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  • Participants get kick out of parade
      It isn’t easy being green … especially when it’s 80 degrees, almost 60 percent humidity and the green is a thick, furry Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costume.“You have no idea” how miserable it is, Ethan Burk said.
  • Time running out on job assistance
    The clock is ticking on a federal program that helps people rebuild their lives after trade-related business decisions rob them of jobs.Unless Congress acts, funding for the Trade Adjustment Assistance program will end Dec. 31.
  • Fading farms: Developments push out family operations
    “People say we could move, but where would we move? What would we do? This is all we've ever done.”
Courtesy Parade magazine
The Oct. 7, 2012, edition of Parade magazine has a story about childhood vaccination on its cover.

Parade looks at childhoold vaccination risks

Sunday’s Parade magazine, included with print editions of The Journal Gazette, features the following stories:

  • One lucky little girl: Why so many parents are delaying or skipping vaccines, and what it means for the rest of us.
  • Stop cancer before it starts: Dr. Margaret Cuomo, author of “A World Without Cancer,” explains how better prevention can help us beat the disease.
  • Muffin mania: One easy muffin recipe, eight easy different ways, can warm up your mornings.