During quarantine, medical, financial and household issues may have cropped up. Preparing before your visit can ease tensions and get to what you really want — a joyful visit.
The Indiana Fever announced today Hoosiers can begin nominating recipients for the ‘Anthem Assists’ award on Tuesday, June 1. Fans can nominate a student, co-worker, neighbor, friend, relative, volunteer or community leader who is making a difference through their commitment to inspiring change here.
The CDC estimates that 61 million American adults have some kind of disability. That’s 24%, or 1 in 4 who have some kind of significant physical, cognitive, or mental impairment. Such a high population should enable disabled Americans to wield real influence on disability policy and practices, as well as cultural attitudes about disability. But not everyone who has disabilities readily identifies themselves as disabled, or thinks of themselves as part of the population generally understood to be disabled.
More education typically leads to better health, yet Black men in the U.S. are not getting the same benefit as other groups, research suggests. The reasons for the gap are vexing, experts say, but may provide an important window into unique challenges Black men face as they try to gain not only good health but also equal footing in the U.S.
More than 70 percent of Americans who are 65 or older are fully vaccinated, and 84 percent have received at least one dose, a much higher proportion than for younger Americans, according to federal data. The numbers have surpassed President Biden’s goal of at least partly vaccinating 70 percent of the nation’s adults by July 4. Some counties have blown far past that threshold, getting shots into more than 90 percent of residents 65 and older and offering an example for other areas where vaccine campaigns have lagged. Two of the most populous 90-percent-plus counties are Jo Daviess County, Ill., across the Mississippi River from Dubuque, Iowa, and Dane County, Wis., which includes Madison, the state capital.
Teen girl punk band goes viral for their catchy and on-point “Racist, Sexist Boy” chant | Scary Mommy
Four incredible teen and tweenaged girls created a band called The Linda Lindas and they’ve gone viral after sharing a video filmed in the Los Angeles Public Library jamming out to a song they wrote about racism and sexism.
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