Monthly Archives: January 2015

Mom Is Stunned By Police Officer’s Generosity

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When Shannah Shea, 32, of Weymouth went to buy supplies for her soon-to-be 1-year-old daughter’s Minnie Mouse-themed birthday party last Friday, she went into panic mode after she realized that her wallet, containing $300, had been stolen. Shea, a Boston…
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Providing Lunch To Others

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Our Clinic has decided to use our lunch hour tomorrow tuesday 1/27/2015 to make bag lunches for a local soup kitchen in Placerville. We are making at least 20 bag lunches with a sandwich, fruit, water, nuts, and a bag…
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Simple Volunteer Ideas To Do With Kids

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There are many reasons to volunteer: It helps your community, improves the lives of others, and ultimately makes the world a better place. Passing on the passion of volunteering to the younger generation, however, is often tricky because not every…
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Sharing Generosity

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I went to the Humankindness Retreat on December 18, 2014 and what a wonderful event it was. There was a table with lots of items to choose from. Each with a message that portrayed Humankindness to share. I chose #6…
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Writing Your Way To Happiness

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Studies have shown that writing about oneself and personal experiences can improve mood disorders, help reduce symptoms among cancer patients, improve a person’s health after a heart attack, reduce doctor visits and even boost memory. Now researchers are studying whether…
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How Optimism Might Be Good For Your Heart

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A new study finds that an optimistic outlook on life might be good for your heart—and not in the metaphorical, warm-and-fuzzy kind of way. People with an upbeat, can-do attitude also have significantly better cardiovascular health, according to researchers at…
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