Students reveal psychological stress, toll on mental health from school shootings
- Ukrayinska Pravda
THURSDAY, 29 SEPTEMBER 2022, 09:14 A car belonging to Olena Shapurova, a collaborator with Russian occupation authorities who had been appointed as the head of the "[Melitopol] department of education", has exploded.
- The 74
Every day after work, veteran English teacher Staci Ely pulls into the parking lot of the Spanish Trail Lodge in Fort Stockton, a small town in far West Texas. She parks right in front of her door in the motor-court style hotel, and settles into a small, recently refurbished room with an en suite bathroom, […]
- HuffPost Life
There's a new COVID-19 shot that targets omicron and its subvariants. But does your protection fade after a certain amount of time?
- American City Business Journals
When it comes to remote work, the leader of one of the largest investment banks in the country told business leaders gathered at UNC he's ready to cancel the Zoom calls.
- The Columbus Dispatch
High-dosage tutoring and increasing time spent in the classroom are needed for Ohio students to dodge an educational disaster, Aaron Churchill writes.
- National Review
David Walrod said that the public school system should monopolize K-12 education in the United States.
- Shadow and Act
Spike Lee Said 'School Daze' Cast And Crew Was Kicked Off Morehouse's Campus Due To Colorism: 'Really Hurtful At The Time'
Spike Lee’s School Daze is hailed by many as a classic, especially within the Black community, but very few people are familiar with the obstacles that Lee endured during the making the film.
Adults who reported that they lifted weights had a lower risk of mortality than those who did not.
34-Year-Old Firefighter with Terminal Cancer Takes Final Ride in Ambulance He Used to Transport Patients
Frank Nunez, whose diagnosis came after doctors discovered tumors in his left lung, held a commitment ceremony with his fiancée before fellow firefighters escorted him home
The talk show host gets candid about mental health in her new memoir.
- NBC News
For at least a decade, the University of Georgia has failed to enroll Black students at a rate proportionate to the state's Black high school students.
- San Luis Obispo Tribune
How Ashlynn Miles’ life spiraled into mental illness and what her family is doing to try to get her long-term care.
The updated figures paint a picture of what is currently plaguing military recruiters in many of the service branches, with a shrinking pool of potential service members available to them.
Dealing With High Cholesterol, or Looking to Avoid It in the Future? Here Are 24 Foods to Watch Out for
If you’re in your 20s or 30s, you probably don't think you need to worry about your cholesterol just yet. But that's a misconception: Actually, cholesterol should be a routine part of your next physical exam: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 30 million ...
- The Hill
The day has finally come — well, almost. After weeks of waiting, the White House appears to be gearing up to forgive the federal student loan debt of millions of Americans after alerting borrowers Thursday about what to expect through the process.
The FDA announced that it will redefine “healthy” when it comes to food labeling. Here’s what that means for you.
- Miami Herald
The baby developed an infection from being born in the Maryland jail cell, doctors determined, according to the lawsuit.
Woman Was Denied a Mammogram at Age 30 — but Ended Up with Stage 4 Breast Cancer: 'I Was Failed by the System'
Philecia La'Bounty felt a lump in her breast but was denied a mammogram due to her age and family history — months later, she found out she had breast cancer that had metastasized
Cases of enterovirus D68, a respiratory virus linked to paralysis, are on the rise in the U.S., according to the CDC. Cases are now increasing after “extended period” low case numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Kansas City Star
Students who did not receive a Pell Grant while in school will receive up to $10,000