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Is human life sacred? No, according to Peter Singer, an Australian-born professor of bioethics at Princeton University. Singer's thought is worth taking seriously, since his ideas represent an increasingly acceptable way of thinking about ethical issues...
Tags: Abortion, Christianity, Crimes, Ethics, Social Issues
Weekend Anchor/ReporterIt was a bluegrass music festival in Franklin County to help those with disabilities in our area. It raised money for Unbridled Change, a non-profit center in Boones Mill that uses horses year-round for therapy. This was the third year for the...
Singer and songwriter Holly Williams, the granddaughter of country music giant Hank Williams, knew something big was up when Bob Dylan approached her at a gig several years ago and handed her a handful of song lyrics he wanted her to peruse. "He didn't...
OCTOBER 23 - Click here for a link to The Gift of Time cookbook. OCTOBER 21 - Click here for more information about Halloween Costume shopping ideas from Children's Orchard. - Click here for more information on Jamie's Wish and the KU-KSU tailgate...
CatchItKansas.comOn the fifth day of the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics the competition has been heating up. Athletes from all over the country have descended upon Cessna Stadium at Wichita State University in search of national championships. For many of the...
Work has finished on the CM20 Challenge, a 20-foot adaptive sailboat that accommodates people with a wide range of physical challenges. The boat, made for Challenge Mountain, was christened at the Sunburst Marine area of Harborage Marina in Boyne City at...
Hampton Roads musicians are putting their talent and strength behind an effort to help 8-year-old Jojo Sibert, a young Hampton woman facing a host of serious health problems. Sibert's mom said Jojo was born with spina bifida and is also dealing with...
I am U.S. Navy retired with 22 years active service; also, a Vietnam Veteran with four (4) shipboard deployments to Vietnam waters, known as the combat zone. From Jan. 9, 1962 to May 7, 1975, Agent Orange (Dioxin) was used in Vietnam as a defoliant....
Tribune reporterMaggie Daley, who dedicated herself to children’s issues and the arts while also zealously guarding her family’s privacy during 22 years as Chicago’s First Lady, died a little after 6 p.m. Thursday, more than nine years after she was...
Tags: Xerox Corporation, Health, Arts, John Corbett, Jim Edgar
Some Vietnam veterans who have had or now has diseases brought on by Presumptive Exposure to Agent Orange Dioxin are not alone. Many children of Vietnam veterans conceived during and after the war are also infected by Agent Orange Dioxin. This is the...
Tags: Diabetes, Health, Human Body, Defense, Unrest, Conflicts and War
South Florida's Lissette Garcia represented the Sunshine State in the 2011 Miss USA pageant this month. A medical student in addition to a beauty queen, she eats lots of vegetables (and chocolate) and exercises up to six days a week, sometimes twice a...
Tags: Soups, Foods and Beverages, Health, Vitamin Therapy, Scoliosis
Daily PressFive days a week, Stacey Owens clocks into her job sorting papers. She's one of 10 employees stationed at a conveyor belt, tasked with separating colored paper from white paper so it can be shredded. Owens grabs stapled stacks of paper, puts the colored...
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