Speaking with a voice of wisdom and reason, Martin Luther King, Jr. led the civil rights movement from 1955 until he was tragically assassinated in 1968. A Baptist preacher and activist, King was a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for using … [Continue reading] about Martin Luther King, Jr. – A Voice of Wisdom
According to a report by the American Cancer Society, data from 2017-2018 shows a record decline in U.S. cancer death rates – a drop of 2.4%. The year 2016-2017 cancer deaths dropped 2.2%. In general, the death rate has been declining since 1991 – a … [Continue reading] about Record Decline in U.S. Cancer Death Rates
When the Covid-19 pandemic lock down began in earnest March of 2020, streets took on an eerie emptiness rarely seen in the Dallas area. It would seem to be good thing; in fact, there were fewer accidents and you would expect fewer serious personal … [Continue reading] about Less Traffic, More Fatalities
The country’s first Covid vaccine could be authorized for emergency use as soon as today. If Pfizer gets the green light, distribution is set to begin next week. Roughly six in ten Americans say they would get a vaccine, according to a recent … [Continue reading] about Can Employers Require Workers to Become Vaccinated against Covid-19?
The Environmental Working Group (EWG) found by using electron microscopy, the cosmetic industry methods of screening talc for asbestos are lacking. Of the myriad cosmetics tested by the Scientific Analytical Institute (SAI), nearly 15% showed … [Continue reading] about Industry Methods of Screening Talc for Asbestos Are Lacking