Trump Now Opposes Bipartisan Accord on Health Law Changes

VOA U.S. President Donald Trump voiced his opposition Wednesday to a bipartisan accord on national health law changes, a day after saying he supported it. White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Wednesday, "We've said all along that we want something that
Continue Reading...

Williams Planning June Forum on Marijuana Legalization in PA

With the Pennsylvania General Assembly moving forward on legislation to legalize medical cannabis, state Senator Anthony H. Williams will hold a forum next week at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law, to discuss the pros and cons of legalizing marijuana in Pennsylvania. Sen. Anthony H. Williams’ free forum, “The Great (more...)

Shopping Online? Beware of Counterfeits and Criminals

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer Shoppers around the world are making online purchases in increasing numbers, but buyers should beware of the corresponding increase in online criminals trying to take advantage of them. For the first time, U.S. and European law enforcement agencies have partnered to coordinate the seizures of (more...)

U.S. Has Long History of Aiding, Welcoming Refugees

By Jane Morse Staff Writer The United States has a long history of aiding as well as taking in the world’s refugees, says Secretary of State John Kerry. At a special event at the State Department marking World Refugee Day, Kerry noted that the earliest refugees started coming to America in (more...)

Lev Green Heartens Readers to Contribute in the Tapestry of Judaism

He invites those who have become disconnected from their Judaism to make it part of their core BROOKLINE, Mass. -- Author Lev Green encourages individual Jews, and especially those who have become disconnected from their religion, to understand the role they have to play in contributing to the tapestry of (more...)

U.S. Announces Sanctions Against Iran

The United States took a number of actions February 6 to tighten sanctions on Iran’s access to its oil revenues and further expose the Iranian government’s continued abuse of human rights. Key provisions of the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 (TRA) went into (more...)

Dr. Simon Allen’s Incredible Theory Of Chronic Internal Diseases

For a long time people are trying to understand the causes of chronic disease and whether there is a real way to get rid of them. For this, they are turning to Western and Eastern medicine, folk means and even extra senses. But, unfortunately, all modern and (more...)

Shopping Online? Beware of Counterfeits and Criminals

By Stephen Kaufman Staff Writer

Shoppers around the world are making online purchases in increasing numbers, but buyers should beware of the corresponding increase in online criminals trying to take advantage of them. For the first time, U.S. and European law enforcement agencies have partnered to coordinate the seizures of
(more...)

Health Officials Raise Diabetes Awareness in November

By Charlene Porter Staff Writer

November 14 is a day to give some thought to whether your lifestyle might lead to a disease that is disabling, deadly and on the rise. On World Diabetes Day, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Diabetes Federation are urging us to learn
(more...)

U.S. Treasury Authorizes Assistance for Iran Earthquake Victims

By MacKenzie C. Babb
Staff Writer
The U.S. Treasury Department has lifted restrictions to make it easier for American nongovernmental organizations to offer financial aid to earthquake victims in Iran. “The United States has made it clear that it would offer assistance to the Iranian people as they recover and (more...)

Head Lice Outbreaks Since Spring Break Due

CBS News reported, that "Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware have seen an increase in lice outbreaks since students have returned to school from spring break". Ilene Steinberg is the co-owner of Lice Lifters, a professional head lice removal company in Philadelphia. She explained to CBS News, why spring break (more...)

Pennsylvania Neurosurgeons’ Incredible Achievement

Neurosurgeons from the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine in Pennsylvania have accomplished an incredible breakthrough in medicine: thanks to a brain implant a patient Tim Hemmes, who’d lost his hand in an accident, now can move his prosthesis using only his mind power. The implant connects to a computer (more...)

Working long hours? Watch out for your heart

A long-term study in Britain has showed that working more than 11 hours a day increased the risk of heart disease by 67 percent as opposed to working a normal 8 hour day.  The findings suggest that information on working hours combined with data on blood pressure, diabetes, and smoking (more...)

When Your Dentist Turns Green

Dental offices in the United States flush an estimated 100 million liters of clean drinking water down the drain every day. They also generate some 10,000 kilos of mercury-laden amalgam waste particles — most of which are washed down the sink — and huge amounts of disposable plastics destined (more...)

Hangover. The Day After Yesterday

Hangover is a sickness a person creates by his or her own. Luckily, in most cases it could be cured really fast. Many of adults know how frustrating hangover symptoms could be. However, hangover could be of two types: a light one, because of “alcohol intoxication”, and heavy one, because of (more...)

Powered by ONQANET TECHNOLOGIES

Essential SSL