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Downgrade avoided – Now follow through!
There is no other way to say it, avoiding a downgrade by Moody’s Investors Service was a good thing; now the government has to follow through with its fiscal plan. I said in a previous article that the government was singing the right notes when it...
 
 
Importance of back to school hearing test
Having a hearing test before returning to school may not be on the to-do list of items for many parents, however, since some children do not develop hearing loss until later in their childhood years, having a hearing test before heading back to schoo...
 
 
Cellulitis of the leg/foot
Cellulitis pronounced (sel-u-LIE-tis) is a common skin infection caused by a bacteria (germ). Cellulitis may first appear as a red, swollen area that feels hot and tender when touched. The redness and swelling often spread rapidly and cellulitis is u...
 
 
Travel is education
I guess that we’ve all heard the phrase which is the title of this article, travel is education. But you know, the more I think about it, the more I realize the absolute truth contained in it. I guess that I have been extremely fortunate in being a...
 
 
Venezuela: The longer view
Having established a constituent assembly able to rewrite the Venezuelan constitution, take essential political and economic decisions, and confirm key appointments, President Nicolás Maduro’s government is now moving swiftly to assert its overall...
 
 
Real friends are hard to find
I guess if I were to ask you if you had many friends, you’d probably answer, “Yes I do” and hopefully you do indeed have some, what I refer to as “real friends” as opposed to, what we sometimes refer to as “fair-weather friends”. So D....
 
 
Incentives for using solar
Recently, on a talk show where the subject was the benefit of the domestic use of solar energy, a caller suggested that if government wants people to use solar, it should provide incentives. At first I thought that the caller might not have been awar...
 
 
How to be relevant
"We have to keep transforming ourselves to stay relevant.” – Maurice Levy There has been a lot of discussion lately about some persons' attempts to remain relevant. Many former public figures are striving daily to keep themselves in the spotligh...
 
 
Mas’ all over the Caribbean
During the months of July and August each year, persons all over the world head off on holidays. It is summer time in the western world, with school on holidays. Many families who can afford the financial burden take the children on tours to differen...
 
 
Negative news
I was talking to a good friend of mine the other day and he remarked, that in all his years on planet Earth, which believe me is quite a lot being in his late 80s, he simply said as he was watching the news on television and thus witnessing all of th...
 
 
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