The holiday season is a wonderful time to donate, volunteer your time, and make an impact in the community. Seeking out an opportunity to contribute to your community during the holidays is a wonderful start. Beyond the holiday season, organizations that provide outreach services are often short on volunteers. Consider volunteering this holiday season, and… Continue reading Where to Volunteer and Support the Tucson Community Through the 2023 Holiday Season
Because of science, President Richard Nixon signed into law on April 1, 1970, the Public Health Cigarette Smoking Act, banning cigarette ads from airing on television and radio. On July 1, 2004, the Clean Indoor Air Act went into effect, banning smoking in all enclosed public places except in designated areas. On December 2016, e-cigarettes were added. In late 2019, many… Continue reading Science
Most Americans have some type of face covering due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether homemade, scarves, bandanas, or purchased at your local store, a face covering is strongly recommended by the CDC and mandated by most local governments. Face masks combined with other preventive measures, such as frequent hand-washing and physical distancing, help slow the… Continue reading What Type Of Face Mask Provides The Best Protection Against COVID-19?
Black Lives Matter I’m at a loss to understand how this is a question or threatening or political-Black Lives Matter. Period. When the history of Black people is predicated on being enslaved, abuse, rape, terror, bondage- and the very relics that remind us of those horrors are still revered- it is imperative to state, Black… Continue reading Black Lives Matter
We all want to socialize. We all miss it. That's what makes us human. But not at the expense or risk to our health and lives. As time goes by, we start to believe it's no longer an issue or a problem for us. That is not true. Sadly, the longer we ignore the basic… Continue reading Socializing During The Covid Pandemic