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Top 10 most toxic zip codes for homeowners
The third annual Environmental Hazards Housing Risk Index from ATTOM Data Solutions, a fused property database, finds about 25% of single-family homes and condos in areas analyzed are located in high-risk zip codes. Read more at HOUSINGWIRE
9 of the world's most amazing trees
Spread among the billions and billions of trees around the world are a few special ones, trees that are, for one reason or another, especially worthy of attenti
Fashion for Women Over 60 — Clothing Advice for Older Women
See our tips on how to be fashionable after sixty. Fashion for women over 60 should be fun! Includes tips on where to find clothes for older women & more!
What is Autism?
Autism is one of a group of disorders known as Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). In 2007, the CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network found that the incidence of ASD in …
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
ELAB FELLOW SPOTLIGHT: Gabor Tankovics (Design & Tech ’15)
Meet Gabor Tankovics: 2016 ELab Fellow & Founder of Dartboard. Gabor was accepted into ELab to develop his initial concept of Dartboard into a operational business, with the goal of reimaginin…
5 Powerful Self-Care Tips for Abuse and Trauma Survivors
by Shahida Arabi, originally posted on Self-Care Haven Being a trauma survivor is a challenging journey, but it is also an empowering one. Trauma acts as the catalyst for us to learn how to better engage in self-care and introduces us to endless modalities for healing and expressing ourselves, enabling us to channel our crisis into our transformation. Most importantly, it gives us access to connect with other survivors who have been where we are. It is in these validating communities that we tend to find the most healing, even outside of the therapy space. Here are some tips I’ve lived by that can benefit the healing journey of those who have been through trauma and abuse 1. Positive affirmations In order to reprogram our subconscious mind, which has undoubtedly been affected by…
How I Can Love the Gospel and the Investigative Judgment at the Same Time
I have two theological confessions to make. The first is that I am madly in love with the gospel. Seriously, I am. As an Adventist, a father and a pastor, the gospel is my everything. Jesus-only is my motto, my passion and my standard. After battling with legalism and perfectionism for many years, the good news of salvation is something that I don’t mess around with. Anything—and I mean anything—that even remotely reeks of human merit makes me recoil with disgust. This “what Jesus did + what I do” stuff gives me the shakes. For me, it’s either Jesus-only or it simply isn’t gospel The second confession I have is this: I love the doctrine of the Investigative Judgment (IJ). There. I said it. The question now is, how? How can I be…
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Veterans Village of San Diego connects with America’s veterans to overcome their homelessness and related challenges, creating lives of dignity and fulfillment. VVSD has served all veterans since 1981 and is dedicated to "Leave No One Behind". Each year, VVSD provides services to more than 2,000 veterans assisting those who have substance use disorders, mental health issues, homelessness, unemployment, legal issues, and more. Currently, there are 39,271 homeless veterans nationwide. With your generous support, we can provide our veterans a safe place and provide the needed assistance to get them out of homelessness. Fight for those who fought for our nation! Here's how you can help: $20 will provide a basic hygiene kit for 1 Veteran…