Any parent knows how much work goes into making sure their child is healthy and safe. For many parents in the United States, getting their infants the nutrition they need has become increasingly difficult in the face of the national infant formula shortage. The shortage was started by supply chain issues and went into overdrive due to recalls and the shutdown of the country's largest infant formula plant.
Maggie Epling knew that she wanted to give back during her summer break from college.
Fred Rogers, the famous good neighbor, spread a message of service during his lifetime.
If you’re a Swiftie, there was no better time to graduate from NYU than in 2022. This year’s graduation—the first ceremony since 2019—awarded singer-songwriter Taylor Swift an honorary doctorate, and she had the privilege of delivering the university’s commencement address. Swift started her 20-minute-long speech by stepping up to the mic and simply saying, “Hi, I’m Taylor.” She then went on to acknowledge her own fame with a clever quip.
The U.S. national women’s soccer team has scored a major win for equal pay.
The future is looking pretty bright for Otis College of Art and Design’s graduating class of 2022.
When a baby is ready to make their entrance into the world, they wait for no one. A Kentucky mom named Heather Skaats recently experienced this to the extreme; she gave birth on the side of the road while her other five children sat in the car. In a scene that could be a movie, Skaats delivered a healthy baby boy and then had to drive to her house to complete the birthing procedure.
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No matter how far you go in life, it’s always important to remember where you come from.
Twenty-one-year-old climate activist Edgar McGregor has become a shining example of how one person can make a big impact. Since 2019, he has been conducting daily cleanups in an effort to make his local park spotless. He began documenting his trash collection efforts with short videos posted to Twitter, which have gone viral and even caught the attention of another youth climate activist—Greta Thunberg.
As the Russian invasion of Ukraine drags on, people continue to flee from unsafe parts of the country.
Emergencies can happen at any time.