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Chuck Bednar for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Regularly eating meals together as a family can provide the social support necessary to help reduce the negative impact that cyberbullying can have on a youngster, according to new research...

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2014-09-01 23:02:44

Narconon Louisiana New Life Retreat is proud to announce that Derek Heiblim is now certified as a Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Instructor. Denham Springs, LA (PRWEB) September 01, 2014 As well as having completed the Non Violent Crisis Intervention Instructor training, Derek is currently pursuing counselor certification in Louisiana. "I have really been able to advance through the CPI training program as well as the Counselor training program." Derek states "and I have...

2014-09-01 23:00:39

NoBullying releases today a comprehensive guide to School Bullying and what bullying could lead to for children - http://nobullying.com/what-can-bullying-lead-to/ London, UK (PRWEB) September 01, 2014 The new school year is upon us and for every parent a new school year could also mean brushing back in with school bullying. It is time for parents and educators to understand what bullying could lead to for children before it is too late, all with NoBullying’s guide to school bullying...

2014-08-31 23:03:47

On August 22, 2014, Not Dead Yet submitted a Disability Rights friend-of-the-court brief in support of the New Mexico Attorney General’s appeal seeking to overturn a district court ruling that the New Mexico constitution contains a right to assisted suicide (Morris v. King, Case No. 33,630, Court of Appeals of the State of New Mexico). Six other national disability rights organizations joined in the brief: ADAPT, the American Association of People with Disabilities, the Autistic Self...

2014-08-29 23:09:39

Sports Conflict Institute Founder, Joshua Gordon, interviews Gary Namie, Research Director of the Workplace Bullying Institute about bullying in sports. Namie clears up a number of issues regarding bullying, including its definition, the line between toughening up a player and bullying a player, and why bullying has been accepted by many sports organizations in the past. Eugene, OR (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 What is bullying and why does it matter in sports? Dr. Gary Namie defines bullying...

2014-08-29 23:06:51

New book “Our X Factor” from Page Publishing author Xavier Van de Lanotte is an electrifying practical guide to success and happiness. Those seeking purpose, joy, and excellence will find the path to their future within the pages of this insightful and well-crafted work of art. (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 “Our X Factor’s” unique three-pronged approach to the subject fosters the quintessential attitudes needed for people to love life and optimize efforts to achieve maximal...

2014-08-29 23:03:08

CADCA applauds President Obama's decision to nominate Michael Botticelli as Director of National Drug Control Policy. Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 Today, Gen. Arthur T. Dean, Chairman and CEO of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA), the nation’s leading substance abuse prevention organization, issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s intent to nominate Michael Botticelli as the Director of National Drug Control Policy: “CADCA...

2014-08-29 23:01:52

KAJ Brothers - Kyle Craicy, Austin Craichy, and Johnny Atys from Orlando Florida, will kick off its End Sex Trafficking Campaign by donating $10,000 to The International Justice Mission. Kyle and Austin's parents are KC and Monica Craichy, Founders of Living Fuel, Inc. Orlando, Florida (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 Formed in 2014, KAJ Brothers is a unique group of young men with talents well beyond their years. Their sophisticated Pop/R&B sound, with beautiful orchestral elements is...

2014-08-29 23:01:40

Harbor Village Florida comments on drug court grad bringing more life to drug court program USA (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 As reported by the Frederick News Post in the article Run For Recovery Started By Drug Court Grad (8/17), a graduate of the Frederick County Drug Treatment Court has found a new way to give back after his own experience with the program. The graduate, Korey Shorb, put together a race called Run For Recovery 5k, which also includes a 1 mile walk. He plans to donate the...

2014-08-29 23:01:39

Harbor Village Florida comments on Substance Abuse Likelihood Affected by Environment, Gender and Genes USA (PRWEB) August 29, 2014 An article entitled How Genes, Gender and Environment Influence Substance Abuse, shared by Science Daily (8/18), explains how genes, gender and the environment that an individual is in affect a man and woman’s likelihood of using drugs. Researchers at Indiana University are taking another look at the fact that men and women perceive the world differently,...

2014-08-28 23:18:00

Owner of StammZelle Product Line Rachel Nguyen Company Vindicated in Defamation Suit Launched Against Vu Nguyen Fountain Valley, CA (PRWEB) August 28, 2014 On August 14, 2014, Orange County Superior Court Judge Sheila Fell ruled in favor of Rachel Nguyen and her company’s product line StammZelle in a defamation suit against Vu Nguyen. During multiple national and local television and radio appearances, Vu Nguyen made disparaging statements and claims regarding Rachel Nguyen, her...


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Chicago police sergeant, Louis R. Vitullo, focused his career in the city's crime lab and eventually because chief microanalyst. He created an organized method by which to collect and analyze evidence in sexual assault cases. The tools necessary to follow this process are all contained together in a standardized kit, originally called a Vitullo kit. Today, they are more commonly referred to as SAEK or rape kits. Louis Vitullo died on January 3, 2006 at Good Shepherd Hospital in...

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Word of the Day
monteith
  • A large punch-bowl of the eighteenth century, usually of silver and with a movable rim, and decorated with flutings and a scalloped edge. It was also used for cooling and carrying wine-glasses.
  • A kind of cotton handkerchief having white spots on a colored ground, the spots being produced by a chemical which discharges the color.
This word is possibly named after Monteith (Monteigh), 'an eccentric 17th-century Scotsman who wore a cloak scalloped at the hem.'
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