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Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital Goes Pink for October

HOUSTON – Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital is shining a pink light on Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In addition to pink ribbons

Chilling: Company plots Halloween killing with Trump masks

Considered Mexico’s prime villains, Donald Trump and fugitive drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman are Halloween stars in this

Cookbooks: a recipe for success in publishing world

 

Frankfurt (AFP) – Visitors to the Frankfurt Book Fair are greeted by images of aromatic spices, mouth-watering desserts and

Breaking tradition, India’s child brides fight for freedom

 

University student Santadevi Meghwal has been threatened, harassed, ostracised and even fined by a council of male elders in

Children’s rights group partners with India House for charity cricket match

Millions of children can only dream of having the basic rights to live, learn, play and grow. The United Nations Convention on

What Every Parent Needs to Know About Changes in the Classroom

If you have school- age children, you likely have heard about the new Common Core State Standards. Already adopted by forty-three states, the

Philippine cooks take over the world’s kitchens

If you are holidaying on a Mediterranean cruise ship, celebrating your winnings at an Asian casino or dining with the president of

World’s priciest wine is rare Burgundy at $15,195 a bottle

PARIS – France’s famous Burgundy region has a double reason to celebrate, with a rare vintage from the area emerging as the world’s

18-Year-Old Plus-Size Model Redefines Fitness and Beauty

Why she doesn’t sweat the term “plus size.”

by Carly Steyer (HuffPost)

Eighteen-year-old Erica Jean Schenk took the modeling and fitness worlds by

Hermes to probe, punish ‘cruelty’ to crocs used for handbags

Hermes said Wednesday it was probing claims of cruelty at crocodile and alligator farms that supply the French fashion house with