It doesn’t matter if the car you’re driving is new or old, big or small. Driving technique and proper vehicle maintenance go a long way toward protecting the environment. By following five simple steps, you can do your part by improving gas mileage, which will also save money at the pump.
What does it take to make a building green? More than green paint! A host of technologies and techniques are available to make structures friendlier to the environment, both inside and out. Even the right kind of green paint can help!
That proposed new tax on beverages should be totally rejected. If obesity is associated with poverty then a new tax on soda will increase poverty and obesity. Most of all this Sugar
Imagine if life’s simplest tasks became insurmountable: driving a car, making a sandwich or buttoning a shirt.
During the real estate bubble, older urban neighborhoods across the nation, from Atlanta to Baltimore to Cleveland to Sacramento and countless communities in between fell victim to a devastating plague of predatory lending and mortgage fraud.
My friend didn’t die because she didn’t have Health Insurance. She died because she had cancer.
Here’s a chance to meet one of our era’s most significant authors and artists of the natural world. The Cora Hartshorn Arboretum of Short Hills is sponsoring a free lecture at Drew University on Tuesday, Sept. 22, by nationally renowned birder, author and artist David Allen Sibley. Writers, artists, bird watchers, tree-huggers and outdoor lovers won’t want to miss this event!
I think the NRA, gun-industry backed Concealed Carry law is supposed to work like this: John Q. Citizen, concerned about his personal safety, gets a license to carry a concealed gun. One day he’s walking down the street and a bad guy tries to rob him.
This is in reference to your September 11-17, 2009 article, “Scholarship for Heroism Applications Now Being Accepted.”
Despite the shouting and name-calling at the town hall meetings, I remain hopeful about health care reform. I have no other choice. As an obstetrician-gynecologist, I spent years learning how to keep women healthy. Too often, I find myself telling patients with easily treatable conditions that I can’t help them—they don’t have the money to get well.