If you want clarity in your life, you have to fight for it. Every day, you reflect on your activities and remove the clutter.
By Darius Foroux (DariusForoux.com) Do you ever feel like you’re completely lost in a world that keeps on racing? The world moves fast. One moment you’re excited about a new opportunity, and the other moment you feel totally hopeless for no particular reason. And if that’s not bad enough, there’s so much noise in the […]
Suspected persons with measles should be reported immediately to the Health Department.
NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND MENTAL HYGIENE (Oxiris Barbot, MD, Acting Commissioner) FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, November 2, 2018 (347) 396-4177 HEALTH DEPARTMENT REPORTS ELEVEN NEW CASES OF MEASLES IN BROOKLYN’S ORTHODOX JEWISH COMMUNITY, URGES ON TIME VACCINATION FOR ALL CHILDREN, ESPECIALLY BEFORE TRAVELING TO ISRAEL AND OTHER COUNTRIES EXPERIENCING MEASLES OUTBREAKS. There […]
“In 2018 alone, police have shot and killed 64 people with mental health disabilities.” - American Civil Liberties Union
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (Workers World Today) – New York is made up of diverse communities and along with them comes a line of defense. To speak about what the New York Police Department (NYPD) expects of their officers, the agency has put together a mission statement. According to the city’s official website, the department’s mission […]
“Several recent clinical studies have demonstrated that combination of THC and CBD can be an effective therapeutic option for patients with neuropathic pain and other types of chronic pain.” - The Journal of Experimental Medicine
BROOKLYN, N.Y. (Workers World Today) – Multiple studies have shown that cannabis has various health benefits, including benefits for our physical and mental health. As the recreational use of cannabis is being legalized in various States, interest in its usage as well as research for its benefits have increased. CBD or Cannabidiol is derived from […]
BROOKLYN (Workers World Today) – Diabetes is one of the top ten deadliest diseases in the United States. According to the Center for Disease Control, Diabetes has killed roughly 80,058 people in 2017. That number may be significantly higher because Diabetes often leads to other ailments, like kidney disease, and therefore causes of death may […]
Many breast cancer symptoms are invisible and not noticeable without a professional screening, but some symptoms can be caught early just by being proactive about your breast health. Keep your breast health in check with the Know the Symptoms guide today. -- National Breast Cancer Foundation
Do you know the signs and symptoms of breast cancer? This helpful guide by the National Breast Cancer Foundation provides check lists and spaces for dates; addresses important aspects of breast health you may not have even considered before; and takes into account other factors like breastfeeding, implants, and pregnancy. Workers World TodayThe […]
In the United States alone, there are over 2.5 million breast cancer survivors, which can be attributed to earlier detection and better treatment. It is crucial that women over the age of 40 get a mammogram every year.
October is a month devoted to breast cancer awareness, an annual health campaign, where communities gather and host walks, share knowledge, and celebrate survival. Breast cancer has touched so many of the closest people in our lives, from family members, dear friends and work colleagues. Through donations, planned giving, participating in walks, or volunteering, there […]
In a world of unnecessary vaccines and chemical abuse, inadequate medical care presently reigns supreme.
Finding Other Options When Modern Systematic Healthcare Fails Do you know someone who has suffered from illnesses like diabetes, high blood pressure, digestive complications, allergies, or hypertension for five years or more? Do you know someone who has passed away from a medical condition even though they took all of the pills prescribed to them? […]
The group says six drivers have taken their own lives this year and they’re blaming financial pressures caused by the huge growth of ride-sharing services.
BY CBSNewYork The New York Taxi Workers Alliance is again calling on the city for help after the apparent suicide of another driver. The group says six drivers have taken their own lives this year and they’re blaming financial pressures caused by the huge growth of ride-sharing services. “Something has to change,” NYTWA Executive Director […]
Many of those fired, a group that includes nurses, doctors, and mental health workers
By Katie Johnston, The Boston Globe Dozens of fired workers and their supporters demonstrated outside the Whittier Street Health Center in Roxbury Friday morning to protest what they say is retaliation for trying to organize a union. Twenty employees of the center were let go Thursday afternoon, some in the middle of their shifts, according […]