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A Catholic Priest walked into Target today

Today’s blog post below comes from Fr. John Lankeit, Rector of The Cathedral of Saints Simon and Jude in Phoenix, Arizona. With permission from said priest, this is being re-published on my blog. 763 more words

Catholic Church

'Mental' vs. 'Physical' Illness

Over 21 million Americans had diabetes in 2012 (American Diabetes Association). In addition to its impact on the individual, the disease was responsible for $69 billion in economic costs due to lost productivity. 485 more words

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PENNSYLVANIANS AGAINST FRACKING WILL BE AT THE MARCH FOR A CLEAN ENERGY REVOLUTION ON JULY 24

By Diane Sipe

On July 24, in many cases in the very early hours of the morning, buses from all corners of Pennsylvania will begin to make their way to Philadelphia.  619 more words

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Teaching Points: History as a Resource for Understanding Drugs Today

Editor’s Note: This post is brought to you by Marco Ramos and Tess Lanzarotta. Ramos is an MD/Ph.D. candidate in the History of Science and Medicine program at Yale University focusing on the production and circulation of scientific knowledge during the Cold War in the global south. 1,282 more words

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Q & A with Jan Jones: Part 4

Jan Jones is President of Jan Jones Worldwide, a California-based
speakers bureau. Prior to founding her business, Jan was a highly
effective executive assistant to well known businessmen, including the bestselling author and personal development icon, Tony Robbins.
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Business

Hank Tales 

I’ve always wanted to write a post documenting some of my son’s finer moments in his early childhood, but was afraid you may think we were some kind of negligent parents. 2,079 more words

Humor