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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…
Sports Injuries: How to Avoid Them and Replacement Activities
Don’t let sporting injury wreck your fitness habits. Just find a new activity that doesn’t aggravate your new condition
Gender Inequality and Female Empowerment: A Guide To Global Issues
In this Global Citizen guide to global issues, find out more about female empowerment and gender inequality. Girls and women are essential to building health...
Drinking and Driving Prevention PSA
Boys and Girls Club celebrates 100 years with flash mob
Children from the Boys and Girls Club broke out into a flash mob Saturday surprising shoppers at Crown Center.
Wrapped up in Science: Top 50 Science Toys for Mighty Girls
A Mighty Girl's top picks of science, math, and programming toys for curious Mighty Girls from toddlers to teens.
Here's how to get your children feeling good about maths
‘I was never any good at maths’ attitude towards the subject needs to change, writes Sheila Donegan, who says maths is an important part of life.
Group hopes to build park in East St. Louis to keep kids out of trouble
A non-profit is busy fundraising to turn a muddy field into a park to give young people in East St. Louis something to do.
Calling Girls This Word May Seem Harmless — But Why Are Boys Never Called It?
Here's the one word you should strike from your vocabulary today.