Comment on The 1918 Flu Pandemic: Why It Matters 100 Years Later by Priscilla Laubscher

My grandfather died from the Spanish flu and struck both my father and uncle as children. My father suffered cardiomyopathy and succumbed to it decades later. Financial struggles where perhaps worse since women had less legal rights and job opportunities that had any semblance of equal pay. My grandmother supported her family through a variety […]

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Comment on Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse by brandy rametta

Is this for real? Is consideration of the public even considered in “blogging” anymore. Whomever wrote that has no tact of a respectable journalist but portrays juvenile “news” and storytelling that belongs in teenage film “Twighlight”. Can you let us know when we turn into werewolves and to expect to grow our wings and fly […]

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