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In The World—June 25, 2017

By Lindsey Bell Making Sure No Students Eat Alone Do you remember what it was like to eat lunch alone, while at the same time watching others gather with their friends? Dennis Estimon remembers feeling that way when he moved to the States from Haiti as a first grader. A senior at Boca High School […]

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In The World—June 18, 2017

By Lindsey Bell Woman Seeks TV Help to Reunite with Long-Lost Father Amanda Holdiness was raised by her single mother, godparents, and grandmother. She often wondered about her father, but her mom didn’t provide much information about him. Holdiness said that her wedding day was the hardest. “I’ve always seen ladies walk down the aisle […]

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In The World—June 11, 2017

By Lindsey Bell New Way of Detecting Cancer There’s a new way to detect cancer, but it’s not a medical test like anything you’ve ever seen before. The California Canine Training Center has trained dogs to detect cancer in urine samples through smell. Dierdra McElroy, the head of California Canine, recently shared with Fox News […]

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In The World—June 4, 2017

By Lindsey Bell 1.7 Million Kids Die Because of Pollution A new study released by World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 1.7 million kids die each year because of “polluted environments.” The study included in its definition of “polluted environments” everything from dirty air and water to secondhand smoke. This pollution can lead to fatal […]

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In The World—May 28, 2017

By Lindsey Bell Most Pastors Satisfied with Their Marriages A new study by the Barna Group reported that 96 percent of pastors surveyed are satisfied in their marriages. The study noted that this is higher than the general population, in which less than half reported excellent marriages and one-third reported good marriages. Another interesting find: […]