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Global Citizenship for a Sustainable Economic Future
St. Kitts & Nevis generated US$74 million, nearly a third of the government’s revenue in 2015, from its citizenship by investment programme.
Sunday Jan.1 - Are you hung-over?
Some helpful suggestions for a fuzzy head on January 1. Coping strategies for hangover headaches this New Years Day.
Los riesgos de aplicaciones de software heredadas
Compañías que utilizan Adobe Central han detectado que la actualización KB3170455 de Microsoft hace que las aplicaciones fallen al imprimir.
October 28, 2016
The Risks of Keeping Legacy Software Applications
Companies running Adobe Central detected that a the Microsoft Patch KB3170455 causes the applications to fail when printing.
October 27, 2016
What Depression Really Looks Like
Psychiatry Advisor publishes article by Dr. Theodore Henderson revealing physiological differences among depression sufferers' brain scans, pointing to targeted treatments.
July 2, 2016
Thinking Outside the Bag
Here are some of the many creative ways that U.S. communities are benefiting from the legalization of cannabis.
June 28, 2016
When Will President Park Apologize to The Vietnamese People?
South Korea was the second only to the United States as the largest foreign military contingent in Vietnam during the 1960’s war.
June 9, 2016
Smoking and Vaping— What You Thought You Knew is Not a Foregone Conclusion
With research mounting, alarming facts about both methods of inhalation that are not commonly known, posing a very serious threat to user’s health, and those exposed to it.
April 27, 2016
How Movie Characters' Names Relate to Everyday People
When people hear your name for the first time, what do they think? Do they think that you are some boring person, or do they think about how awesome you probably are because of your name.
April 8, 2016
Parents Give Up Freedom of Speech to Jeffco Schools
Did Dr. Harrell and Alan Scheik of a Jeffco charter school ask parents to waive their 1st amendment rights in a the schools handbook parent contract?
February 9, 2016
Rebuttal: Concussion Risks in Youth Sports Hardly Minimal
Based on the latest science, and thousands of brain scans, Dr. Theodore Henderson and Dr. Larry Morries rebut a recent Denver Post column that may mislead parents, athletes and doctors.
February 4, 2016
E-Cigarette Ads Banned
Since their release, e-cigarette adverts have faced severe criticism from those who believe they glamorize smoking.
January 6, 2016
Multiple Sclerosis Diagnois Not A Death Sentence
A diagnosis of MS or multiple sclerosis used to be considered a death penalty. Doctors didn’t seem to know much about it, or what to do for it.
December 14, 2015
Valerie Christopher Shares an Important Message about All of Us
She urges: This holiday season who she is doesn’t matter. But those who are often unnoticed does matter.
December 8, 2015
When will Old Media Die?
While advertisers have moved their dollars toward more effective channels, newspapers continue to amass value in their reputation and ability to sway public opinion.
November 18, 2015
Welcome To Gig City
Access to 1 gigabit network technology is having a profound impact on the businesses and communities it reaches.
August 7, 2015
Very interesting. In Gainesville, Florida, many businesses are moving into a section of town called Innovation Square where they can obtain gigabit Ethernet service.
June 6, 2016
Former Gang Member Fired After Media Published His Story of Success (Op-Ed)
A man with a solid resume was fired after a news agency, in order to motivate others, published his story of success disclosing that he is a former gang member who served time in prison.
June 18, 2015
Beware of the Non Athletic Parents Pushing Their Legacy
Parents want their children to succeed in sports. Many are pushing their children to play sports past their capabilities to their physical detriment
June 15, 2015
What Eurosong Contests Say About European Politics?
The greatest European song contest is about the singing... until it is time to count the votes, that is.
May 24, 2015
To Vaccinate Or Not – That Is The Question
Vaccines are a current hot topic. Measles outbreak, Disneyland and children abducted by various state agencies – oh my! But where should you stand on this medical, and social, issue.
February 12, 2015
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