Making Halloween Fun For Diabetic Children

Today, candy is the central focus of the spookiest holiday of the year. In fact, the average American consumes 24 pounds of candy in a year, most of which is eaten right after Halloween according to the U.S. Census Bureau. But for children with diabetes, it can be difficult to enjoy the festivities when all their fellow goblins are in a frenzy to get their hands on mounds of sweet treats.

Johanesen Joins 2,000-Assist Club As NJCU Drops Tri-Match

STEVENSON, Md.—Junior setter ALEX JOHANESEN (Bridgewater, NJ/Bridgewater-Raritan) became the third player in school history to distribute 2,000 career assists, but the New Jersey City University women’s volleyball team dropped both matches of a tri-match, falling to Lancaster Bible College, 3-1 (25-23, 26-28, 17-25, 22-25) and host Stevenson University, 3-0 (10-25, 22-25, 19-25), on Saturday at Stevenson’s Student Union Gym.

Helping Your Child Deal with Frustration

If you’ve ever heard your child say things like, “I can’t do it,” or “I’ll never figure this out,” during homework time, you’ve probably wondered how you can help him or her overcome such feelings of self-doubt and frustration.