COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA — If President Donald Trump’s ambitious plan to wipe out HIV transmission in America by 2030 is to have any chance of success, it will have to reach people like Kwanna Dingell’s mother. In April, she walked into an emergency room in rural South Carolina seven times — and seven times she was refused care. That final time, the hospital called the police, who put the homeless woman in jail. From there, she went back to the same hospital, where she spent 18 days in the psychiatric ward.Story Continued Below Frantic, Dingell finally tracked her mother down with help from the police, only to find that a hospice nurse was also looking for her, wanting to alert the hospital that Dingell's mother had HIV. She had kept it a secret — from her daughter, from her community and from health care providers, who may have treated her quite differently had they known she was probably suffering from HIV-related dementia. Public health now has the … [Read more...] about Trump’s bid to wipe out AIDS will take more than a pill
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | Why Can’t Men Say ‘I Love You’ to Each Other? Advertisement Supported by Modern Love College Essay Contest It doesn’t count if you add “bro” or “man” to the end. ByRicardo F. Jaramillo May 10, 2019 I’m having When people say, “I love you,” especially for the first time, there are a number of things they may be saying. Maybe it’s, “Do you love me?” (the question smuggled inside the confession), or, more urgently, “Please love me.” With Kichi, it’s not like that. I know he loves me. I feel it all the time. I don’t need to ask for his love. I don’t need to wonder. I tell him I love him for a simple reason: Nothing could be more true. But he doesn’t say it back. Mostly I’ve said it … [Read more...] about Why Can’t Men Say ‘I Love You’ to Each Other?
The national college admissions scandal that has rocked elite universities revived the discussion about whether where you go to college determines success and the role of privilege in that process.With actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman expected in court Wednesday to face charges, the conversation over college cred is particularly timely as colleges release their admission decisions and high school seniors and their families send off deposits by May 1 to secure a spot in the class of 2023.The Tribune reached out to some Chicago-area CEOs to ask where they went to college and what they got out of it. Many went on to earn advanced degrees at other institutions, but we found they put a lot of stock in their undergraduate experiences.Matt MaloneyFounder and CEO, GrubhubMichigan State University, class of 1998B.S., natural scienceMatt Maloney has a theory: It doesn’t really matter where you get an undergraduate degree.“There was no conscious decision to end up in … [Read more...] about With the admissions scandal in the news, we asked 10 Chicago CEOs: Does where you go to college really matter?
Friday, February 01, 2019 by: JD Heyes Tags: abortions, blackface, democrat, governor, hypocrisy, KKK, KKK hood, left cult, Left-wing, medical school, photograph, racism, racist, Ralph Northam, Twisted, Virginia, white supremacist, yearbook (Natural News) It’s not been a good week for the Democratic governor of Virginia, Ralph Northam. After taking loads of heat from tens of millions of Americans over comments in which he refused to condemn a bill introduced in the House of Delegates that would authorize doctors to perform abortions up to and including the moment before birth, a picture from his medical school yearbook — where he studied to become a pediatrician, no less — surfaced showing him dressed either in blackface or in a KKK hood. The photo, from Northam’s 1984 med school yearbook, shows two people holding what appear to be cans of beer. The person in blackface is smiling and wearing sunglasses. After multiple media requests for a comment from him … [Read more...] about BOMBSHELL: Virginia Gov. Ralph “Infanticide” Northam’s med school yearbook features him in a photo wearing either blackface or a KKK hood
BUTARO, RWANDA — Three hours along a bumpy dirt road from the capital of Rwanda, a new medical school is emerging from the unlikeliest of places — a small hilltop in the poor farming village of Butaro. The school’s name reveals its ambitious mission: The University of Global Health Equity. It aims to transform both medical education and medical care for the rural poor in central Africa and to serve as a model for more equitable health care around the globe. The new university is setting out to achieve this from the poorest part of Rwanda, a nation still recovering and rebuilding from genocide and civil war a quarter-century ago. Story Continued Below From this village, where only one in four residents finish primary school and the first doctor arrived just a decade ago, this new species of medical school aims to train doctors to treat the world’s people as they mostly live in the real world, without access to expensive and high-tech services. And its emphasis … [Read more...] about What a medical school on a Rwandan hilltop can teach the United States