Throwing away piles and piles of scientific evidence and provable medicinal benefits, Mitt Romney opposes the legalization of doctor-prescribed medicinal marijuana. It’s important to note he’s not talking about recreational marijuana. Romney is opposed to the use of cannabis as a cancer treatment.
Even though they do so much good, sometimes condoms get a bad rap. Too small, too big, too uncomfortable, too unpleasurable, too embarrassing to buy, whatever. But that doesn’t seem to be the case here, and if all goes well, it might just change safe sex as the world sees it. Or should I say … feels it?
Pink ribbons, religion, and politicians don’t cure cancer. Doctors do. This brave woman knows that better than most. Who will you support?
Warning: If you’re the slightly squeamish type, you might want to look away when she warns you to. But this is important and definitely worth watching.
This video was circulated back in February 2012 in response to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure’s decision to pull funding from Planned Parenthood. The message is, unfortunately, no less relevant today.
I would ask you to imagine your school lunches, but I’m no monster. Kids in public schools deserve to have good, healthy food available to them, especially because kids consume so much of their daily diet at schools. Seems like a no-brainer, right? Not exactly. While our Congress has been busy declaring pizza sauce a vegetable, the United Kingdom is actually taking steps to address the problem.
If you think this is something that should happen in the U.S., take a moment to point this video towards your friends — maybe even your member of Congress.
What do you think will happen by 2015? Whatever your prediction, make sure it includes one of these. I’m sure you’ll be able to guess which one. (No, not the prediction at 0:24.)
It’s easy to see the bad in people: They behave terribly, they’re angry, they’re dangerous … on and on. But what if instead of defining students by their worst, we define them by their beautiful, fierce, resilient best?
Do you know a teacher who cares about their students like Clint does? Consider sharing this video with them. And with everyone else you know.
Expectations — of both men and women — suck. Savannah Brown is a teenager, and already she has it figured out. Listen to her powerful words and remember that, as she says, “standards don’t define you.”
Savannah said she wrote the poem after watching a video by Nash Grier, “What Guys Look for in Girls.” She explains that her poem isn’t a direct argument in response to that
video, but rather she was inspired to create her own to present “a
message of self-worth, self-love, and self-acceptance.” I think she did
A lot of people eat fish for its health benefits. What they might not know is that the implications of buying and eating fish are not as simple as they once were.
There are over 200,000 new cases of breast cancer every year. And despite what some organizations might want you to think, beating the disease has nothing to do with wearing pink and buying specially branded lemonade and perfume. It’s going to take much, much more and many more people like these women.
One of the consequences when schools close for a day or two because of weather or other reasons is that some kids don’t eat. Sometimes meals at school are the only time they can access nutritious meals that keep them alert and ready to learn. Here’s one organization that is trying to help kids both when they’re at school and when they’re not.