Kwanzaa a Celebration of Life

Kwanzaa a Celebration of Life

Get ready, Kwanzaa is on its way. African-Americans throughout the United States are poised to celebrate Kwanzaa, the annual and ever growing festival that founder Dr. Maulana Karenga called a “celebration of life.” The week-long celebration will run from December 26 to January 1 and will culminate in a well-appointed feast and the giving of […]

Republicans Eviscerate Gruber

Republicans Eviscerate Gruber

On Tuesday, well reputed Harvard educated and MIT economics professor, Jonathan Gruber was called to Capitol Hill by Republicans to clarify statements he made regarding the construction of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obama Care. Gruber, a member of the team that authored the Act, had made comments that appeared to suggest that […]

Hospice and Palliative Care

Hospice and Palliative Care

While Hospice care has been around for centuries it is only recently that it has become part of the traditional medical/healthcare landscape. Hospice, otherwise known as palliative or comfort care, is indicated when a person has been diagnosed with a terminal disease and has less than six months to live. It is generally funded by […]