yorkers for donations after losing 3,000 units due to storm

New York Blood Center won’t be receiving an estimated 3,000 scheduled donations due to Winter Storm Juno. It’s the largest single loss since Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Volunteers presiding over individual drives began canceling blood drives for Monday through Thursday yesterday before the storm hit. Later, NYBC decided to officially cancel any remaining drives and […]

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DEATH BY OVERDOSE: Utah parents who feared end of the world fatally drugged their kids, then killed themselves

In the Springville home where Benjamin and Kristi Strack and three of their children were found dead on Sept. 27, no note was found to explain the murder-suicide. In a notebook, a “to-do list” had been scribbled on the pages, Springville police revealed at a press conference Tuesday. The list looked as if the parents […]

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