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‘More needs to be done’: over 100,000 New York public school students reported homeless for sixth consecutive year

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across New York More than 101,000 New York City public school students were homeless last year, a 42% increase since 2010, according to data compiled by education advocates. …

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We are here to help | Rowan today

Everyone faces stress and anxiety, but no one has to deal with it alone Dear university community, As some may know, a student died on campus earlier this week. Our hearts go out to family, friends and others who knew this student. We understand that people want information in times …

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Resources, mental health support organizations for veterans

RAPID CITY, SD— For returning veterans, only about 50 percent receive the mental health treatment they may need. Veterans Ceremony at Memorial Park Veterans Ceremony at Memorial Park The National Veterans Foundation reports that barriers preventing veterans from getting help related to mental health issues can range from long wait …

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Emory launches ‘2O36’ fundraising campaign, denies rumor of COVID-19 embezzlement

In anticipation of Emory University’s bicentennial, the school launched the 2O36 campaign on October 22 as the second phase of a fundraising initiative designed to raise $ 4 billion by 2025. Depending on the campaign website, fundraising efforts will focus on student development, faculty eminence and research excellence by “investing …

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World leaders pledge to end deforestation by 2030

Leaders of more than 100 countries, including Brazil, China and the United States, pledged during climate talks in Glasgow on Monday to end deforestation by 2030, seeking to preserve essential forests to absorb carbon dioxide and slow the increase in global warming. The commitment will require “further transformative measures,” the …

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Seniors in the Know: Tips and Tools for Caregivers | Qa

Use financial tools: If you’re managing your mom’s finances, you can make things easier by setting up direct deposit for her income sources and setting up automatic payments for her utilities and other day-to-day bills. Also, consider setting up your mom’s online banking service at her bank so that she …

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Medicaid issues, not Medicare issues, get fixes in Biden budget

WASHINGTON – Medicaid issues are proving a winner on President Joe Biden’s social agenda, even as divisions force Democrats to pause on sweeping improvements to Medicare. Biden’s budget plan released Thursday would fulfill a campaign pledge to help poor people excluded from Medicaid expansion in the South due to partisan …

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Cigarette sales hit a 20-year record – why is the pandemic making us smoke?

Ssome of us have embraced new hobbies, got in shape, watched endless box sets on Netflix, and perfected our baking during the pandemic. But old habits die hard, it turns out that many of us have indulged in our tobacco addiction – according to new sales data that shows cigarette …

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Glenville State College, West Virginia Receives Grant to Support Student Mental Health | VM News

GLENVILLE, Va. (WV News) – Glenville State College is one of several higher education institutions in Mountain State to receive grants from the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission and the Community and Technical College System to improve student mental health. As a recipient of one of the Campus Mental …

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DC-Area Group Has Breast Cancer Resources For Latinas – NBC4 Washington

An organization in the DC area dedicated to helping Latinas affected by breast cancer is hosting a number of events for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Nueva Vida will offer cancer testing and information at Westfield Wheaton Mall in Montgomery County, Md., Until 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Events later this month include …

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