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"Hope On the Horizon"
Research Offers Hope For Those With Alzheimer’s Disease.
by Larry Launstein Jr.
Three Michigan companies are joining the fight against Alzheimer’s Disease, age-related illness from which thousands die from every year, and is not currently treatable.. continued
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Artist Stephen Crane, Sr.: Inspired and Inspiring
by Rick Marschall
No, not that Stephen Crane. This Stephen Crane wears a red badge of courage, of sorts, but not a battlefield bandage. His is likely to be drawn with intricate lines, and the red would be vivid Dr Martin’s artist color out of the bottle. His metaphoric battles, a string of victories, have been in many fields of life.. continued
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Amazing Innovations and Tender Care Achieve Breakthroughs at Euro-Peds Center
by Rick Marschall
Sad to say, but once upon a time the parents of children with severe gross motor disorders including cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injury, and spina bifida, often felt resigned to lives of heartache, special training, and troubling diagnoses. Burdens. Sadness for the child, and for themselves. continued
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Like most parents, Natasha Steele worries about her son’s future.A single mom who suffers from lupus, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, Steele struggles to make ends meet with a part-time job continued
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When Brain Injuries Interfere with the Ability to Communicate
by Sophia Bong
A community’s language can be expressed in writing, speech, and sign language. Language allows us to communicate our thoughts and feelings and turn them into words for others to understand. . continued
Finding Compassion in the All American City
“The Compassionate Cities movement is highly necessary; very important in today's world. I think, globally, we really need a more compassionate attitude." Dalai Lama, Louisville, KY 2013
Mayor William R. Wild of Westland, Michigan, wants everyone who lives, works,
visits or worships in it to know it is a compassionate city. His inspiration on
creating a compassionate city comes from having met the world-renowned spiritual
leader the Dalai Lama, who started the Compassionate Cities movement on two
special occasions over the last decade since Wild has been Mayor. “We all have a responsibility to pay it forward" said Mayor Wild. “I want the City of Westland to be an example of that message and show compassion in all that we do."
The most recent visit was when the Dalai Lama addressed an audience of select U.S. mayors in Indianapolis about how mayors have the ability and responsibility to instill compassion in their cities. His 2016 speech came in the wake of violent outbreaks focused on police officers around the country. continued