The most infamous example of this is Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times correspondent Walter Duranty, who denied reports of famine in Ukraine as “malignant propaganda” while privately confiding that as many as ten million had starved to death. Commission on the Ukraine Famine, which in 1988 concluded “Josef Stalin and those around him committed […]

Read More »

Wearing sunglasses that block 99 percent or more of UVA/UVB rays will help prevent skin cancer to the eye area, says Dr. Guanche, especially while enjoying outdoor activities like surfing or skiing, where light comes from above and is also intensely reflected from below off of the water and snow. (Related: 10 Sports Sunglasses That […]

Read More »

Conclusions: Participatory, co design principles helped overcome differences in understandings of safety in the complex setting of care transfers when developing a safety survey. Practical barriers to the survey TMs usability and acceptability to patients were identified, resulting in a modified survey design. Further research is required to determine the usability and acceptability of the […]

Read More »

OFFENSIVE LINE: Neither team has an edge. Sayreville runs its wing T with speed and precision. The line does an outstanding job opening holes for its backs and protecting Geiger. The effect of two main variables was researched, the concrete infill of the columns and the anchored extension of the blind bolt. The fire resis […]

Read More »