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Child Development (INACTIVE)

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  • Poorer are More Obese, Study Finds

    Poorer are More Obese, Study Finds
    The smaller the paycheck, the bigger the belly, say many researchers who study poverty and obesity. It might seem like a paradox, but not having enough money for food doesn't mean the poor are skinny. The opposite appears to be true: The lower-income are...
  • 'Today is another milestone'

    Cheers and screams echoed through the massive Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Church on Saturday morning as 72 Bellarmine-Jefferson High School graduates gathered for the last time as senior classmates. Donning white and blue caps and gowns, the high...
  • They'll be missed

     They'll be missed
    When Paul Renfrow arrived as the new varsity baseball head coach at his alma mater, Marina High, in the fall of 1983, he was surprised to find that the school didn't have a baseball field. Worse yet, one did exist, but he couldn't find it. "It was...
  • Our Laguna: League is leader in providing help

    Wednesday was Graduation Day at the Assistance League of Laguna Beach Chapter House. Five babies were garbed in caps and gowns for the ceremony, which celebrated the completion of the Early Intervention Program, or EIP, for developmentally delayed...
  • Where were the questions about New Horizons?

    The financial troubles of New Horizons Family Center have been well documented, exposing a major weakness at City Hall, where the nonprofit enjoyed a seemingly favored status in asking for money to help fund ambitious expansion plans. No one can deny...
  • Three Houston Texans Invited to 2011 Pro Bowl

    Three Houston Texans Invited to 2011 Pro Bowl
    The NFL announced Tuesday that three Houston Texans players were named to the 2011 AFC/NFC Pro Bowl. Houston wide receiver Andre Johnson and fullback Vonta Leach were named starters. Running back Arian Foster was selected as a reserve. All three will be...
  • Mary Immaculate parenting class earns high marks

    Mary Immaculate was selected to participate in a study of the Adults and Children Together (ACT) Parenting Program offered by the American Psychological Association. The parenting program aims to educate parents and reduce violence against children....
  • All NYC Schools Open; Hundreds Other Schools, Colleges Closed

    All NYC Schools Open; Hundreds Other Schools, Colleges Closed
    All New York City public schools are open Wednesday, despite Mayor Michael Bloomberg's declaration of a weather emergency for New York City due to the overnight snow storm. New NYC School Chancellor Cathie Black made the announcement at 5 a.m. and stated...
  • Several Schools Delayed, Closed Tuesday Due To Winter Storm

    Several Schools Delayed, Closed Tuesday Due To Winter Storm
    Several schools are delayed or closed Tuesday due to the wintry mix of rain and snow that will continue to fall in the Tri-State Area into the afternoon. The New York City area is excepted to receive about 1- to 3-inches of accumulation before the...
  • Hundreds Of Schools Delayed, Closed Due To Friday Snow Storm

    Several schools have delayed openings or are closed Friday due to the snow storm that is passing through the Tri-State area. The winter storm is expected to end Friday morning, leaving slick roads and between 2- to 5-inches of snow. New York City public...
  • New CEO hired for autism nonprofit

    COSTA MESA — Talk About Curing Autism has hired a new chief executive with more than 20 years of nonprofit experience. The Costa Mesa-based nonprofit hired Janine Ingram to replace founder Lisa Ackerman to oversee its national fundraising operation...
  • NYC Public Schools Closed; Hundreds Other Schools, Universities Delayed or Closed

    NYC Public Schools Closed; Hundreds Other Schools, Universities Delayed or Closed
    All New York City public schools are closed Thursday, as well hundreds of other schools and universities have a delayed opening or are closed. NYC Schools Chancellor Cathie Black announced the city-wide school closure just before 5 a.m., as 10- to 12-...