With updated national school nutrition standards, and the increased availability of fruits and vegetables, parents are happy to know that students are selecting healthier school meals.
Donald Trump Says He'll Bring Back Coal. Here's Why He Can't
Scrapping environmental regulation is not enough to save the industry
These Nightclub Entertainers Paved The Way For Asian-Americans In Showbiz
Forbidden City was part of a Chinese-American nightclub scene that flourished in 1940s and '50s San Francisco. But between racial taunts and scandalized parents, its performers didn't have it easy.
Why Independence for Ukraine’s Orthodox Church Is an Earthquake for Putin
On September 7, Ukraine inched closer to a globally recognized international church. That day, Constantinople Patriarch Bartholomew I placed Ukraine under the canonical jurisdiction of US Archbishop Daniel of Pamphilon and Canadian Bishop Ilarion...
KHF launches new literacy campaign "Can't Wait to Read"
The Kansas Health Foundation is committed to improving the health of all Kansans, and envisions a culture in which every Kansans has the opportunity to make healthy choices where they live, work and play.
Resources for Nurses Affected by Hurricane Harvey
Posted by: Nadia Tamez-Robledo Harvey. Check back for updates as more information is added UPDATE 8/31 The Texas Board of Nurse Examiners is issuing waivers for out-of-state nurses to volunteer. Please visit their website for more information: www.bon.texas.gov/hurricaneharvey.asp DWC bulletin and webpage offer resources after the storm Worker's Compensation Commissioner, Ryan Brannan, has issued a bulletin with guidance on workers' compensation matters in response to Hurricane Harvey and flooding in Texas The Division of Workers' Compensation has also launched a hurricane resource webpage with helpful information for injured employees, carriers, and health care providers affected by the storm. City of Houston Information Line: 3-1-1 Evacuation Assistance: 2-1-1 Coast Guard Rescue: (281) 464-4851, 4852, 4853 Legal hotlines…
How Black Artists, Dealers, and Collectors Are Boosting the Careers of Their Younger Peers
A new generation is using their wealth, access, and resources to open spaces and create market and institutional opportunities for their black peers.
43 Names Added to the Battery Park City Police Memorial Wall
Police Commissioner James O’Neill, Mayor Bill de Blasio, NYPD members, and loved ones gathered in Battery Park City to honor 43 fallen NYPD heroes as...
$20 million bequest creates new fund at The Community Foundation
James M. Frye was not a wealthy man when he retired from Philip Morris in 1988, but he was a savvy investor whose fortunes grew into a $20 million bequest
Yun Hang Hu Wins Both Research Award and Bhakta Rath Award
Yun Hang Hu won the 2017 Michigan Tech Research Award. He was also selected for the Bhakta Rath Award with his PhD student, Wei Wei.