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Homes for Convicted Prostitutes Transforming Women’s Lives

Magdalene is a two-year sanctuary for women with a criminal history of prostitution and drug abuse. It provides safety, discipline, and "an unconditional love...
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Mango Moon Yarn: Benefits Nepali Women, Hollywood Stars

Margaret Martin is a Performance Development Specialist and she loves her work. But it is her hobby that brings her life into balance. “Knitting...

Spina Bifida Kids Grow New Bladders with Scientists’ Help

A new procedure pioneered at Wake Forest University in North Carolina has given seven kids new bladders that were grown from the children's own...

Teach a Village to Farm, and Feed them for Life

Sauri, Kenya is the first village to benefit from the Millennium Village Project begun 18 months ago. Based at Columbia University, the program is...

Nation Overcomes Turbulent History; Christian, Muslim Tanzanians Live in Peace

With all the bad news associated with Africa, it is refreshing to read about the successes. Tanzania is a haven of co-existance between two...

A Sure Sign of Spring: Wild Whooping Cranes Return to Wisconsin

Among the signs of springtime these days in central Wisconsin is the arrival of wild whooping cranes on Necedah National Wildlife Refuge and along...
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Lawyer Floats Own Middle East Peace Plan

Josef Avesar, a successful Encino lawyer, has created a plan to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "The concept was intriguing enough to keep 300 Israelis,...
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Punks Against Suicide

A score of punk rock and hardcore bands are touring the country to raise awareness and much-needed cash for the teen suicide hotline, 1-800-Suicide...

We’ve Read the Cover: Now NASA Opens The Book On Mars

The public has seen four rovers scratching the surface of Mars, and two orbiters peering at the red planet. Now with dazzling precision, NASA...
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The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People Are Changing the World

The Cultural Creatives: How 50 Million People Are Changing the World (Hardcover) The researchers who wrote this fascinating book characterize a new group of...

Poor Kids Can Figure Out Computers on Their Own

Children in Remote Villages in India Teaching Themselves to use Computers Instinctively – with No Help from Adults An IT engineer in India was gazing...
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How to Get a Small Business Loan

When I finished writing my Loan Financing Guide for Small Business Owners, I realized that the book is only a small step toward the...

Volvo Pledges Lifetime of New Cars for Heroes

Hope Bevilhymer from West Jordan, Utah, is "America's Greatest Hometown Hero" in the third annual Volvo for Life Awards. Her inspired work in developing...

Blue Butterfly Back From the Brink

The Smithsonian published a feature article in 2005 called Back From the Brink that asserted: "Not every endangered species is doomed. Thanks to tough laws,...

Water for Life

He remembers how the people reacted when he came to drill a well for them. “People just mobbed me and cried.” Willis Miller believes in...
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Staying Healthy (Naturally) is Smart Science

Thousands of Americans wrote to a small, but forward-thinking company to say 'thanks’ for inventing an arthritis treatment that works often when nothing else...
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Positive Earth Facts from 2003

Non-Toxic Products Chemical Specialties Inc. is successfully launching its arsenic-free wood preservative into the commercial marketplace. A mixture of copper and quat -- a commonly...
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Diet Linked to Hyper Kids

A revolution has turned around Central Alternative High School in Appleton, Wisconsin, and its ‘problem kids’, sent there from twelve area schools. Respect, achievement,...
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Whooping It Up! Cranes Return to the East

For the first time in more than a century, whooping cranes will migrate across the skies of eastern North America this fall. It all started...
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Fencing Program Enriches Inner City Kids

Life was frustrating amid the poverty and violence of the housing projects in Newark, New Jersey. So Peter Westbrook’s mother encouraged him to channel...