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FOCUS ON HEALTH - When you update your status on Facebook, you'll have one extra thing to fill out.
Facebook is allowing you to add organ donor to your timeline.
Creator Mark Zuckerberg says he got the idea, in part, through dinner conversations with his med–student girlfriend and his friendship with Apple founder Steve Jobs, who had a liver transplant.
More than 100,000 Americans are waiting for an organ right now.
Nearly 7,000 may die this year waiting.
Facebook has 900 million users around the world.
Ever feel like technology is taking over your families lives?
Now is your chance to disconnect.
It's screen–free week, a week sponsored by the Campaign for a Commercial–Free Childhood.
Families are encouraged to go without watching tv, using the computer, or playing video games.
Instead families are encouraged to try other activities and get some exercise.
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends limiting the screen time of children over the age of 2 to no more than 1 or 2 hours a day.
Experts say today's children and teens are spending about 7 hours a day watching television or using computers, phones, and other electronic devices.
A Michigan high school athlete with down syndrome took his fight to play to lawmakers Wednesday.
The Michigan High School Athletic Association says the 19 year old junior can't play basketball or football because he's too old.
The student was held back in kindergarten because of his condition.
He's wants the MHSAA to adopt a waiver for students with disabilities.
No word on when lawmakers will make a decision.