State Grant to be Used For Smoking Ban

Public health officials are planning to use part of the $450,000 state grant to persuade landlords to ban smoking in their buildings.


The grant will also be used to help fund a program that will put farm-fresh vegetables in schools and another program that will encourage schools, governments, and community groups to share available spaces that could increase physical activity for kids.

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GoldieBox Disrupts the Pink Aisle Through Music Video


GoldieBox Disrupts the Pink Aisle Through Music Video

GoldieBox, a toy company founded by Stanford engineer Debbie Sterling, has launched a video that has garnered more than 6 million views to date. The video shows three young girls demonstrating their inventive power by constructing a Rube Goldberg machine.




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