102 results total, viewing 1 - 20
News Of Health

Ed’s Story—Everyone With ALS Counts

(NAPSI)—Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is a fatal neurological disease that attacks the nerve cells. It first gained national attention as Lou Gehrig’s disease, named after the famous … more
Environmental News And Notes

Mutt Mulligan, TurfMutt Spokesdog, Celebrates Adoptaversary, Her First Year Wearing The Superhero Cape

(NAPS)I—Outdoor learning experiences, stewardship of green spaces, and care for all living landscapes, is the aim of the TurfMutt Foundation, now celebrating the one-year “adoptaversary” of its … more
Pets & People

From the Creator & Star of CHEATERS, Tommy Habeeb, “To The Rescue”: Saved Dogs and Their Grateful Families, Airs Weekly on Saturdays

(NAPSI)—The heartwarming stories of abandoned dogs and the grateful families who save them are documented in the half-hour weekly syndicated docu-series “To The Rescue.” Airing nationwide, the … more
Veterans News And Notes

Family Caregivers Of Veterans Eligible For Free Professional Help

(NAPSI)—The Elizabeth Dole Foundation and U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs have launched an emergency respite care fund for the family caregivers of wounded, ill, and injured veterans. The … more
Business News And Notes

Supporting Workers’ Mental Health

(NAPSI)—The challenges brought to daily life by the COVID-19 pandemic have spurred many businesses to consider ways they can support employees’ mental health.  For help, businesses can … more
Technology Improving Lives

Helping People With Hearing Loss Connect

(NAPSI)—If you or someone you care about is among the 48 million Americans who experience hearing loss, here’s some news for you.   Access to communication is especially vital during … more
America's Heroes

Upcoming National Museum To Honor All Soldiers

(NAPSI)—If you or someone you know is a soldier, Army veteran, Army family member or other proud military supporter, you can become a permanent part of history at the National Museum of the United … more
Children's Health Update

Foster Care And The Pandemic

(NAPSI)—Recent surveys of youth in foster care found nearly half (49%) expressed an immediate resource need during the COVID-19 pandemic—and you can help reverse that. Distance Learning Access … more
Veterans News & Notes

DAV Provides a Century of Care for Disabled Veterans

(NAPSI)—From a World War I veteran who lost both legs to a Vietnam vet suffering the effects of Agent Orange to a young Marine with post-traumatic stress disorder finding her way after returning … more
Food Facts

Feeding A Global Need: Youth Hunger And Malnutrition Continue To Grow

(NAPSI)—According to the United States Department of Agriculture, in the U.S., more than 12 million children receive free or reduced-price breakfast at school, and more than 29.7 million get lunch … more
Men's Health

Every Young Man Should Know About This Type Of Cancer Prevention

(NAPSI)—Young men and those who care about them should consider the story of Max Mallory. At 22 he graduated from college and started his dream job in the video game industry. He landed the job … more
Pointers For Parents

Schools, Parents And COVID-19

(NAPSI)—K–12 education has gone through a seismic shift in the wake of COVID-19. Parents are finding themselves thrust into homeschooling, and educators, into virtual schooling. EdChoice, a … more
Health & Well-Being

‘Breathe Easier’ Healthcare Donation Program

(NAPSI)—Healthcare workers on the front lines of the pandemic are in desperate need of creative solutions to the lack of personal protective gear and supplies that help block harmful airborne … more
Health And Well-Being

As World Faces Health Crises, New Report Finds Trust Is Vital

(NAPSI)—Recently, health experts gathered online to forecast the future of medicine. One theme: the increasing frequency of global crises.  Now, COVID-19 has brought this hypothetical threat … more
News Of Older Americans

Shoppers Save Big On Groceries With Healthy Savings® Powered By AARP Foundation

(NAPSI)—Good nutrition is important at any age. But for older adults on a tight budget, regular access to nutritious foods can be limited—and expensive. A new program aims to change that by … more
Health Matters

How Communities Can Fight The Coronavirus Pandemic And PPE Shortage

(NAPSI)—As devastating as Corona­virus (COVID-19) is, there are some bright spots. Consider this: With healthcare workers facing critical shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE), … more

That Was Me

It wasn’t long ago that I was spending most of my days at Boys and Girls Clubs, just like her. Or just like him.I didn’t realize back then how crucial it was for Boys and Girls clubs to have the … more
News For Older Americans

Hints To Help You Stay On The Road To Safe Driving

(NAPSM)—For many older adults, retaining the ability to drive is very important. It means independence and makes it easier to do shopping, see friends and family, and keep medical appointments. … more
Education News And Notes

Educators and Researchers Working Together to Improve Teaching Practices

(NAPSI)—A great education can have a transformational impact on a student’s life. And every student—not just a lucky few—deserves to get an education that enables them to reach their full … more
Children's Health Update

Children’s National to Make March Matter for Children in the Hospital

(NAPSI)—This month, kids across the region will enjoy playing sports, spending time with friends or traveling for family vacation on spring break. Sadly, hundreds of other children will remain in … more
1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 Next »