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Beginning Jan. 1, a 15-second commercial about COR Retreat, a food addiction recovery program in Wayzata, will begin airing on FOX 9 in Minneapolis. The commercial, which was taped in studio on Dec. 16, features Kari Ealy sharing her story of how the nonprofit COR Retreat helped her lose more than 50 pounds and keep it off.
The commercial will air during the FOX 9 Morning News (between 5 a.m. - 10 a.m.) and the Dr. Oz Show (3 p.m. - 4 p.m.) between January and March 2015.
Robert Stern, Program Manager for the Minnesota College Savings Plan, appeared on Almanac North in Duluth, Minn., on Dec. 19. He shared why giving the gift of education makes a great last minute holiday gift.
On Mon., Dec. 22, a similar interview aired on Northwest Community Television in the Twin Cities.
Open an account for the young person in your life todsay at www.mnsaves.org.
The holidays can be a tough time of year for those dealing with depression and mental illness, but there are steps people can take to help them make it through.
Fe Anam Avis was interviewed on Conservative Talk WGTK-FM in Greenville, S.C. on Dec. 21. During the interview he shared his personal story of overcoming suicidal tendencies. Avis is the author of A Second Day: A Hopeful Journey Out of Suicidal Thinking, a book he hopes will inspire a movement to change perceptions about suicide. Learn more about the book at www.asecondday.com.
There has been an effort recently by the government of Japan to try and rewrite the history books when it comes to World War II. Japanese nationals are now denying many atrocities that happened during the War, including the issue written about in Minnesota author William Andrews's book, Daughters of the Dragon: A Comfort Woman's Story.
Find out why the government of Japan doesn't want people to read the book in this article done by the MN Sun Current.
Learn more about the book itself on the author's website: www.williamandrewsbooks.com.