Oct 18

#White House Release on #Ebola: What You Need to Know – Oct. 17, 2014

 White House Release on Ebola – October 17, 2014                                                     From: The White House  Ebola: What you need to know At a time when Ebola is all over the news and …

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Oct 17

#Violence Against Women Act (VAWA): Key Features

With this being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and with so many headlines last month about domestic violence and the NFL, we consider it an important time to review key features of he Violence Against Women Act (VAWA):  On March 7, 2013, President Obama signed into law the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013. This Act …

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Oct 16

Domestic Violence: Still a National Health Problem after the NFL Headlines

By, Norma J. Goodwin, M.D., Founder and President Although the headlines last month were all about NFL star players and domestic violence, October is actually Domestic Awareness Violence Month.  Check out the four blog posts we published last month related to increasing awareness about domestic violence as a major health problem – physically, mentally and …

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Oct 16

Flu Season is Here! Get Your Annual Shot Now

By Marilyn DeSouza Seasonal Flu (Influenza) Did you know that the flu season is usually from November through May? This means that if you haven’t gotten your annual flu shot, it’s overdue so get it now!   Flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat and lungs.  These viruses …

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Oct 13

Key Bullying Issues and Tips for Parents – - and Other Adults

Although not apparent at first glance, there are common threads between the epidemic of youth and young adult violence (youth violence) in the nation’s urban areas, and the recent widely publicized suicides among youth who…

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