Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men in the United States. It reduces blood flow to the heart, which can cause a heart attack. Half of men who die suddenly of heart disease have no previous symptoms. Continue Reading →
In a story we didn’t see coming, early this morning we received a number of e-mails, calls from electeds, residents, celebs and others regarding Harlem, New York petitioning to become part of Russia. Continue Reading →
The murders of 49 people Sunday morning in Orlando during the largest mass shooting in United States history was horrific enough for anyone in the country to digest. Continue Reading →
By Daniel G. Amen, M.D., and Max Cleland
Most people probably think wars end when the shooting stops.
But that’s not the case for those who do the fighting. For them, the war lives on long after they return home and try to resume normal lives. Continue Reading →
Lynda Ireland, the former president and CEO of the New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council (The Council) and considered one of the nation’s leading advocates in M/WBE business development, died at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital of New Brunswick, NJ at age 67 on March 27 following a long illness. Continue Reading →