In 1986 when my twin son was a few months old, he was refused coverage by our medical insurance company because he had a pre-existing condition. As a result, the Atlanta neurologist who — bi-weekly — reviewed and offered diagnosis for our son based on his EEG lab work, always provided us with a per visit invoiceContinue reading “My ‘pre-existing’ experience: Ailing prognosis on Trump Administration’s new medical listing”
We are all aware that student loan debt for the class of 2016 was more than $37,000 per capita, according to the studentloanero.com website. However, be prepared to save, repay your investment and read to understand your new workplace benefits package.
Source: Yes, Black folks commit suicide, too
The first rule of blogging is consistency. I blew the first rule so I will make up for my lengthy absence by filling my blog pages with relevant and regular content that ranges from the public’s right to know via the free press to lessons learned on the campus of Florida A&M University. That rangeContinue reading “Where have I been?”
Originally posted on FAMU School of Journalism & Graphic Communication:
The Florida A&M University School of Journalism & Graphic Communication recently hosted a “Community Conversation” to update Tallahassee leaders, students and faculty on the progress of the debut of the nation’s first 24-hour news network targeted to African American viewers. See enclosed for the update:…
I was surfing my television channels early one Sunday morning and heard the Rev. Charles Stanley state, “stress is a killer.” It got my attention. His words also caused me to reflect on personal experiences and the lives of others where it was evident that stress is indeed a killer or near killer. It’s interestingContinue reading “Save your life: Lessons on reducing stress”