Lately, as multiple stories in the MSM and the blogosphere--including at least a couple of pieces in Monday's NY Times remind us--thousands of folks, not just around the globe but right here at home,
Re-creation of burned ...
People With Chronic Conditions Account for 84 Percent of All Health Care Spending
Health Quality Partners (HQP) developed an experimental Medicare program in the small town of Doylestown, Pa, not ...
From time to time, I write diaries about what is happening in my home and native land, Canada.
After watching the events in Boston as police searched for the bombers I read various reactions to ...
commentary, Voices and Soul by Justice Putnam Black Kos, Poetry Editor
When I attended Catholic School in Oregon; before, during and after Vatican II, the science classrooms displayed a poster ...
shanikka's DAH just telephoned me. The surgery took longer that usual because they were trying to do it all laparoscopically. They did so, she won't have a huge incision. They had to remove more of ...
shanikka and Susan Gardner, photo by navajo
Our friend, shanikka, has been very, very ill for a month and a half -- and she's been in the hospital for the last three weeks. A bad case of ...
Desmond Tutu, Archbishop Emeritus of Cape Town, South Africa
There are few people in the world who do not know the face of Desmond Tutu . When Nelson Mandela ...
Commentary: African American Scientists and Inventors by Black Kos Editor, Sephius1
Chemist Dennis W. Weatherby will forever be associated with one of the United States’ most well known ...
By the 1890s, the bicycle was creating a social revolution in the United States. Nearly two million bicycles were being manufactured each year and were being sold throughout the country. People who ...