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Censorship Leaves Us In the Dark. Keep the Light On – Please

Freedom to read celebration Sept. 22-28 By Terry Miller This past week a story caught my attention and therefore spawned this article. A Catholic school in Nashville, Tenn. decided to remove the Harry Potter series of books from the school library’s shelves. “These books present magic as both...

Mental Health Advice With Stan: How to Convince an Addict to Get Help Right Away

By Stanley Popovich There are many reasons why people who struggle with drugs and alcohol do not get the help they need to overcome their addictions. Some family members who see their loved ones struggle may have a difficult time in getting their loved ones assistance. Here...

Career Corner: Who Do You Plan to Relocate?

By Angela Copeland Job interviews are full of bias. Very often, it's unconscious. Companies want to be fair. They don't often realize where they may be biased. That’s where rules around interviewing come in. There are certain laws in place to help minimize bias in...

Career Corner: What Have You Done in the Last Five Years?

By Angela Copeland There's a new question emerging in the world of job seeking. It's something I never expected. It doesn't happen in every interview but it happens enough that it's worth mentioning. As you grow in your career, companies expect more. More senior roles...

Ask Dr. Canzoneri: Best Water to Drink for Teeth Health

By Kenneth Canzoneri DDS Dear Dr. KC: I know that it is important for my family to drink lots of water. My question is: what kind of water? Tap water, bottled water, filtered water, water with fluoride or without? I know this sounds like a...

Reader Shares Thoughts on Black Women’s Equal Pay Day

Did you know that in 2019, a black woman has to work for 598 days to make the same amount a man makes in 365 days? On average, Black women are paid 39% less than white men and 21% less than white women. That is...

Mental Health Advice With Stan: How to Manage the Fear of Loneliness in Your Life

By Stanley Popovich Many people deal with the fear of living alone. Loneliness can make someone feel depressed and unhappy so it’s important to not let being alone be a factor in your life. Here is a list of techniques that a person can use so...

Mental Health Advice With Stan: How To Help A Person Struggling With PTSD

By Stan Popovich Do you know someone who struggles with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and don’t know how to help them? If so, here are seven helpful tips to help the person cope in these kinds of situations. 1. Learn as Much as You Can in...

Career Corner: The Job Seeking Mistakes We Make

By Angela Copeland Job searching is hard work. That saying "getting a job is a job" couldn't be truer than it is right now. I hear from job seekers every day who are struggling, and rightfully so. But, it may not be for the reasons...

Tauck Small Group Journeys Offer Big Experiences and Then Some

Something special happens when you travel with a small group of just 24 like-minded travelers — lasting friendships and a deeper level of camaraderie are just the beginning. Guided, small-group trips allow more time to discover each destination up close with the freedom to...
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