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A Toast To Our 2nd Favorite Adult Beverage

A Toast To Our 2nd Favorite Adult Beverage

Wine Aficionado Shares Tips for a Full-Bodied Experience Slide over, sweaty mug of brutish beer; wine has stepped up its game! In the past two decades, zins, cabs and chardonnays have soared in popularity among imbibing Americans. The preference of ...

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Ebola, Human Rights And Poverty – Making The Links

Ebola, Human Rights And Poverty – Making The Links

Photo above: Health workers in an Ebola screening unit in Kenema government hospital, Sierra Leone. Health systems are not just a means for the technical delivery of goods and services; they are part of the core social fabric of societies. ...

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Family Questions Texas Hospital Care Of Ebola Victim

By Lincoln Depradine Pride Contributing Writer The death in Dallas, Texas, of Liberian Ebola patient Thomas Eric Duncan has left many questioning whether he received the same level of care as two white Americans, Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol, who ...

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Voter Apathy In Jamaica

By Rupert Johnson It has been reported that in a recent public opinion poll in Jamaica people are so disenchanted with the governance of the country that a whopping 41% of those enumerated stated that they would not vote if ...

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How To Use Your Data Effectively

How To Use Your Data Effectively

NC – Got data? The term is often thrown around when discussing mobile devices like cell phones or tablets, but few people know when or how to use it, and how much they need. Data is the fuel for your ...

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Good Versus Evil In Today’s World

Good Versus Evil In Today’s World

By Rupert Johnson There is much talk about the constant battle between the existence of good forces and evil forces in today’s world. But before we can discuss what this battle entails, we should seek to define what is meant ...

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