Monthly Archives: January 2011

Hair Today, Here Tomorrow

By Mark Stubis, Human & Environmental Welfare Columnist (HealthNewsDigest) — Here today, gone tomorrow. Unfortunately, when it comes to cancer, the old saying is all too often true. But now a growing number of American men are seeking to change … Continue reading

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Promising Futures Made Brighter: Harlem Students Receive Gift of Books

By Mark Stubis (Originally published by Examiner.com) A new page in the story about the future of New York’s children was written this week when a new library of hundreds of books was donated to the Children’s Harlem Zone Promise … Continue reading

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A Modern Ark of Hope

By Mark Stubis, Human & Environmental Welfare Columnist Jan 10, 2011 – 6:02:00 AM (HealthNewsDigest.com) – Even before Noah and his wife supposedly shepherded two of every species up the wooden gangplank of his eponymous ark, it was clear that … Continue reading

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A New Year’s Parenting Resolution: Trading Torment for a Mentor

(Keaton and his mentor, George) By Qin Sun Stubis When they first arrive in a little bundle, children are helpless, vulnerable and fragile. Their sole lifelines are those who have brought them into this world, and will give them food, warmth, … Continue reading

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