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For this author, being a Christian Scientist isn’t about “applying” Christian Science to problems in his life, but about knowing and understanding God better and living in a way that consistently proves that understanding.

If you feel disrespected by your surgeon, it might be time to find a new doctor. According to a paper published by The Journal of the American Medical Association, patients that receive care from surgeons associated with the highest numbers of patient complaints have a higher likelihood of experiencing surgical complications. Patient and family reports of rude behavior by surgeons is a valuable tool in assessing…

NHTI has a very competitive intercollegiate athletic program that offers student-athletes an opportunity to compete on both the regional and national levels.

Brent Schutte, Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management chief investment strategist, and Jimmy Lee, Wealth Consulting Group CEO, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss if the market could see a big rotation, if the FANG stock reign is over and the state of the economy.

Members of the community came together to fight pediatric cancer, using an obstacle course.

I played three sports in high school, so I was constantly “in season.” During basketball, I was playing club volleyball. During volleyball, club basketball. And then during track season, I did club volleyball again.So it got to be pretty frustrating when I sprained my ankle e...

For my first three years of high school, I felt like a puzzle piece that didn’t fit. I didn’t feel right about where I was, or who I was, either. If my high school was the puzzle, I was the piece that not only didn’t fit—it didn’t even belong. I learned differently than other...

TORONTO, April 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- DoseBiome has announced their new findings that qii, the world's first...

We were sold on this nutty grain even before we realized how fast and easy it is to cook.

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“Hypnotism” might not sound like something you have to worry about. But this teen discovered that understanding and addressing hypnotism is actually the key to effective and quick healing.

Springtime is the land awakening
As we celebrate the arrival of the planting season and prepare for the work ahead, we also mark a season of growth with exciting Land For Good staff transitions.
While two valued members of our team have moved on - Andrew Marshall, our first Education & Field Director, and Rachel Murray, our Connecticut Field Agent - we are excited to welcome new faces to our team! Our new Maine Field Agent, Abby Sadauckas, is a farmer, service provider,…

Last year, the agency had to turn away 319 women and children, but they said this new facility will make all the difference.

MCVP celebrates 40 years with a fundraising gala!
CREATIVE FLAIR COMPLIMENTS OF MACHINA ARTS
FABULOUS FOOD FROM CC&D’S KITCHEN
ADAM ARNONE WILL BE EMCEE EXTRAORDINAIRE
TASTY TUNES BY DJ WOODCHIP
We are ready to celebrate ~ are you?
Purchase your tickets ($50 plus processing) here
or email director@MCVPrevention.org or call 352-3844 X 207

Access the Northwestern Mutual 2017 Annual Report here. Throughout our more than 160-year history, we’ve done what’s right and honored our promises.

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.

Recently a chorus of women around the world lifted their voices on social media to raise public awareness of sexual harassment and assault. Under the hashtag #MeToo, millions have posted their stories of being mistreated because of their sex. Shining a light on this dark corn...

Dodgeball returns! May 20. Get your team together! This is the second dodgeball event! Each tournament will be held in the Y’s Basketball Court from 1-3pm, and is free to members. Suggested donation per team is $20 per tournament, and any funds raised will go to support community strengthening programs at the Keene Y.

First developed in the 1990s, the 10 questions of the Adverse Childhood Experiences test are designed to take a rough measure of a difficult childhood. Finding out your score is easy. Now what?

Come out for a night of fun on Friday, April 27th
Parking Opens @ 5:30pm
Doors Open @ 6:30pm
Show Starts @7:30pm
CAB's Annual Spring Comedy Show is bringing Recycled Percussion to campus! "Since Justin Spencer formed Recycled Percussion in 1995, the band has been unstoppable. Their junk rock music became a national phenomenon week after week during their smash hit performances on America’s Got Talent in 2009. Playing over 4,000 shows and over 400 corporate events in over 15 countries, the group…

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.

NHTI Service Awards
Freshman Service Award - Dana DeMore
Zech DeVits Senior Service Award - Elizabeth Charlebois
Outstanding Community Service Project - Social Science Club
Outstanding Service Organization Award - Alternative Spring Break Club

A rebellious group of about 15 farmers and scientists from around the country are creating the standards for an additional organic certification program that would indicate that a plant had been grown in soil.

Fifteen years ago, Leo Tucker became the first African-American managing partner at Northwestern Mutual. After joining the company as a financial representative in 1991, Tucker quickly rose as a successful member of the South Florida office’s sales force. Now leading the company’s office in Washington D.C., he has become an...

In a tragic role reversal, Michael Mone, an esteemed plaintiff's medical malpractice attorney based out of Boston, is a victim of medical malpractice. Despite his experience in negligent medical care, Mone now finds himself with kidney cancer that is inoperable and terminal. A recent article in the Boston Globe reported that Mone underwent a precautionary MRI scan at a teaching hospital in Boston in 2009 and…

Farm to Institution New England
Posted March 21, 2018
FINE is Hiring Two Summer Interns & One Year-Long Fellow
Do you have a strong interest in food systems, sustainable agriculture, sustainability, environmental management, or public policy? Are you interested in working with a team of food systems professionals who are dedicated to contributing to a resilient food system? We are currently hiring for three temporary positions…

Prosecutors will not be moving forward with a new trial for Christopher Boulais after jurors were not able to reach a unanimous verdict against him.