With Father's Day only days away, Dove put together this touching spot for all the Dads out there. Whether you call him, Dad, Daddy, Pop, or something else, this ad should touch the "Dad" place in your heart
The Ocean County Health Department is taking a unique approach in the fight to keep kids off drugs.
The "GAME" (Growing Children/Adolescent Minds Everywhere) Program provides sponsorships for youth sports teams who participate in a one-hour substance abuse prevention workshop. It's a pilot program open to the first 40 teams who sign up, and
High school is an awkward time for most of us. You're trying to find who you are in the world, your place in the social hierarchy, etc. And high school talent shows can be a reflection of that - from awkward karaoke to the "popular kids" doing their thing. And then, this tall, skinny kid walked into the center of the gym while the opening beats to Michael Jackson's classic "Billie Jean" started to thump through the room. What happened next will drop your jaw.
Technology has really changed how we document kids growing up. Many of us have the occasional Polaroid or some printed photos of ourselves as we were growing up, but teenagers these days have come of age with digital cameras everywhere.
This parent diligently documented his teenage daughter's development from almost day one and put it all together in to one amazing four minute long video.
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