FDA is implementing a plan to support phasing out the use of "medically important" antibiotics that make food-producing animals grow faster or more efficiently. These drugs are also used to treat human disease and might not work if the bacteria they target become resistant to the drugsÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ effects.
Mark your calendars for 2 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Dec. 17. That's when CPSC will host our first Google+ Hangout. CPSC's lead toy engineer and our toy safety spokeswoman will be live. Our expert engineer, John Massale, will explain some toy testing scenarios and talk about toy hazards to look for. Spokeswoman Nikki Fleming, who has nearly [...]
Traveling with children can be either a joy or headache depending upon the age. ? When my children were toddlers I refused to? travel; it wasn’t worth the stress. ? In 2010 our family discovered that we love to travel. ? We sold our house. ? Bought an RV. ? Started an adventure with three kids, a dog, and […]The post Traveling with Children appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
The technology is old, the software is old, the equipment is old.
The system is rebooting every hour...
It is no longer worth the cost (in time and dollars) to keep the BBS and FamilyNet running, so - I will be shutting down
Story by Jana Eschbach / CBS12 News Posted by Scott T. Smith / CBS12 News STUART, Fla. -- Martin County Sheriff William Snyder calls her a true hero for taking one on the nose -- literally -- to protect local kids from a pit bull while on their way to school. ...
The Lanham-based Duval High School is home to the most recent Prince George's County Public Schools scholar of the week award. Niney Nguyen of Lanham was selected as the scholar of the week, an award given out to Prince George's County Public Schools high school seniors who are nominated by school officials for their academic achievements, according to a PGCPS news release.
Manville High School hosted its first Forensics Tournament on Nov. 16, with more than 300 area high school student participated. During the event, Manville which earned its first Forensics Tournament finalist. Senior Janeen Edwards, above, placed fourth in oral interpretation prose reading.
Federal agents on Wednesday raided the home of Juan Jose “J.J.” Garza, executive director of the La Joya Housing Authority and a local school board member, several news outlets reported. The agents also searched the offices of the housing authority. The Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Inspector General and Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General are ...
DES MOINES | State officials issued layoff notices Monday to 93 employees at the Iowa Juvenile Home and Girls State Training School effective Jan. 16 and announced plans to find alternative placements for the 21 youth currently served at the Toledo facility.