By Ashleigh Crocker, Progress Virginia Washington, DC Despite the fact that millions of Americans have lost their jobs and their health insurance coverage as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, President Trump announced yesterday that he still plans to completely gut the Affordable Care Act.
By Angela Jones Of course, during a pandemic, it is difficult to think about anything other than the health and safety of one’s family. It seems that this pandemic may last a few months; therefore, we must all have a plan for dealing with the
By Heather Moore COVID-19. Swine flu. Bird flu. SARS. MERS. Ebola. Creutzfeldt-Jakob (mad cow) disease. Hoof-and-mouth disease. The number of emerging dangerous infectious diseases has increased significantly in recent decades. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that approximately 75% of new infectious diseases affecting humans originated
BY SHARISE DANTZLER This past May 4th I had the opportunity to make the final payment on my student loan debt of $10,300 and the feeling is still unbelievable. I was so excited to overcome the debt that I released a video to share the
By Randall Bell Discover the “rich habits” that will turn your life into a successful one. What is a winning strategy? Why is it that some people take a dive, while some merely survive, and yet others thrive? What are the core characteristics that all