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More Than 1 Million People Have Died Of Covid-19 In The U.S.

More than one million people have now died of Covid-19 in the US since the pandemic's start, a reminder the pandemic is not over even as much of the country pushes to move away from Covid-19 measures.

Coronavirus Committee: Meat Companies Lied About Impending Shortage And Put Workers At Risk

The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis, found that meat processors' warnings about the nation being on the brink of a meat shortage were not based in fact.

If The Supreme Court Ends Abortion Rights, Black Women Will Be The Ones Most Wounded

One of the clearest and undeniable consequences of this unprecedented move by the conservative court majority is the impact it will have on Black women.

The Food And Drug Administration Is Taking Aim At Menthol Cigarettes

The Food and Drug Administration want to snuff out menthol cigarettes and flavored cigars which are popular with Blacks, but they have a strong supporter in Rev. Al Sharpton of the National Action Network.

Women Find A Winning Solution In Dealing With Hair Loss

Don’t call your girlfriends or don’t go to YouTube University. You need to go to someone with board certified credentials,” stresses Dr. Linda Amerson, PhD, IIT, Tect, CCHHP/Scalp Doctor and Holistic Health Practitioner, who also is the owner of LA’s Hair and Scalp in Arlington, Texas. She adds that some of the warning signs that something is going on with your hair are: strains of hair on your vanity, substantial amounts of hair in your brush or strains of hair in the shower.

COMMENTARY: Is Religious Freedom Free?

In 2019, a federal appeals court ruled that the school board in Washington State was correct when it fired Coach Joe Kennedy for praying publicly. A judge of the Ninth Circuit said, “A coach’s duty to serve as a good role model requires the coach to refrain from any manifestation of religious faith — even when the coach is plainly not on duty.” Where does freedom start and stop? Kennedy’s case has sparked controversy, landing in the Supreme Court this past week debating just how far can a person express religious freedom in public spaces.

Innovative Health Program Provides Alternative For Sick Employees

When Dallas-based Hardies Fresh Foods executives entered into an arrangement with Hamilton Health Box, it was seen as not only a cost-saving measure but also an investment in the more than 400 employees at the Dallas-based company. During a recent visit to Dallas, Dr. Glenn Davis talked about how the Houston-based company that specializes in mobile clinics is helping companies and their employees along with their families by setting up offices on the premises to provide medical care.

Children Get Long Covid, Too, And It Can Show Up In Unexpected Ways

Almost 13 million children have tested positive for Covid-19 since the start of the pandemic. Studies suggest that between 2% and 10% of those children will develop long Covid- indefinite symptoms- but the number may be larger.

AUTO REVIEW: 2022 Genesis G80 Sport — Korean Creative Liberty

Genesis ensured that its suite of advanced driver assistance technologies took precedence. Bravo since the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) honored all 2022 Genesis models with the TOP SAFETY PICK+ (TSP+) for this year. For example, the G80 includes Forward Collision Avoidance-Assist with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Keep Assist, Blind-Spot Collision Warning, and more. “At Genesis, safety is our top priority, and the customer is at the center of every decision we make,” said Claudia Marquez, chief operating officer of Genesis Motor North America. “Safety is emphasized in the design and engineering of our award-winning vehicles.”

Black Catholic Nuns: A Compelling, Long-overlooked History

In the 1In the 1960s, Professor Shaneen Dee Williams writes, Black nuns were often discouraged or blocked by their white superiors from engaging in the civil rights struggle.

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