Month: April 2023

Descrease article font size Increase article font size Toy maker Mattel has introduced its first Barbie with Down syndrome in a bid to make its famous doll range more inclusive. In a statement on Tuesday, Mattel said it had worked with the National Down Syndrome Society in the United States to make the doll, which has a shorter frame and longer torso
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A Virginia police officer’s quick thinking and lightning-fast reflexes helped to save the life of his fellow officer when he pulled her out of the way of a skidding car that had crossed a median and crashed into her police cruiser. The unexpected incident happened when Gate City Police Department Officer Jessica McGraw was responding
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Shilah Madison Calvert-Yin is a 12 year old girl from Australia with a rare genetic condition that causes quite the unique hair texture. Shilah has Uncombable Hair Syndrome – which means her hair shafts are heart-shaped and missing a protein that makes the strands sit straight. The condition causes hair to grow in a frizzy,
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One of my favorite trends is when influencers use their (social media) power for good— and unlike low waist jeans, I petition that it never goes out of style. Influencers Using Their Influence For Good Recently, TikTok influencer Becca Moore (@becccamooore) celebrated the one-year anniversary of meeting her–Uber driver. The Cliffs Notes version is that
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Feedback is one of those icky subjects. At Think Productive, we’ve been on a mission recently to drive up our own feedback culture, as well as it being something we help many of our clients do too. This means getting savvy about both giving and receiving feedback. It’s never easy, but here are a few
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