By Dr. Akil E. Ross, Sr. I am proud of and believe in our students. I have hope that this generation of students will be the leaders of tomorrow who will “form a more perfect union” as outlined in the Preamble of the US Constitution. In the face of theContinue Reading

By Mike DuBose Everyone has experienced rude or bad customer service, defective products, long telephone-wait-times, and staff or contractors who “overpromise and underdeliver!” When you call for help, some astonishing examples of customer-service frustrations are: Contacting the DMV and hearing 50+ times, from recorded, unenthusiastic tones, “It’s a great dayContinue Reading

By Mike DuBose Our last article focused on medication dangers. Here are some other important thoughts. Save money: Consumer Reports determined “Many Americans, even with insurance, spend more than they should on medications ($1,300+ annually).” Studies show that families are experiencing skyrocketing inflation and some are reducing household expenses toContinue Reading

By: Curtis Loftis South Carolina State Treasurer The flowers, the trees, the birds, even the seasonal allergies signal spring is here. It’s always refreshing – aside from the allergies – to welcome a new season of growth. And it’s good to remember that growth doesn’t need to be limited toContinue Reading

By Mike DuBose Recently, we explored the importance of engaging with competent doctors and seeking annual physicals to maximize good health. Let’s continue our journey on how medications can help or hurt us! Research your medications: Many individuals visit different medical professionals who treat “specific” aspects of their health. ForContinue Reading