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Latino Immigration in Nevada is Not What It Appears
The White House ban on travel from seven predominantly Muslim nations has temporarily taken attention away from Latino immigrants to America.
Nevada's Dean Heller remains concerned about Donald Trump's executive order banning travel.
The Republican senator shared his concerns that the president's order is overly broad and is not the way to strengthen national security.
Heller is one of a handful of GOP legislators denouncing the travel ban. Senators John McCain of Arizona and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina also... (more)
Serbia is Being Rediscovered by Tourists and Discerning Individuals Seeking a New Home
Serbia, in the Balkans, is quickly becoming a tourist destination in Southern Europe. With a populace of just under 10 million, Serbia is engaging individuals from all over the world that want to start a new life.
In the summer, visitors spend their time in Belgrade enjoying the national parks. Winter time finds travelers in one of the numerous mountain resorts including Kopaonik — one of the best ski destinations in Europe according to the BBC.
Serbs are warm and welcoming people — particularly... (more)
Did You Hear the One About Missing Brains in Texas
One hundred human brains were thought to have disappeared from the University of Texas at Austin.
The various combination of jokes was endless with the ingredients being: Texas. Republicans. Missing Brains.
No more joking, though; the mystery of the missing brains has been solved — apparently.
University of Texas (Austin) leaders published an announcement saying that the 100 brains which were believed to have been missing were destroyed in 2002 in the routine and regular destruction of organic waste.
"We think... (more)
Lately, it seems Botox is in the news. Sometimes it also seems that some type of criminal behavior related to Botox is in the news as well.
The current crop of stories may just be a speedbump — but it could also be a harbinger of things to come. Observers are split on what the latest rash of indictments and suspensions mean.
Five physicians in Connecticut have been accused by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of buying untested drugs that place patients at risk.
The FDA information shows the five plastic surgeons were identified as members... (more)
How to Naturally Relieve Pain Relief When the Dentist Doesn't Open for Seven More Hours
It’s 2 a.m., and you just got home from a night on the town. That molar that’s been bothering you flares up and this time, the pain is worse than ever.
You go through the medicine cabinet, a man on a mission; there’s no pain relief there. The dentist doesn’t open for another 7 hours, and the pharmacy is closed.
Just how do you stand the pain? Go to the kitchen. In the cupboard, you’ll find some quick home remedies for that knife-lie feeling in your lower jaw.
Dental patients are often made to spend hundreds of dollars to correct blunders made by dentists. One patient paid her dentist to fix her teeth and then had to pay another dentist to fix the mistakes the first dentist made; she didn’t get reimbursed by the way.
Citizens Advice has been receiving many calls with problems surrounding dentistry; some dentists are even refusing to correct their mistakes and the mistakes they made. Citizens Advice, a nonprofit group, helped to resolve over 4000 dental problems in 2015. That is an increase of almost ten percent from the 2014.
Donald Trumps public attacks have ruined the Republican’s desire to maintain “deniability.” That’s something Republicans have tried to hang on to since the civil rights era of the ‘60s.
Coded appeal to racial hatred in: naked bigotry out.
When Obama was elected in 2008, The New York Times headline screamed:
“Obama Elected President; Racial Barriers Fall”
For many, those were giddy days and a feeling of astonishment at what happened prevailed. There was an almost electrical sensation of joy when people started to realize the idea that America had just chosen a black... (more)
Being put behind bars won't be great for your well-being, but it's great business for the exploding private business which provides physicians to jails and prisons.
At a trade fair — the 35th Annual American Jail Association Conference — in Austin, Texas recently, companies lined up to peddle everything from coveralls to meal trays. When the national anthem had been sung, and the chaplain finished praying, the people gathered at Austin's convention center got down to the business of giving money.
How much longer prisons will be the money-generators may answered by who lives at... (more)
If Dr. Arvind Gandhi of Munster, Indiana, a Chicago suburb, ever wants to come out of retirement, he will probably want to work in another field. Maybe become a mechanic at Indianapolis or inspect the moist towelettes at the factory.
He won't be practicing medicine again.
Scarred in Indiana
For thirty years, Debra Davidson was treated by Gandhi. In 2011 she had open-heart surgery. Now, she wonders if she even needed the surgery.
When Davidson turned on the TV, she listened carefully— her doctor, Gandhi, was being featured. The news said that Gandhi had been accused... (more)
Varicose veins are often thought of as a curse of old age. New studies show that as much as 50-percent of substance abusers are also prone to get the unsightly — and sometimes deadly affliction.
Old treatment methods were painful and required days of recovery from surgery. Now victims can get successfully treated during their lunch break.
A large part of sobriety depends on rebuilding self-confidence and boosting self-esteem. Getting laser treatment for varicose veins can go a long way in the rebuilding process
Brett Peaks and a lawyer was 28 started to see that his legs... (more)