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How Andrew Rolfe and the Ubuntu Board Took the Children’s Best Interests First

Jacob Lief had a sudden realization. He was raising a lot of money for his nonprofit, and he was speaking at major events, such as the World Economic Forum gathering in Davos. However, he just wasn’t helping people enough. They were not changing people’s lives. Jacob Lief is the founder and CEO of Ubuntu Education Read the full article

Getting Betsy DeVos in Place to Right the Wrongs in Education

Betsy DeVos has proven that she has what it takes to lead as the Secretary of Education. She has been a philanthropist for as much as 30 years. In the early years of her career in politics she would work for President Ford as a volunteer. During her marriage with Dick DeVos she would also Read the full article

NYC’s Dr. Edward Honig Treats his Heart Patients with Care & Compassion

  Heart disease is the number one cause of death in the United States for both men and women. Every year, there are more than 785,000 people who experience their first heart attack. If you have recently been diagnosed with heart disease, and want to receive the best possible care in the New York City Read the full article

Why Amphivena Therapeutics is Lucky to Have JeanMarie Guenot Leading

  In any business industry, experience and academic credentials have played a part in shaping an individual’s success. It is believed the more an individual has experience, the more he/she has higher chances of leading a company or starting a business. Through work experience, a person’s skills are sharpened thus become easy to read the Read the full article

Genetically Modified Trees Beat Blights and Beetles

Canada is well known for having a massive stock of commercial tree plantings, a fact which has made the country the de facto lumber supplier for much of the the western hemisphere. The northern nation produces many different varieties of temperate hardwood, from deciduous varieties like oak, maple, and ash to evergreen pines and other Read the full article

Ideas for the Best 18th Birthday Party

  There are many different things that go into a great birthday party including the theme, style and decor. Turning 18 can make these decisions even more difficult. You are still pretty young but you are now an adult. So what kind of birthday party ideas could you do?   A Grown-Up Party: You can Read the full article

Students Make Gifts for Veterans in Shop Class

Students who attend a suburban Pittsburgh high school have made a very nice gesture. They wanted to give something back to the brave men and women who have served in the United States armed forces. The students are part of a shop class at Kiski Area High School. They had the idea to make cases Read the full article

New Bamboo Beams Are an Eco-Friendly Building Solution

Old-growth deforestation is widely recognized as one of the most urgent environmental concerns currently facing the planet. The steady, centuries-long practice of culling large trees from tropic equatorial habitats has produced a noticeable deficit in these areas, with some countries retaining less than 20% of their original amount of forest covering.   This has had Read the full article

Compassionate Care Cardiologist: Edward Honig

  Cardiology care is a specialized field that deals with heart health. Many people get a little upset when they hear they should see a cardiologist. Cardiologists evaluate how well the heart is pumping, perform electrocardiograms, assess electric heart rhythm, treat patients with high cholesterol, diabetes and offer nutrition counseling.   In patients who have Read the full article

How Pinterest Is Changing the World of Woodworking

Doing your own woodworking projects can give you a sense of accomplishment and enable you to create something without spending a small fortune on it. Unfortunately, it can sometimes be difficult to feel inspired when doing a new project. This is where the site known as Pinterest comes in handy. Pinterest is a pinning website Read the full article