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Being the class valedictorian is notable for anyone. Then there's Lee Alderman, a student with autism, graduating at the top of his class in the nation's capital.... posted on Aug 02 2001, 558 reads

 


Three dozen middle-aged rebels in business suits are gathered for lunch in a conference room on the top floor of the LaSalle Bank building in Chicago. They have come for sandwiches, and for spiritual sustenance, and before long they are floating radical ideas: Work less. Slow down. Stop multitasking. Listen to your heart. ... posted on Aug 01 2001, 904 reads

 


Did you know that 200 residents of the planet Earth have amassed a combined wealth of more than $1 trillion, while 100 million children are living on the streets? The UN's Human Development Index (HDI) reports that 1.2 billion people get by on less than a dollar a day. While the US has the world's highest gross national product, it also has high levels of illiteracy and the highest poverty rate ... posted on Jul 31 2001, 677 reads

 


Having been cut off from pesticides and other farming supplies, Cuban farmers have made the most of their situation and now lead the world in organic farming. ... posted on Jul 30 2001, 579 reads

 


Known as "the hugging saint," Ammachi, from Southern India, spends 15 hours a day spreading love and compassion through her hugs. For the past thirty years, crowds have lined up daily to experience her warm embrace. To this day, it is reported she has hugged over 20 million times.... posted on Jul 29 2001, 794 reads

 


In a national survey of 1,305 employed adults, 13% reported that they or their coworkers had committed an act that they would describe as "desk rage" out of stress or anger, and nearly one in five had quit a job because of stress.... posted on Jul 28 2001, 570 reads

 


When people touch or are in proximity, one person's heartbeat signal is registered in the other person's brainwaves.... posted on Jul 27 2001, 939 reads

 


Thoughts and even subtle emotions influence the activity and balance of the autonomic nervous system (ANS). The ANS interacts with our digestive, cardiovascular, immune and hormonal systems. Negative reactions create disorder and imbalance in the ANS while positive feelings such as appreciation create increased order and balance in the ANS, resulting in increased hormonal and immune system bal... posted on Jul 25 2001, 564 reads

 


Corporations thrive on publicity. One company has found a way to do this while at the same time raising money and awareness for kids in need. Traveling across the country, in a gigantic Kissmobile, Hershey's is raising a significant amount of money for the Children's Miracle Network and children's hospitals along the way.... posted on Jul 24 2001, 841 reads

 


Suicide is now the second leading cause of death among adolescents.... posted on Jul 23 2001, 741 reads

 

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