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I brought the donations to the Cleveland Food Bank on Wednesday. When I went to unload the food, the guys were surprised at how much was in my Vibe. He assumed we would just carry the donations but quickly decided to bring a crate over. It turned out to be 470 lbs. I then brought […]
I putting this as this weeks topic of the week. Sunday Homitz LPT of Body Technic Systems brought this to my attention. It was published this week in the Plain Dealer: Originally published as “Study: Back pain treatment does harm” By Diane Suchetka Doctors have been costing the health-care system tens of billions of dollars a […]
Kathi and I are often asked about the diverse collection of music that we play here. My taste in music is eclectic and comes from listing to the radio. One of the great things about living in Cleveland is the variety of music that can be heard on the left hand of the dial. While […]
This week’s Topic: In 2008, the Cleveland Foodbank distributed over 21.6 million pounds of food to 451 hunger programs in six Northeast Ohio counties. The Cleveland Foodbank provides a majority of the food that is distributed at Northeast Ohio hunger centers, including shelf-stable food, perishable food, produce and prepared meals. Breakdown of Foodbank (and associate program) clients […]
Evidently Dennis Kucinich voted against the Health Care Reform Bill H.R. 3962. Here are his reasons: November 7, 2009 Congressman Dennis Kucinich after voting against H.R. 3962 addresses why he voted NO, stating: “We have been led to believe that we must make our health care choices only within the current structure of a predatory, […]
12/8/2022: As time goes on, we are getting more validation on the importance of Vitamin D in relation to Covid. A recent study showed that veterans taking Vitamin D supplements are less likely to get Covid, less likely to spread Covid, Less likely to have severe symptoms, and also less likely to die from it. […]