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Teenager with Type 1 Diabetes Advocates for the JDRF

Teenager with Type 1 Diabetes Advocates for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Type 1Diabetes controls the lives of over three million Americans. It is a disease that if not monitored carefully can permanently damage vital organs. This disease is extremely difficult for adolescents due to bodily changes they endure during puberty. Kendall Browning, a 13-year-old… Read More

School Counselor’s Perspective on Bullying

Helen Browning, of Land O’ Lakes, Fla., has made a made difference in the lives of students she has come in contact with throughout her 25 year career as a guidance counselor. Although Browning has dealt with bullying issues throughout her career, she feels it is more prevalent than ever before in her recollection. Browning… Read More

Copyrighting Protects What Is Rightfully Yours

STS Fine Art, “Painting Tomorrow’s Memories Today” by S. Thomas Sierak creates figurative pastel works of art, featuring originals, open editions, limited editions and giclee’s. When the artwork is complete, a title is then given. Cindi Sierak, of Spring Hill, Fla., stated, “With technology today, one can now go on-line, submit a form with a… Read More

Electronic Eavesdropping: Shame on You!

“Don’t talk on the phone where people can hear you.” Former National Security Agency (NSA) chief Michael V. Hayden learned a valuable lesson on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013, while aboard an Amtrak train to Newark, New Jersey. Unfortunately for Hayden, he was on a personal telephone call and there was an individual sitting near him by the… Read More