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Oncologists Prescribing Medical Marijuana Without Sufficient Knowledge

Oncologists Prescribing Medical Marijuana Without Sufficient Knowledge

According to a new survey, almost half of all oncologists clinically recommend medical marijuana. However, less than 30 percent feel equipped with enough information to make the recommendation. Oncologist across the United States were surveyed by researchers at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The goal was to examine the knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding the medicinal […]

Why WordPress Is the Better Choice

Why WordPress Is the Better Choice

There many reasons, why WordPress is the better choice. One of the main reasons is that WordPress gives the user the power to do whatever they want with the software. WordPress had only one willing investor behind the company so that it could flourish to what it is today. In the year of 2010, the founder […]

St. Agatha’s 125 Years of Ministering Peace to Soul, Mind and Body in the Heart of North Lawndale

St. Agatha’s 125 Years of Ministering Peace to Soul, Mind and Body in the Heart of North Lawndale

For 125 years, St. Agatha Catholic Church has been an anchor in the North Lawndale community, providing ministry and a social center for various ethnic groups over those years, and over the past 60 + years to a culturally and spiritually rich African-American community. From 1895 to 2015, St. Agatha ran a school that educated […]

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Review [Spoiler Alert]

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Review [Spoiler Alert]

This juggernaut of a movie lasted for exactly two hours and 40 minutes. After the credits there was an hidden cut scene. In those few hours “Avengers Infinity War” was very predictable, but even knowing about the movie beforehand, one could not help but be immersed and engaged in this film for almost every scene. Expectedly, “Avengers Infinity War” did something most superhero movies did not: the good […]

Chicago Police Receive $10 Million Donation

Chicago Police Receive $10 Million Donation

Ken Griffin, Illinois’ richest man listed by Forbes, in March 2018, pledged to donate $10 million to Chicago’s efforts to combat gun violence in high-murder rate areas in the city. The money will be in used by the Strategic Decision Support Centers across the city’s most crime-ridden neighborhoods to study real-time data and provide better support for […]

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