Category Archives: health

Covid-19 And The Election

  Mention the year 2020, I get sighs and shaking heads, among other visceral negative reactions.  The reason? You guessed it – it’s the year that Coronavirus barged into our life and etched a permanent memory that will hunt us … Continue reading

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God Bless America!

  Is anyone having fun now-a-day? Economy, race relation, and let’s not forget Coronavirus. Not a single news worth to bring home about. Not a day goes by without sinking deeper. Hope is short but look not to Trump nor … Continue reading

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Old Age Is Not A Disease

  I am first to admit that my memory isn’t what it used to be.  Names of people, places, or things escape my short term memory more readily now-a-day.  I ended up resorting to writing information down to remind myself.  … Continue reading

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Virtual Relationship

Here is the question: Can virtual relationship replace human connection? Before jumping into a debate, let me be clear that the question poses a false comparison.  Because 1) you can’t touch a virtual relationship, 2) the comparison assumes falsely a … Continue reading

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Public Health Crisis In America

  News about hospitals running out of resources in Arizona, California, Florida, and Texas to combat the COVID-19 reveals a bigger problem of the US healthcare system.  The virus is not the blame.  It is just a catalyst.  The real … Continue reading

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Re-open Schools?

  Should the schools be re-open? The answer is unequivocally yes. But the real question is not whether the schools be re-opened but when? The same applies to businesses, communities, and other areas of public interests. Given no vaccine or … Continue reading

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America Is Sick

  This past weekend was one of the more subdued Fourth of July holidays I can remember.  A few firecrackers here and there marked the occasion. Most folks I know opted to stay in than venturing out to face the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 5 Jul 2020

Is the Coronavirus (or rather our response to it) stressing you out? Well, you’re not alone.  65% American believe the COVID-19 pandemic is getting worse, not better.  And this is after Mr. Trump declared it a national emergency almost four … Continue reading

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Mask Or No Mask? That Is Not The Question

  Are Americans taking the COVID-19 seriously, I wonder?  If so, why would there even be a debate on whether to wear mask during the pandemic to protect oneself and others from the virus? According to the Washington Post, mayors … Continue reading

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Running Thought

  While running this morning, a question occurred to me – will I ever run another marathon? Not trying to be dramatic, two concerns stewed behind my question.  First, the future of the COVID-19 is uncertain. But, most Fall marathons … Continue reading

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