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After-school programs make a difference for kids, community, group says

A group of young violinists kicked off a summit on after-school programs Friday with a fine rendition of the national anthem.

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Disabled woman denied food, water, and healthcare in a nursing home

A disabled Virginia woman who was being starved at a nursing home there is now getting food and water, but her family and attorneys are sounding the alarm because she is still at risk and not receiving adequate care. Yolanda Bell, sister of Anastasia Adams, contacted Life Legal Defense Foundation (LLDF) on behalf of Adams.

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Don’t divorce: powerful arguments for saving and revitalizing your marriage

Ruth was married to Joel. Sylvia was married to Christopher. The two couples were the best of friends until Sylvia and Joel had an affair. Soon after Ruth discovered the betrayal of her husband of 15 years, Joel.

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Does Marriage Matter for Relationship Supportiveness After Childbirth?

A satisfying and high-quality marriage is associated with greater well-being on a host of social, economic, and health indicators for adults and any children they may have. But marital quality changes over time, especially during the transition to parenthood. Having a child is a life-changing event that produces a lot of stress for new parents. […]

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Save your marriage by doing these 4 things before bedtime

  There is nothing worse than feeling alone when you’re with the person you love. Getting back passion you once felt for one another seems impossible when your daily routine, children and responsibilities have taken over your relationship. But don’t lose hope yet; adding these four things to your bedtime routine could save your marriage:

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Greece’s refugee children learn the hard way

The first day of school. It was supposed to be an exciting, happy time for so many of the 2,500 refugee children now living in camps in Greece. But instead some were met with stone-throwing and nationalist slogans, after far-right demonstrators took issue with the government’s policy to integrate them.

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Preparing to fly with kids with autism

The Arc, a US organization devoted to assisting people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, sponsors a program for kids and their parents that recently took place in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport for the second year.

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Salvador: The city where children fend for themselves on the streets

But he also wanted to show the misery of their lives and to shame Brazil into doing something about the thousands of homeless children in the country that richer Brazilians at the time viewed as little more than pests.

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