Tuesday, March 26, 2024

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer’s Hypocrisy.

October 10, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

The bottom line is he doesn’t really care about any specific vaping product or kids, he’s just using this argument to push regulators into taking a hard line on the product and expand the federal government’s power into somewhere new. And if he really cared about health, he wouldn’t be going after the most successful stop-smoking aid out there while advocating for filter-less smoke from pot. As a former smoker who quit with the help of vaping (who then quit that, by the way), the idea that Chuck Schumer has made the health care of kids a priority is laughable when you look at his actions to promote marijuana.

What Happens If You Hit A Jaywalker In California?

September 14, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, Money/Business, Politics, Weekly Columns

Accidents involving jaywalkers in California encompass a complex interplay of legal, safety, and behavioral factors that require careful consideration. Understanding the potential legal consequences, insurance coverage, and claims process is essential for all parties involved.

Regardless if you are a driver or you are a jaywalker, it is best to seek legal representation to get compensation and hold the person responsible.

Camp Lejeune Compensation Eligibility: Do You Qualify?

August 19, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, Money/Business, News, Weekly Columns

Camp Lejeune’s contamination legacy is a stark reminder of environmental disasters’ profound effects on individuals and communities.

The Camp Lejeune compensation program is a steadfast inspiration, offering vital support and relief. The programs provide hope for those impacted by toxic exposure, aiming to restore health and well-being. It marks a journey toward acknowledgment, relief, and closure for those affected.

A Climate In Crisis.

May 31, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

The National Urban League wants to see black businesses and workers participate in the economic opportunity that renewable energy investments are creating. As the eminent threats of climate change continues to loom, we can no longer afford to ignore it. We have an opportunity to realize the clean energy transition in a way that creates a more inclusive and equitable economy, but we need to implement bold and innovative ideas to be part of it.

Americans: Save the Planet, Invest in Fossil Fuels.

April 19, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

If we want more of the poorest people to have decent lives, we need to invest in both fossil fuels and nuclear power.

Telehealth: An Effective Solution For Rising Healthcare Costs.

Investing in a telehealth platform is a healthcare requirement that needs to be implemented after proper calibration for a seamless workflow. It is possible to optimize the systems when the telehealth service provider can provide customized solutions to meet the specific requirements of a hospital or a clinic. Any initiative that reduces healthcare costs prevents diseases, and promotes health is welcomed by all the stakeholders equally.

FDA’s Recent Cosmetics Reform Could Still Allow Carcinogens in Hair Relaxers on Shelves.

March 29, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, Money/Business, News, Weekly Columns

While the legal battle can last for years, the FDA can reduce customers’ justified anxieties by correcting MoCRA’s problematic inconsistencies, leveraging its newly acquired attributes to mandate improved reporting transparency, and setting clearly defined product safety substantiation standards that leave no room for disingenuous interpretation.

4 Best USMLE Step 2 CK Prep Books.

March 13, 2023 by  
Filed under Health, Weekly Columns

Step 2 CK score is important for two reasons. It is the first scoring measure in USMLE steps as Step 1 results are limited to pass or fail, and the marks you gain here are the basis for your residency application acceptance. The second reason is that one cannot retake the Step 2 CK exam to improvise their score. They can do it only if they fail. So one has to ensure that their first attempt is their best attempt.

Stephen tWitch Boss Shattered the Myth of Black Suicides.

December 29, 2022 by  
Filed under Entertainment, Health, Music, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

Researchers also found that the narratives on real or suspected Black suicides were far more likely to use words and phrases such as “questionable,” “nothing” and “no further details.” This further minimized both the impact and the numbers of Black suicides. In trying to understand why Blacks such as tWitch commit suicide, a suicide note is the prime evidence sought and scrutinized. However, again there’s a disparity between whites and Blacks who commit suicide. Whites are more likely to leave a note than Blacks. tWitch was an exception. He did leave a note.

Joe Biden is Right, the Pandemic is Over.

December 6, 2022 by  
Filed under Health, News, Politics, Weekly Columns

This vaccine mandate is creating a crisis that is impacting the ability of our Governors to respond to natural disasters and other emergencies. In their letter to congressional leaders, the Governors advocated a clear solution to the crisis, writing, “it is your duty to provide for the national defense, and therefore, we call upon you to protect the men and women in uniform—who protect us—from an unnecessary vaccine mandate.” They ended the letter by quoting from President Biden, “The pandemic is over.”

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