The Ongoing Fight Against Sickle Cell Disease and Anemia

September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month. What do you know about it? Sickle Cell Disease encompasses several disorders in which a person’s red blood cells become hard and sickle-shaped, causing autoimmune issues of varying types. Sickle Cell Anemia is a disease in that collective that has affected millions of individuals—mostly African-Americans and other international members…
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Not Just an Eight Hour Day

Labor Day was established to recognize the struggles working-class people and families have gone through in the history of the United States. Since the Industrial Revolution, workers have had to endure fear, pain, and death to get the rights made available to so many of us today, including paid time off for both illness and…
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