Alan Lawrence Wants to Put a Positive Face on Downs Syndrome
Posted on : 04-16-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
Alan Lawrence of Paradise, Utah learned in October 2013 that his fifth child, William, would be born with Down syndrome. The Lawrences were shocked because this would be their first experience with Downs. Alan found the news very hard to take. He found himself having crying fits and grieving Wil’s disability. Mr. Lawrence began to feel better when his wife told him that Wil could turn out to be an asset for the family. The new baby was going to be a growth experience for the couple who needed to…
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UK Tabloid Site Discovers Large Percentage of Hillary Clinton’s Twitter Followers are Fake
Posted on : 04-16-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
In the United States, Twitter has become a bastion for left wing and liberal minded individuals. It is a logical extension of Barrack Obama's successful use of the social networking site to capture the presidency back in 2008. As such, it behooves any candidate, especially Democrats, to establish a strong presence in Twitter. For Hillary Clinton, a large following in Twitter is yet another sign of the health and strength of her campaign juggernaut. Thus far, Mrs. Clinton touts over 3.6 million followers on Twitter. While that is only a…
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Enjoy Your New Home Within New York City Real Estate
Posted on : 04-15-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
It's well known that New York City is a playground, for the rich and famous, and many great things happen in the city as well. When many people speak of moving to New York, the first place people are thinking of, is New York City, which is a very commonplace for people to want to live. The city is big, beautiful, and full of historical sites, which attract many who are not from the area. Even those that live in New York City, will continue to move around in the…
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Protesters March from NY to DC Against Police Brutality
Posted on : 04-14-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
Several dozen New Yorkers began a march on foot to Washington DC to protest police brutality in the United States and denouncing their "systemic racism." Protesters begin from Staten Island, the New York district where African American Eric Garner, died last summer, whose case, and others like it, in other parts of the country have generated a strong wave of protests. Sam Tabar (streetinsider.com) has learned that the march, led by the organization New York City Justice League , made stops in various cities and end in the US capital…
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Kindness is Good for Our Health
Posted on : 04-13-2015 By : Samantha Pointer
Recent studies have revealed that being kind is good for our health. Compassionate acts of kindness actually affect the brain in the same way that our human needs for food, water, and sex do. It can make us live longer, and it also improves our over all well being. Compassion causes a chemical release of oxytocin which increases our feelings of closeness and comfort. When this hormone is released it's affects include increases in empathy, closeness and trust. That is why it is frequently referred to as the "cuddle hormone".…
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