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ACA Funding Frozen by Trump Administration

ACA Funding Frozen by Trump Administration

Since its inception, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been vilified by the GOP. On July 9, 2017, the Trump Administration announced a funding freeze for the risk adjustment program. This plan was designed to protect insurers from substantial losses. In 2017, the bill for this program totaled $10.4 billion. “The health plans pay into a […]

Hero Pup Shows Everyone What Man’s Best Friend Means

Hero Pup Shows Everyone What Man’s Best Friend Means

Early morning Friday, June 29, 2018, Paula Godwin, the owner of the two golden retrievers named Todd and Copper hiked down a pathed hill in Arizona. The walk was going well until they stumbled upon a camouflaged snake blending into the gray pavement. With the owner momentarily unaware of the danger the youngest pup took action […]

E-Cigarette Plant Leaves a Dozen Workers Hospitalized

E-Cigarette Plant Leaves a Dozen Workers Hospitalized

Panic and sickness spread among nearly 30 workers while at Salem, Massachusetts E-Cigarette production plant. Around 9:15 Sunday night, the fire department was notified for the second time that day and arrived to investigate a potential chlorine leak. The incident caused many workers to become nauseous, along with trouble breathing during their shift. As this […]

Autoimmune Disease Joins the Conversation During Men’s Health Month

Autoimmune Disease Joins the Conversation During Men’s Health Month

Autoimmune disease (AD), a condition in which one’s immune system mistakenly attacks the body’s own healthy cells, is currently reported to affect 50 million Americans today. So why is AD virtually absent from the discussion during Men’s Health Month? Autoimmune disease is disproportionately prevalent among women – which account for more than 75 percent of […]

Grandmother, Key to the Family, Gone

Grandmother, Key to the Family, Gone

Sept. 30, 2017, was one of the worst days of my and my family’s life. We lost the key figure of our family, my grandmother, Lucille Moore had passed away. My grandmother had been in and out of the hospital since she was 21. Ultimately, she died from breast cancer. I was at a high school […]

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