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There is a frustrating and all-too-common phenomenon that plagues many a sleeper. It goes something like this: Falling asleep is no problem, but in the early morning hours, one wakes up agitated and restless. This can last up to...
https://youtu.be/fRNUXKKwNbc Instead Of Asking, "What's Wrong with You?" Haven for Hope Asks, "What Happened To You?" Haven for Hope's Approach: Moving Toward Independence Through Trauma Informed Care Mission Statement The Haven for Hope mission is to offer a place of hope and new...
https://youtu.be/0VbGqhxIdK8 Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic Owned Food Company in the United States, launches the Goya Cares initiative to pledge $2 million to combat child trafficking. A press conference was held in Washington D.C. in July 2021 to announce Goya's...
Introduction We all know about genetics, how they are made up of DNA. Many young people will have had their first information about genetics and DNA from the legendary film Jurassic Park, which spoke about DNA and genetics in making dinosaurs. However,...
Samaritan’s Purse volunteers are already hard at work in southwest Louisiana after Category 4 Hurricane Laura slammed into the state early Thursday morning with 150 mph winds. Many communities along its path are still silent and empty from evacuations. Our...
Dr. Carrie Madej, explains in detail the 3 major components of the Moderna vaccine and the implications of the mandatory vaccination.
For victims of sexual assault, recovery is often long and torturous. But some women face even more trauma when they find out they are pregnant to their attacker. Every year in the United States about 10,000 babies are born...
At the Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN), you are the authority over your health choices and those of your children. In a medical world manipulated by advertising and financial interests, true information is hard to find and often harder...
It seems strange to launch a column on happiness during a pandemic. The timing is, well, awkward, isn’t it? Maybe not. We’re stuck at home; our lives on COVID time have slowed to a near halt. This creates all sorts of obvious inconveniences,...
Some of the Harvard Business Review edit staff met virtually the other day — a screen full of faces in a scene becoming more common everywhere. We talked about the content we’re commissioning in this harrowing time of a...
(Video Above) “The Dr. Oz Show” host Dr. Mehmet Oz gives tips for staying healthy during and outbreak of of coronavirus on Fox Business's Mornings With Maria. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nq0a39oe7cA (Video Above) As many people wonder if they’re doing enough to stave...
The best clips from the eleven seasons of The Dr. Oz Show on how to lose weight according to your body type. Facts get updated as we get to know and understand the science-backed body shapes accurately representing women’s...
In the above video, Hong Kong infectious disease expert Yuen Kwok-yung discussed the situation of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak with TIME in an exclusive interview. He warns that the disease is very infectious and control measures must be followed. With...
Chip Michalove, a fisherman and charter boat captain in South Carolina, hooked a massive shark that was 5-foot long and weighed in at 2,800-pound. “We’re naming her Grace, after an aspiring marine biologist Grace Sulak who was killed in a hit and run [on] May 7, 2016 on I-26,” Michalove wrote in the Facebook post.