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By Gabrielle Darling It’s that time of year again so bring on the gummy worms and dust off those skeletons in the basement – it’s Halloween time. This is an exciting time of year, full of spooky fun and an unbeatable sugar high, unfortunately it also takes place during cold and flu sea...

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By Matthew Brooke Show your support! Men groups all around the United States choose to wear pink during the month of October to demonstrate their support for the cure, treatment, and prevention of breast cancer. The American Cancer Society (ACS), a leader in cancer research and prevention organi...

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By Katy Siwirski September marks the transition from Summer to Autumn. There are vast arrays of outdoor activities to be done during the summer. These include hiking, kayaking, visiting landmarks, and swimming. Just because the weather is getting cooler does not mean you have to stop enjoying th...

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By Daniel Gertis Everyone has days when they’re feeling a little low and looking for something to lift their spirits. Thankfully, Buffalo is filled with activities just waiting to bring your daily dose of happiness. Here are a few ideas: • Go for a walk or hike. From Canalside to Liberty Island ...

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By Matthew Brooke To folks who consider happiness as a “nice to have” extravagance or something that comes after a lifetime of sacrifice toward achieving a goal. Happiness isn’t just about feeling good, it’s about the joy we feel while striving after our potential. By electing modest cheerfu...

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By Tehniyet Azam Happiness is the key to life. No matter what life throws at us we should always have a positive approach to everything. A car that breaks down in the middle of your street can be frustrating, but what if we were on the highway going 65 miles per hour? The car stalls, and leads to a ...

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By: Daniel Azzinaro Information released from the Center of Disease Control (CDC) specify that 1 out of 68 children in the United States will be diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). As resources become rarer, instructors find it more and more difficult to meet the needs of individual st...

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