July 29, 2022

A Republican congressman, who happens to be a medical doctor, replied in an interview that we’re all just going to have to regard COVID as we do the flu. Something we’ll have to be vaccinated against on a yearly basis. To that end, Biden admin’s announcement yesterday about booster shots may be the new normal; We’ve all heard about the last minute climate bill deal reached in the Senate but what’s in it?; We hear a recession is coming. We know how inflation hits each of us personally but what exactly can a recession do to us?; Experts warn of the “worse” wave of opiod overdoses is on the horizon; One NFL player wants to make it easy for people to volunteer at nonprofits; and Researchers find a surprising link in Mexico between murder rates and schools. Go beyond the headlines…

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NFL player unveils app as way to connect people who want to volunteer and for nonprofits to find new donors

Mexico: New research shows the link between opening schools and falling murder rates

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