BOLIVAR COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI. — GRANDMOTHER IN CUSTODY FROM THE DEATH OD A 20 MONTH OLD TODDLER WHO WAS STABBED THEN PLACED IN THE OVEN. In Shaw, Mississippi a 48 year old grandmother has been charged for a toddlers death. The grandmother lived with the toddler and the toddler was found in the oven, baked, after […]Read More 20 month-old toddler dies by Grandmother
Learn How Holistic Health’s History Shaped the Practice it is Today Holistic health practitioners have many ways of healing, but they share a common basic approach. They believe in the ancient idea that healing is most effective when you consider the whole person, rather than focusing on specific illnesses, body parts or symptoms. As Socrates […]Read More A History of Holistic Health
When taking care of our health, it’s important to take the right medication. It could be to take care of an illness or it could be to improve our wellbeing in order to recover from something we’ve experienced in the past. It’s such a normal thing nowadays to take medication that you rarely ever think […]Read More Comparing the Benefits of Natural and Synthetic Medicine
Holistic medicine is a form of healing that considers the whole person — body, mind, spirit, and emotions — in the quest for optimal health and wellness. According to the holistic medicine philosophy, one can achieve optimal health — the primary goal of holistic medicine practice — by gaining proper balance in life. Natural […]Read More What Is Holistic Medicine?
GREENVILLE, S.C. — A South Carolina student was arrested after bringing a knife to school, which she said she used to snort cocaine off of, Greenville police said. Jacey Romano, 18, was arrested Tuesday for carrying a weapon on school property at West Greenville School, police said. Student brings knifeRead More Police: Student brought knife to school, said it was for snorting cocaine
Mapping Displacement and Gentrification in the San Francisco Bay Area Northern California’s booming jobs and housing market necessitates a careful look at the causes and consequences of neighborhood change to protect residents that are most vulnerable to potentially being displaced. Wages of low income residents have not kept pace with the sky-rocketing housing prices resulting […]Read More Gentrification In the Bay Area
As complaints about the homeless soar, Modesto has rolled out an effort to help them and get them off the streets. The Homeless Engagement and Response Team — consisting of a police officer and a firefighter paramedic — started in July. By McClatchy Read more here: https://www.modbee.com/news/article214637465.html#storylink=cpy July 10, 2018 03:08 PM Updated July […]Read More ‘I don’t want to die out here.’