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Tips for Going Green

In a May 2002 study of contaminants in nation-wide stream water samples, the U.S. Geological Survey found persistent detergent metabolites in 69% of streams tested.

Neglected pets feel effect of economy as medical relinquishments rise

In the midst of a human health care crisis, animals are increasingly being left behind to fend for themselves. This year, the San Diego Animal Welfare Coalition took nearly 50,000 abandoned pets under its wing - and medical affordability is a growing reason why.

National Center for Lesbian Rights wins landmark Title IX retaliation lawsuit on behalf of former head basketball coach

The California State Court jury awarded $28,000, the equivalent of one year’s salary, in damages, finding that the District had retaliated against Sulpizio when she complained that Mesa engaged in gender inequities in violation of Title IX, a federal statute that prohibits discrimination based on sex in any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance in the United States.

The importance of nutrition

Recently, I was asked when someone wants to begin working on their nutrition what the first changes should be.
Normally, I make sure to individualize my recommendations for the person I’m working with, but there are some key things that everyone should do.