Posted in Our Blog on July 28, 2012
The 2012 US Presidential election is quickly approaching. As the campaign intensifies, the two nominees will be forced to address the needs of the diverse constituencies within the United States. Among the most critical demographic groups lies the Hispanic population.
Posted in Our Blog on July 26, 2012
With The Times-Picayune refusing to heed the widespread outrage from New Orleanians who aren’t ready to lose their beloved daily paper, it seems another newspaper will swoop in to fill the void. The Advocate, which has been Baton Rouge’s daily
Posted in Our Blog on July 23, 2012
Drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional deaths among children, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Recently, a Times-Picayune article documented one such case, in which Zaven Spears of Kenner perished as a result of his
A Calorie Is a Calorie? In a recent article from the Los Angeles Times called “Types of calories count,” writer Eryn Brown explains how specific studies have been conducted to test the idea of whether a calorie is a calorie.