Monthly Archive:: December 2013
Far from being secure places of rehabilitation, too many Latin American jails are violent incubators of crime. Keeping with the spirit of old traditions, like the Aztec’s throwing hornets nests at each other during games, Mexico remains
Although forensic nursing has been in existence in 1976, it has recently enjoyed a surge in demand across the US. In fact, from 2006 to 2010, the job growth for forensic nurses exceeded all other occupations in
Your dog’s teeth need to be kept healthy so that your pet stays healthy as well. Like humans, dogs are subject to gum disease, cavities and other dental ailments which can greatly impair their health and happiness.
Although there are millions of hunting rifles on the market today, you can actually build your own if you wish so that it meets your specifications. You do not need to be a professionally trained gunsmith to
A recent article on sfgate.com revealed a struggle in the San Francisco public defender’s office. Jeff Adachi is the public defender and he begged for two more paralegals or threatened to send homicide cases and other major
By 2020, the need for doctors will outpace the supply and possibly hurt the Affordable Care Act in the long run. It’s estimated that there will be 45,000 less doctors available to help with the estimated influx
Traditional medicine has often been seen as primarily western medicine where patients go to doctors or hospitals to get drugs or surgery while alternative medicine has been put on the periphery and even vilified as ineffectual quackery.
Diesel emissions represent a huge problem in air pollution. The emissions that are put off by diesel engines are known or suspected to contribute or cause problems with asthma, heart attack, and respiratory illnesses of various kinds.