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  Like so many of you, the pandemic has left me isolated, for the most part, with my work, my writing, and everyone I hold dear morphed into a digital face and voice. It's a time where my … more
The FDA approved the new COVID pill late yesterday, and production and delivery are underway now. The pill is good for people over 12 and at least 88 pounds. The FDA said the pill is best used … more
December 16, 2021 The President The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Biden, We write as scientists and engineers who are gravely concerned … more
Radio Free Montclair, the brainchild of DesignShed / Montclair Design Week founder, Petia Morozov, has announced its official pilot launch slated for New Year's Weekend.  Radio Free … more
by the We Can Do This COVID-19 Public Education Campaign(NAPSI)—Questions and misinformation about the effect of COVID-19 vaccines on fertility and pregnancy have left some people uncertain about … more
Bubba Almony trained for many years to become one of the top celebrity bodyguards in the US. In spite of his deep discipline and strength to provide protection to VIPs, Almony chose to dedicate … more
The US government released grim statistics yesterday, stating that in one year, from April 2020 to April 2021, 100,000 Americans died of drug overdoses. The awful data notes the very first time  … more
PAXLOVID™ (PF-07321332; ritonavir) was found to reduce the risk of hospitalization or death by 89% compared to placebo in non-hospitalized high-risk adults with COVID-19 In the overall … more
Meth-related overdose deaths are growing fast in the US, with a study by the National Institute on Drug A house (NIDA)  reporting dire statistics. The study reviewed meth data from 2015 - 2019, … more
I used to love reading books about a future where humanity is dying out, because of a virus, an alien invasion, or some other kind of global event. Today, we are suffering from simultaneous … more
US Fish and Wildlife Service announced it is declaring 23 species as now extinct. The Federal service now said they want to remove these 23 animals and plants off the endangered list and deem them … more
If you were alive in 2020, you have a story. For me, it was my own journey driving to my OBGYN  while 7 months pregnant with my daughter, who is now 19. As we drove along the highway, I kept … more
The United Nations has a message for the world: Act now and we can stop some, not all,  of the dire consequences of climate change. Climate changes are occurring in every region and globally, … more
It's clear that the violent storms hitting the Earth, including local regions in New Jersey and NYC, are something we must adjust to as regular events.  Epic and historic flash flooding and … more
  T-Mobile US Inc has endured cyber hacks before, but the latest breach this week, in the public communications segment, is their largest yet. On Monday, the communications giant reported … more
Here is a new recommendation from the CDC regarding the booster shots. For now, only the moderately to severe to immunocommpromised people may get this booster shot. Others will follow … more
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is being released today. This UN study is based upon scientist's studies included in more than 14,000 studies. The findings are "the world's largest-ever … more
To view this in the national legal publication Lawcommentary.com  click here. Celebrity Brittany Spears, though living under a public microscope for most of her life, is still trapped in a … more
  The CDC has issued new guidelines for Americans, saying even if you are vaccinated,  wear a mask especially indoors including at restaurants. The reason for this new recommendation is … more
Goya Foods recently gave Toni's Kitchen a very generous donation of beans, oil, and other foods for the soup kitchen's guests. The Toni's Kitchen team used the Goya donations to prepare meals with … more
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