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Archive: April 22, 2011

SUN PRAIRIE, Wis. – Supporting the Farm to School program is a "no-brainer" for Jennifer Engel, Sun Prairie. The young mother calls the program great for local farmers, and for parents who want their kids to eat healthy food at home and at school. "The Farm to School program connects the loca ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Easter season is considered a time of personal reflection, and some members of Ohio's faith community say this year, it is also a good time to remind state leaders of their moral duty to protect the state's most vulnerable citizens. The state budget should be about human ...Read More

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The bunny in the Easter season movie Hop may grab your kid's heart, but a live bunny as a house pet may not be a good idea. Animal caregivers say people seem to have gotten the message that baby chicks are not good house pets, but some still want to give kids a cuddly littl ...Read More

GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. – The Easter bunny is not a pet, and live rabbits should not be given as gifts. That's the message from the Animal Humane Society. Spokesperson Deb Balzer says rabbits are the third most commonly surrendered animal, behind cats and dogs - and this time of year is when they ...Read More

DES MOINES, Iowa – Testing, testing. That's the message for National STI Awareness Month, and there's a push in the final week for Iowans to get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and diseases (STDs). More than 11,000 Iowans were diagnosed in 2009, the latest year of records av ...Read More

NEW YORK – Today (Friday) is Earth Day, and New Yorkers have an easy way to get involved by getting outdoors and having a "Picnic for the Planet." Bill Ulfelder, New York state director for the Nature Conservancy, says these picnics celebrate New Yorkers' deepest connection to the planet, whi ...Read More

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – It was 150 years ago that the Civil War began, and families in Illinois can mark the anniversary by visiting a place of great historic significance: Abraham Lincoln's home in Springfield. It is the only home ever owned by Lincoln, and also the only national park site in Ill ...Read More

HARTFORD, Conn. – The U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services has just released its first-ever action plan to reduce racial and ethnic health disparities, and Connecticut is already ahead of the curve in tackling the issue. For the past six years, the Connecticut Health Foundation has trained ...Read More

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