Guantanamo’s Inmate Count at All-Time Low

By Luis Cabrera One of the campaign promises of candidate Obama back in 2008 was to close the United States’ Detainee Center in Guantanamo Bay. Four years later, his administration may be quietly moving toward that goal. The inmate population there is at an all-time low with a prisoner count of only 168, down from […]

What the heck is Alzheimer’s

By Lisa Wurthmann Many times, Alzheimer’s is lightly referred to as “Old Timer’s Disease or CRS (Can’t remember s—). However, aging and memory loss do not automatically equate to the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease. After all, how many of us find ourselves in the kitchen only to wonder what we’re looking for? Most likely, it […]

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