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Autumn, Charity Miles and Ending World Hunger

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With the coming of autumn you can get some very good scenic workouts. And some Charity Miles! Read More »

College Students Hear Message of Hope from UN Chief

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon holding the famous red cup which symbolizes the movement to provide all children worldwide with school meals. Mount St. Joseph students listed to presentations both at the United Nations and on campus about the importance of school meals in ending hunger and poverty. (photo courtesy of the UN World Food Program)

The Secretary General told a story about growing up during the Korean War. Read More »

The World Needs More School Meals

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Some members of Congress want these budgets made responsibly, and are desperately trying to get the fight against hunger at the top of the foreign policy agenda. Read More »

Health Care is More of What?

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It's difficult to measure spirituality and wellness in a lab, but someone who's experienced it knows how it feels. Read More »

Finding More Than I Bargained For

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Many people today, including some medical professionals, are exploring a more holistic sense of health, one that incorporates factors of the entire person, where our type of thinking influences our quality of living. Read More »

A Profession of Faith (Part 2)

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I was once very religious, but I slowly began to throw off the shroud of belief that had been with me for many years. Read More »

Hometown Heroes: The Deli The Jensen Beach Community Built

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Though Joseph Shakra began Shakra’s Deli 41 years ago, a calamity nearly closed the mom and pop. How a family’s deli was rebuilt by the community. Read More »

Senior Fitness 2013: Hometown Hero, AARP Rep Carole Carson

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Inspired by Carole Carson, future AARP Health Coach, more than 1,000 ordinary people teamed up to lose more than 7,500 pounds of fat within eight weeks. Read More »

Psychiatry 2013: Hometown Hero Mark Goulston

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More female veterans have suffered from military sexual trauma than actual combat trauma, but the resistance by the military to address this has been significant Read More »

Pharmacy 2013: Hometown Hero Suzy Cohen

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Pharmacist and author Suzy Cohen has done what few others do: move outside the traditional parameters of her profession. Read More »