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Reducing Bullying: Why are Americans more successful than Canadians?

Bullying and cyber-bullying is considered the most widespread form of peer aggression in schools. In Canada and the United States there are a variety of laws and programs aimed at protecting students from this type of abuse. 604 more words


Why I'll Be Keeping a First Aid Kit in my Minivan

What a day! It started out foul and ended up just as foul. First, my younger son, Trace is teething. He was up at about 4 a.m. 385 more words

Michigan Red Cross Aiding In Relief Effort In South Carolina

DETROIT (CBS DETROIT) – The National Guard is working with local officials to reinforce dams straining to hold back flood waters in South Carolina, where at least 15 people have died from a massive rainstorm. 218 more words


USC coaches suffer light flood damage

COLUMBIA – There were a few anxious moments for a couple members of the South Carolina coaching staff due to the flood.

Everything turned out fine, however, according Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier. 598 more words

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Bloody biscuits

They’re walking the streets, they’re all over the TV and littered throughout my social feeds. With needles hanging from their arms like a badges of honour and biscuit crumbs spread across their proud smile … I’m sick of blood donors. 307 more words


Local Red Cross volunteers to travel to South Carolina

(WTNH)– The Red Cross has announced that three volunteers from Connecticut are traveling to South Carolina to help flood victims.

A spokesperson for the American Red Cross says that they have about 150 volunteers express interest and availability in deployment. 52 more words


2 Minnesotans Head To S.C. To Help With Disaster Effort

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO/AP) – Two Minnesotans are traveling to South Carolina with the Red Cross to help with disaster relief efforts.

Mary Robertson, of Cloquet, and Peg Craig, or St. 325 more words