Child Sexual Abuse In Schools: How Common Is It?
Survivors of child sexual abuse have a substantially increased chance of having long-term mental, emotional, and bodily illnesses like despair, remorse, and anxiety, according to research. Sexual assault at schools and even at home is difficult to forget, and it affects how the sufferer believes and acts for the rest of their lives. Some academics […]
Are Your Home Health Contractors Actually Employees?
In the US in general and Florida in particular, it is a common practice to label home health care workers as independent contractors instead of employees. But, with the Department of Labor of the country concentrating its focus on whether such employees are being misclassified as contractors, many employers could soon end up in trouble. […]
What to Know About Omicron
A new variant of the dreaded coronavirus has taken the world by storm, with speculations on its effects leading to increased panic in the US and other parts of the world. As per headlines, the variant, which was first identified by scientists in South Africa, was officially named Omicron. With the news making headlines all […]
6 Best Santa Maria Bike Trails For Every Skill Level
With stunning beaches, vibrant vineyards, and picturesque landscapes, Santa Maria is no less than a paradise for travelers. And the best way to discover the beautiful secrets of the location is on a bike. Santa Maria has numerous trails that are sure to live up to your expectations. From easy, casual rides with family or […]
30 Years After a Landmark Disability Law, the Fight for Access and Equality Continues
Thirty years ago, on the 26th of July, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – the civil rights legislation was signed. As per this law, schools and workplaces should have ramps, elevators, designated parking spots, and curb cuts. This is to help people with a range of disabilities, including the ones who are blind […]
Creating Realistic New Year’s Resolutions
One hell of a ride – that’s precisely what 2020 has been. All we did was eat, sleep, wake up and lose our wits, all the while having been confined in our homes. But now that 2021 is here, you finally have something to look forward to. A year of fresh beginnings hope and well, […]
Churches Fight Against Restrictions on Public Gatherings
Now that governments all around the world are opening their states to recover from the loss of economy suffered due to the novel coronavirus, other institutions are also getting in the line. Various worship houses across the U.S. are fighting for their right to worship in-person instead of online. For several worship houses in New […]
Vaping Vs Tobacco
COVID 19, a primarily respiratory disease, has become the cause of a Pandemic. At this time, other sources of respiratory diseases like smoking or vaping increase the chances of contracting the virus. However, the recent campaigns against e-cigarette seem to create a binary between smoking tobacco and vaping. The worst fact about this circumstance is […]
Will These New California Laws In 2018 Affect You?
1. Crime and Punishment Anyone who “willfully recorded a video” of a violent attack, and was an attacker or accomplice during the attack, who then streamed or posted on a site like Facebook, could receive additional penalties. 2. Transportation Drivers for ride hail companies like Uber and Lyft can be cited for a DUI if […]
Parkinson’s Disease: The Bigger Picture
Personal Perspective on Parkinson’s “Sara! Come sit down with me and listen to this song.” Youtube is calling again and with a sigh, I try to find an excuse to get to the kitchen and help my mom with the dishes or take the dog out for yet another potty break. You see, my dad […]