Author: BHFN

Page: 6

Walking for exercise at a pace that induced pain or discomfort improved walking ability among people with peripheral artery disease, or PAD, according to new research published today in the Journal of the American Heart Association, an open access, peer-reviewed journal of the American Heart Association. About 150,000 nontraumatic amputations occur annually, according to the […]

For decades, Hillsdale College and Grove City College mirrored each other. Fiercely independent, neither takes any federal dollars, including government-backed student loans, in order to be exempt from most federal rules. Located in bucolic settings — Hillsdale in agricultural southern mid-Michigan and Grove City in the hills of western Pennsylvania — one feels smarter simply by stepping […]

OLYMPIA FIELDS — Lynn McDaniel is a blur as she clacks down the stairs of architect William E. Brazley’s 7,000-square-foot mansion in her cheetah-print shoes.  McDaniel’s glasses, fingernails and lips are all red as she walks to a living room decorated with cream, plush carpet and ’80s furniture. Hanging on and leaning against the walls […]

Photos: YouTube The January 6 committee hearings have put into stark relief just how close Donald Trump and his supporters came to overturning the 2020 presidential election. But the insurrection itself was just one part of a broader political trend of our democracy — and its constituent institutions — coming under assault. The Supreme Court has been an essential […]

Salary budgets for U.S. employees are projected to increase in 2023, mainly influenced by a labor market with more open jobs than people to fill them and inflation’s impact on employees’ pay expectations, despite signs that the economy is slowing. Consultancy WTW’s July Salary Budget Planning Report found that companies are budgeting an overall average […]

NORFOLK, VA (WTKR)- Dorian Finney-Smith has seen stardom at every level of basketball, but through it all, he’s never forgotten where he’s come from. The Dallas Mavericks forward hosted his first Black Tie Gala on Friday night at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott to benefit his Finney Family First Foundation. The non-profit’s mission is to encourage […]

Air Force Putting Software First for Next-Gen Air Dominance (Updated) NGAD concept artwork The Air Force already determined that the replacement for the F-22 Raptor will not be a single plane, but a portfolio of next-generation capabilities to face warfare in a contested environment. Now, Pentagon leaders say to reach air dominance by the end […]

The Minnesota Orchestra has named Danish conductor Thomas Søndergård its next music director. A mid-career maestro with a hefty discography, Søndergård leads the Royal Scottish National Orchestra. During visits to Orchestra Hall in December and April, his warmth and range earned raves from musicians and audience members. His first rehearsals with the Minnesota Orchestra were […]

The food justice movement is a grassroots initiative and structural view that sees nutritious food as a human right. It argues that lack of access to healthy food is both a symptom and cause of the structural inequalities that divide society, while recognizing how race, class, and gender play vital roles in the way . […]

Comment on this story Comment With US President Joe Biden having departed the Middle East, the region’s two prime antagonists are thinking about just getting along. Iran and Saudi Arabia, having completed five rounds of talks in Iraq over the past year, both said last week they were moving toward higher-level negotiations on reconciliation. Paradoxically, […]

Current track