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This Child Psychiatrist Is Saving Refugees From Trauma
This Child Psychiatrist Is Saving Refugees From Trauma
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Interview
This Child Psychiatrist Is Saving Refugees From Trauma

With the right intervention at the right time, a trauma can be recorded in the memory as non-traumatic and in…

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Essam Daod is a child psychiatrist using a groundbreaking approach to help Syrian refugee children handle their trauma effectively by narrowing in on the key moment that can prevent PTSD in children.

The world news over the past few years has been filled with coverage of the Syrian civil war. Caught in the crossfire of Syrian dictator Bashar Al-Assad and various rebel and terror groups, millions of Syrians have fled…

Catalysts
How This Non-Profit Weaves a Family of Support for Struggling Teens in Baltimore
How This Non-Profit Weaves a Family of Support for Struggling Teens in Baltimore
Catalysts
How This Non-Profit Weaves a Family of Support for Struggling Teens in Baltimore

“Everyone - no matter their age, race, or background - needs a network of supportive relationships to help them thrive.”

“Everyone - no matter their age, race, or background - needs a network of supportive relationships to help them thrive.”

Grandkids on Demand
Grandkids on Demand
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Grandkids on Demand

A new service provides “grandkids on demand.”

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Seniors often need help or companionship - but there might not be anyone to call. Papa is a new service that connects them with college students for help with household tasks, transportation, technology--and companionship.

This allows seniors to maintain independence and stay in their homes rather than assisted living facilities. It also provides college students with a great way to earn extra cash and develop work experience on a flexible…

Sponsored
How The Phoenix Is Fighting Addiction with Fitness
How The Phoenix Is Fighting Addiction with Fitness
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Sponsored
How The Phoenix Is Fighting Addiction with Fitness

Meet the group that is helping thousands of people transform their lives and unlock their potential.

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Meet The Phoenix, the free sober active community that’s using fitness to change how we treat addiction. Scott Strode, the founder, got sober with the help of a gym and wanted to help others with their recovery. Now thousands of people are transforming their lives and unlocking their potential. In doing so they are challenging the stigma around drug rehabilitation by publicly embracing their sobriety and talking about it…

Dispatches
A Zero-Carbon Gas Power Plant Just Came Online in Texas
A Zero-Carbon Gas Power Plant Just Came Online in Texas
Dispatches
A Zero-Carbon Gas Power Plant Just Came Online in Texas

Hey, it works!

By Dan Bier

Hey, it works!

Change Agents
The Violinist Playing for Freedom in Venezuela
The Violinist Playing for Freedom in Venezuela
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Change Agents
The Violinist Playing for Freedom in Venezuela

Venezuelan violinist Wuilly Arteaga has been beaten and arrested, but it hasn’t stopped him from using music to help bring…

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When Wuilly Arteaga, a Venezuelan violin virtuoso, joined protests with just his instrument, he was beaten and arrested. But that hasn’t stopped him from using music to help bring freedom to his country.

Wrong
Is Vitamin C a Total Sham
Is Vitamin C a Total Sham
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Wrong
Is Vitamin C a Total Sham
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In the heart of cold and flu season, it's natural to reach for the Vitamin C. But we may want to think twice. While it has ballooned into a billion dollar business and crystallized as an all-powerful supplement in our collective conscious, countless studies have showed that Vitamin C’s ability to cure is questionable at best, and may even increase your risk for certain diseases. Did we all really get…

Technology
Afghanistan’s First Female Tech CEO
Afghanistan’s First Female Tech CEO
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Technology
Afghanistan’s First Female Tech CEO

Despite getting death threats from the Taliban, Roya Mahboob realized her dream of a successful career in tech.

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As a girl growing up in Afghanistan, Roya Mahboob was offered few opportunities for a life outside the home. Her conservative society had limited options for women and actively discouraged dreaming bigger.

But Roya knew she wanted more. When she went to an internet cafe as a teenager and saw a world outside of her town, she realized technology could be her ticket to the life she dreamed of. Roya…