Sep 19 2012

September 19, 2012

If you know someone looking for a job, Kohl's Holiday Hiring Will Exceed 52,000. 

Regis returns to TV as 'Rachael Ray' co-host. He's 81! I thought he retired!

'GMA's' Robin Roberts will undergo bone marrow transplant Thursday. Please join us in prayer.

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Sep 18 2012

Need Some Extra Income?

Strange but easy ways to make up to $1,000 a month. TODAY

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It goes without saying that we could all use some additional income these days. The trick is finding the time and figuring out where to start.

Well, if you have even just a few extra hours a week to spare and are open to some odd gigs, you're in luck.  There are a lot of opportunities on the Web. In fact, that's where all of the ideas have originated from. So many of these easy jobs are facilitated by the Web, so if you have an Internet connection, you're in business more than ever!

There are some strange but easy ways to make some bonus cash.

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Sep 18 2012

Parents Give Lung to Son

This is a reminder of how far you would go for your kids.

Marius Schneider, German Boy With Cystic Fibrosis, Gets One Lung From Each Parent And Survives. Huffington Post 

Twelve-year-old Marius Schneider was only a child when he was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis, a life-threatening condition in which sticky mucus builds up in the lungs, gradually decreasing one's ability to breathe.

“We were desperately waiting for an organ, waiting for a call every day,” said Lars Schneider, Marius' father.

But as the days stretched on without a lung donor, Marius, who lives in Germany, was in so dire a spot that he survived only with the continual aid of a ventilation machine and a heart-lung machine, the Daily Mail reports. "He was living in a state of almost perpetual anesthesia," said Marius's physician, Professor Dr Axel Haverich.

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