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Chicago Public Schools Adds over 250 Social Workers

By / July 17, 2018 / , / 0 Comments

Yesterday, the CEO of Chicago Public Schools (CPS), Janice Jackson and the mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel announced that 26 million dollars will be added to the CPS budget to add 160 social workers  and 94 special education case workers beginning this school year 2018-2019. Full time social workers will go to 160 schools and […]

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How Blockchain Technology Can Facilitate Record Keeping

By / July 12, 2018 / , / 0 Comments

Blockchain technology records transactions on a shared database that cannot be altered without verification from all its users.  If blockchain technology were implemented in the health care systems it would be able to comprehensively and securely  track patient health records. Most health records are scattered between primary care providers, specialists, hospital records, etc. It can […]

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Fourth of July

By / July 3, 2018 / / 0 Comments

The Fourth of July is the hallmark of summer for most of us, not only because it’s Independence Day, but also because of the warm summer heat, the barbecues, and the camaraderie. Here’s how we can celebrate our nation’s independence safely, while respecting others, and still having fun! There are many cities who have banned […]

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Yoga Day

By / June 21, 2018 / / 0 Comments

June 21st is not only the first day of summer, but also National Yoga Day! This annual celebration of yoga began in 2015 and has since been practiced by many all over the world!  Yoga has a range of health benefits from strengthening all the major and minor muscles, regulating digestion, improving balance, posture, mental […]

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