Employers asked to see health advances on display at disease management conference

Many experts have suggested that diabetes prevention is going to be a massive target for employers over the next decade. Read More


In time for March’s Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, a new urine-based diagnostic detector is revealed

According to the American Cancer Society, the colon cancer death rate in this country could be cut in half if Americans followed recommended screening guidelines. But currently 1 in 3 adults, over age 50, are not getting tested as recommended. Read More

DEMOCRACY NOW | I Was Looking at This Convention and Then I Saw the Sky

By Randy Gener PHILADELPHIA |  The 2016 presidential election is not about Democrat or Republican, liberal or conservative policies, but about the “American experiment of self-government”– democracy itself, US President Barack Obama told the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night. “It’s not just a choice between parties or policies; the usual debates between left and… Read More

HUMAN RIGHTS | Syria, Sudan, Congo, Pakistan lead 10 countries with worst human rights violations

Based on 31 different types of human rights violations, 34 nations pose an “extreme risk” of human rights violations to their populations — a 70 percent increase over the past six years. Read More

VIDEO | Thinking about the “State of Out Youth”

Video recording of “State of Out Youth: A Town Hall, a panel discussion with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT), and ally youth from across the country about the most pressing issues facing them today. PLUS.. A personal comment: Who gives a damn about the rest of us who are not considered the youth anymore but have been abandoned and left behind? Read More