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Alzheimer's Research Continues

Dear Editor,
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common dementia affecting millions of Americans. It impacts many of our clients as well. Those suffering with it now are using a number of medications, most of which have been in use for several years. 231 more words

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A different set of flights were taking off last Thursday night as some candidates flew sky high that were fueled with an adrenaline rush after completing their speeches in front of an audience inside a hotel, a few steps away from Guangzhou’s International Airport. 854 more words

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Buy Matt Taibbi's New Book!

Buy Matt Taibbi’s New Book!

I share Taibbi’s outrage over what American justice is becoming. I recommend you buy the book and become aware of how we have two systems of justice. 644 more words

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Women of Strength

Women of Strength

 Jean Raffa of the blog, Matrignosis, commented on an earlier post and suggested that I call your attention to this post of hers. 576 more words

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The Ethics Sage Calls for Ethical Reasoning Skills

The Ethics Sage Calls for Ethical Reasoning Skills

Steven Mintz, the Ethics Sage is calling for ethical reasoning skills to be added to teaching in the United States. 549 more words

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Let Him Rot in Prison.

Let Him Rot in Prison.

Robert H. Richards IV has been convicted of fourth degree rape of his daughter. The judge has concluded that he should not serve time in prison because he would not “fare well” in prison. 1,092 more words

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After Article: “Naked Resignation” in #China

My friend Tolly works at a fertility clinic at one of the many hospitals in Guangzhou. He wakes up at around 7 am and is at work by 8:30 am. 919 more words

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