As Americans consider whether to vote for Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump for president, we've also put the Clinton Foundation and Trump Foundation under the microscope, peppering both organizations with accusations of self-dealing, conflicts of interests and questionable charitable purpose. These stories provide a great opportunity to reflect and refresh ourselves about the risks we should all be thinking about when managing a family foundation. Based…
How the Outdoors Opens Opportunity for At-Risk Youth
As we announce the 2016 grant projects, we take time to look back at the impact The San Diego Foundation Opening the Outdoors Program has had in San Diego.
Underage Drinking-Why Do Adolescents Drink, What Are the Risks, and How Can Underage Drinking Be...
Research also shows that many adolescents start to drink at very young ages. In 2003, the average age of first use of alcohol was about 14, compared to about 17 1/2 in 1965 (7,8). People who reported starting to drink before the age of 15 were four times more likely to also report meeting the criteria for alcohol dependence at some point in their lives (9). In fact, new research shows that the serious drinking problems (including what is called alcoholism) typically associated…
What to know about pre-existing condition protections in the fight over healthcare
Republicans and Democrats disagree about whether the protections will continue.
Can Neighborhood Conditions Predict the Risk of Heart Failure?
Heart failure is a rampant public health concern across America, especially in the southeastern United States. Prior research suggests that heart failure and its related health risk factors (such as coronary heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity) are associated with income and educational attainment. Emerging research suggests that neighborhood conditions may also contribute …
Why Men In Mississippi Are Still Dying Of AIDS, Despite Existing Treatments
President Trump has pledged to eliminate HIV in America by 2030. But in the South, rates of HIV/AIDS among black gay and bisexual men remain stubbornly high.
What is Die Casting?
What is die casting? Learn how aluminum die casts and zinc die casts are made by Dart Casting Inc;, a Chicago die casting company.
How Many ObamaCare Patients Have Pre-Existing Conditions?
Betsy McCaughey writes that the president claims that 133 million would be in jeopardy from pre-existing conditions if ObamaCare is repealed, but it’s more like 500,000—and there are better ways to insure them.
Rules for others, pre-existing conditions, atheism, banning AR-15, immigration
Two sets of rules I was a die-hard Democrat who went along with the maligning of Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones. They had attacked our Prince,...
Pre existing conditions before the Affordable Care Act
Before the Affordable Care Act was passed it was up to the states and insurance companies to set regulations for pre existing conditions
Quick Guide to Pre-Existing Conditions
Travel Insured provides a quick guide to understand pre-existing conditions for their protection plan.
What pre-existing conditions might not the AHCA protect?
What pre-existing conditions might not be covered under the AHCA?
COVID-19: Your Questions Answered
(WHAM) - As the number of novel coronavirus cases continues to rise around the world, there is new information coming in for health experts and community leaders on a daily basis. On Tuesday, March 31, 13WHAM News held a live discussion to take questions submitted by people living in the Rochester area who want to learn about COVID-19 and its effects on a wide variety of things in our community, including work, insurance, closures, and more. Guests on the panel were: Dr.
COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 12 October
Top stories: Cases in India top 7 million; China to test city of 9 million; record daily rise in Russia and how the second wave is hitting Western Europe.
COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 27 October
Top stories: 'Serious acceleration' needed to tackle surging European cases; antibody immunity might wane over time; new restrictions across Europe.
COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 25 November
Top stories: Americans urged to stay at home over Thanksgiving; new forecast for airline industry losses; France to begin easing lockdown.
How the revised Trumpcare plan could hit Americans with pre-existing conditions
By Meg Wagner Paying more for less coverage Less than two weeks after a GOP bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act died, White House officials met with members of Washington’s conservative bloc who refused to back it in a bid to devise a new plan — and this new proposition could leave many Americans who have pre-existing health conditions without the care they need.
COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 5 October
Top stories: Record case rises in nine US states; WHO chief calls for solidarity; restrictions to be lifted in Auckland.
How common are super-spreaders of COVID-19?
Research identified 45 super-spreading events during the current pandemic, with between 10 and 55 people being infected.
COVID-19: What you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on 3 November
Top stories: Spain sets record one-day case increase; hope for 'cellular immunity'; WHO advises countries to invest in basics.