It’s no secret that diabetes is becoming the scourge of America. It plagues 1 in 10 Americans, and every one of us probably knows someone who struggles with the disease. In 2017, the US mortality rate for diabetes was 42% higher than the average among 10 other industrialized countries. That’s a poor showing for America.
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Have you ever seen white crusts on soil in Indiana? Yes, it is what you think. Soils can be salty. That’s because salts are present naturally in soil and water and they have the ability to move freely throughout the soil.
Recently, I searched for a business that moved from one site to another. I drove into the complex of buildings to which I knew they moved, but their name was not to be found on any entrance sign. Hence, I called the firm’s office where a recording assured me my call was appreciated and a return call would be made.
Mayor Pete brought smart streets, smart sewers and other infrastructure improvements to South Bend.
A government professor at Skidmore College in upstate New York recently wrote an op-ed that was carried in my local newspaper. My wife recommended the column to me since it was about one of my favorite subjects — the United States Constitution.
Learning the ABCs was the way most English-speaking Americans began their journey in formal education.
From: William Gerhard