Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health

On November 17, 2016, the Office of the Surgeon General released Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health.1 This is the first surgeon general’s report to focus on substance misuse, substance use disorders, and related harms, and it places substance abuse disorders in a public health framework rather than […]

Couponing: Why don’t some-more stores double coupons?


“Hi Jill. we review your articles any week. we would like to know if a supermarkets will ever go behind to double and triple banking days of old. It seems to me it would boost sales for stores and boost a economy in a communities.” Lynn H. I’ll tackle any of these questions for you. […]

On Thanksgiving, Obama and Trump Find Time for Duties and …

For one President, it was his last Thanksgiving in power, for the next, his last before taking office. Both celebrated the holiday with family and friends after releasing video messages calling for Americans to come together after a divisive political campaign. President Barack Obama, who inherited two wars when he came into office, spent part […]

Patients with a ‘medical home’ some-more expected to take their meds

People with common ongoing diseases might be some-more expected to take their remedy frequently when they’re treated during a patient-centered use famous as a medical home, according to a new U.S. study. Patient-centered medical homes (PCMH) coordinate caring underneath a caring of a primary caring alloy in a centralized location. Insurance imbursement for providers is […]

5 Ways To Cut Your Shopping Time In Half (Or More) This Holiday Season

Holiday shoppers throng Agora Mall in Santo Domingo on Black Friday 2016.  (Photo credit: Erika Santelices/AFP/Getty Images) Holiday shoppers are estimated to spend around 42 hours hunting, wrapping, returning, and roving to give gifts any year, according to a Consumer Reports study. Those 42 hours embody time that would routinely be spent on other activities, […]

Denver’s valuables auction hawks dual years value of mislaid watches, rings and baubles — in bulk

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Randy Wilson of Dickensheet and Associates binds a bag of valuables for a throng to see. (Chloe Aiello/Denverite) Hundreds of numbered cosmetic bags, containing thousands of pieces of gold, silver, copper or dress jewelry sit behind streaky potion arrangement cases. Under a jabber of an auctioneer deposit a soothing murmurs of bidders anticipating to inspect a immeasurable preference […]

‘Conductive concrete’ shields wiring from EMP conflict –

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University of Nebraska engineers Christopher Tuan (left) and Lim Nguyen have grown a cost-effective petrify that shields opposite deleterious electromagnetic energy. They are station beside a exam structure during Nebraska’s Peter Kiewit Institute in Omaha. Credit: Craig Chandler/University Communication/University of Nebraska-Lincoln An conflict around a detonate of electromagnetic appetite could ravage vicious electronic systems, melancholy […]

Using coupons to save income this holiday season

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) —  Kesha Bannister is famous as a ‘Kouponista’. She is one lady who knows how to hunt down a holiday bargains! Bannister said she has been saving large given she was 14-years-old. She took CBS42 News on a debate by a aisles of large savings. Using a list of items, a sales ad from […]

Lapo Elkann, Italian Scion and Fashion Designer, Is Arrested in Manhattan

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Billionaire Donors and “Nonpartisan” Charities: How a Breitbart Sausage Is Made

Breitbart’s handling editor Wynton Hall was paid $600,000 over 4 years to work, according to a institute’s taxation filings, 40 hours a week for a GAI. Peter Schweizer perceived $778,000 over 4 years to work, according to a institute’s taxation filings, 40 hours a week as GAI’s president, secretary, and treasurer. He concurrently worked as […]