- 7 hours ago 10 likes 2 sharesWhat's up in Texas?
Find out from this interview with Texas NORML ED Jax Finkel
- 9 hours ago 2 likes 3 sharesSeriously. Check this out.
- 8 hours ago 5 likes 2 sharesOur little #KIPPsters from KIPP Explore are currently in the lead to win 1st place as the #KIPP school with the highest participation rate! It’s not too late to win, win, win!
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- 11 hours ago 6 likes 3 shares"I couldn’t help but think: what are Democrats so scared of? There was only one way to find out. I had to go back to church to see what all the fuss was about."
- 5 hours ago 8 likes 2 sharesLet the appeal case begin...
- 9 hours ago 15 likesNothing can stop this reunion!
- 4 hours ago 10 likes 2 sharesThe new requirement does not allow insurers to exclude the popular therapy any longer.
- 7 hours ago 7 likes 2 sharesStarting now - Thinking and Behavior in #ALS: Who, What, Why & How. Don’t miss out on this webinar on how to support people living with ALS. Join here: http://bit.ly/2zuBL7f
- 3 hours ago 1 likes#MaternalMonday - “When I delivered my first baby in 2015 at the age of 17, I was still very young and naïve. I didn’t know what was normal or what was not normal following delivery. For about two weeks after I delivered my child, I struggled with uncontrolled leaking of stool. At some point, I gathered courage to ask the traditional birth attendant who had helped deliver my baby whether it was expected after childbirth to pass stool uncontrollably. She assured me that if I kept my legs tightly together for a couple of days, the problem would heal on its own,” Harriet said.
Read Harriet's story of obstetric fistula, and how your support helped her get the treatment she needed through Action on Fistula: