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Women’s History Month is a good time to take stock, and lately I’ve heard a lot about the role of mentors. Many have attributed their success to someone who showed them the ropes, gave just the right pep talk when needed or offered constructive criticism. more
As experts in pediatric infectious diseases, vaccination and epidemiology, we are on the front lines when it comes to COVID-19 and children. more
We are in the season of Lent in my Christian tradition even though growing up I had no idea what Lent was. As a child and youth I was an eclectic... more
Recently, the U.S. Social Security Administration sent out an email to subscribers of its official blog explaining how to access Social Security statements online. Most people know to be suspicious of seemingly official emails with links to websites asking for credentials. more
Our country, this great nation, is in trouble. It’s time that God’s people set themselves in one accord and start praying. more
As it appears that our country’s politics and the world is getting a bit darker ... more
Sleep deprivation can be due to difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep... more
As Deputy Under Secretaries, it’s not every day that we get to don aprons and make chicken enchiladas as part of our work. more
Facing declining revenue prospects, physicians are shuttering their private, independent practices... more
People placing trust in institutions — and each other — is critical to our society flourishing. When people are filled with mistrust, they spend money differently (or not at all), facts are doubted, and anxiety is high. And, worryingly, there has been a decline in trust over the past five decades. more
Today (March 8) marks International Women’s Day, a global celebration of female contributions to modern society. But today’s feminists would be remiss not to celebrate liberalism’s pivotal role in advancing women’s rights. more
The federal No Surprises Act went into effect in January and enacts new medical billing regulations aimed at curbing surprise billing in certain settings. more
Two years of pandemic disruptions have put a spotlight on shortcomings in the U.S. housing market. Some of these shortcomings have their origins in federal and local policy decisions made decades ago. But there are also positive examples of cities making zoning decisions that work to create affordable housing. more
I push as often as I can for people to read history, any history. more
March 1 is the 150th anniversary of the opening of Yellowstone National Park, our country’s first national park. The quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University, provides an opportunity for you to test your knowledge of America’s National Park System and the National Park Service. more
Walmart and grocery stories will likely be busy next Wednesday and Thursday ... more
Russian President Vladimir Putin should suffer sanctions regardless of whether he pulls back from attacking in Ukraine. He has already violated his neighbor and an attack will be additive. His tyrannical bullying has to be addressed now — and later. more
I have never doubted that the reason I wake up in the morning is because God wanted me too ... more
Presidents Day, which originated in the 1880s, will be observed on Feb. 21 this year. The quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University, provides an opportunity for you to test your knowledge of America’s presidents and the American presidency. more
For Floridians, the promise of cost-effective and reliable solar energy from the grid started like small ... more
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