Friday, December 4, 2020

HEALTHIER YOU: Women and diabetes

November 16, 2020 by  
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Women and diabetes BY DR. ANNETTE MAYES, OB/GYN Women with diabetes have more to manage. They have to stay on track by checking their blood sugar more often, eating healthy and staying active. Diabetes affects women differently. Diabetes increases the risk of heart disease (the most common diabetes complication) by about four times in women […]

HEALTH IS THE NEW HAPPY! Rest and relax!

November 16, 2020 by  
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Rest and relax! BY TIFFANY McNEELY I came home and could only make it to the couch. Unfolded laundry was piled on the other side of me and there were toys on the floor. As I called out for my daughter to get my wallet — so I could just order pizza — my mind […]

Caring for those who served

November 16, 2020 by  
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Caring for those who served By Cassandra Cotton, Nathan Adelson Hospice Community Outreach Manager As Veterans Day approaches, we cannot forget those who have worn the nation’s uniform and whose journey of life is coming to a close. The older adult population is the most rapidly growing population in the United States, and veterans are […]

YOU! HAVE THE POWER | Dr. Ellen Brown

November 16, 2020 by  
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Twenty power moves for 2020 BY DR. ELLEN BROWN The only place from where we can take action on anything is where we are at that point in time. Even though the activity may be in the future, its planning process must occur as an action in real time. The cliché that comes to mind […]

Restoring the Soul of America

November 16, 2020 by  
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Restoring the Soul of America Susan Rice has spent a lifetime fighting to defend and uphold the country’s values, and is standing strong for Joe Biden in his bid to become the 46th President of the United States. BY KEVIN LIAO Ambassador Susan Rice is a highly skilled and accomplished diplomat with a wealth of […]

Remembering Black Wall Street

November 16, 2020 by  
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Remembering Black Wall Street Hundreds of Black Americans died during a violent race riot that took place in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1921. And it happened in one of the largest, most prosperous Black communities in the United States: Black Wall Street. The riot ignited after a Black teen was falsely accused of assaulting a white […]

It was all on the ballot | By Louie Overstreet

November 16, 2020 by  
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It was all on the ballot BY LOUIE OVERSTREET Our nation will remain divided — but by the time many of you read this column, the election will be over. However, the filing of lawsuits (and heaven forbid, violence in the streets) will just be getting started. In the November 2020 election, in addition to […]

PEACE: Personality feeds the soul

November 16, 2020 by  
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Once, while I was listening to Oprah Winfrey, she dispensed one of the nuggets of wisdom that has placed her among the iconic voices of our time: “Use your personality to feed your soul.” It is sage advice on how to connect to our true destiny. In our day-to-day search for meaning and direction toward […]