Tag: health

Newsworthy – Mar 15th, 2019

The consequences of breeding chickens to grow rapidly, minimalist phones are growing in popularity, FAA grounding Boeing’s 737 MAX fleet, the U.S. Navy is under cyber-siege, and rural American law enforcement unwilling to enforce new gun control measures. These are just a few of…

Newsworthy – Feb 22nd, 2019

The White House plans to assess the national security threat of climate change, Pinterest to stop returning searches for “vaccines”, and educated American women workforce participation rate is plateauing. These are just a few of the top newsworthy items from this past week as…

Newsworthy – Dec 14th, 2018

Virgin Galactic reaching the edge of space, Apple to build adding thousands of American jobs, baby boomers aging alone, and Google’s top U.S. trending search queries. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.

Newsworthy – Sep 28th, 2018

911 centers affected by low unemployment rate, former felons to regain voting rights, foreign investment in Africa, Elon Musk’s legal troubles, and a growing number of babies born with opioid addiction. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on…

Newsworthy – Aug 17th, 2018

Explosive urban population growth, plunging cryptocurrencies, inequality in Chicago, and a look into how carbs make us fat. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.

EXPERIENCE: Meghan Adkins, Yoga Instructor and Life Blogger

Meghan Adkins is on a journey to follow her passion for fitness and writing. The outlets she has found so far include instructing yoga, a self-published book, and the creation of her own blog, Catching Fitness.

Are You Living?

Are you living? I ask you, dear reader, this question that I have begun to ask myself lately. I do not mean it to be dramatic nor hyperbolic. Instead, I am curious as to what everyone’s honest answer is, including and especially my own….

The Secret Life of Toilet Paper

Toilet paper. We may take this good for granted, however it truly is a marker of civilization. Before the invention of toilet paper, a variety of other items were used throughout human history. Scooping sticks made from wood and precious metals, to sand and…

What Color is My Orange (Seriously)?!

Everything you know is a lie. Not really, but kind of. Let me explain. Many of the oranges we consume are actually green.

Universal Health Coverage Required, But….

We all need some health service sometimes, even young and healthy individuals, so having health insurance is essential to pay for expensive services. However, the objective must be to achieve universal coverage by lowering costs, so people can afford it, not with mandates that…