Trump vs. Twitter

Posted on: January 15, 2021

The final straw. Last week, Twitter announced the permanent suspension of Donald Trump’s Twitter account due to the violation of company policy and the risk of further incitement of violence. This ban has come in the wake of violent riots at the U.S. Capitol, investigations, and other big moves from major tech companies in order

A Vaccination Conversation Part II: Discussing Health Literacy with Dr. Eileen Fry-Bowers

Posted on: December 9, 2020

Vaccines have long been the center of controversy and the Covid-19 vaccine is no exception. Fears of side effects and unknown risks loom over people’s heads as they struggle to determine, should I get the vaccine when it is available or wait a while? We expect people to make a good decision for their own health and for the safety of others with information presented,

Out of the woods, finally?

Posted on: November 17, 2020

Will things start to finally look up with a new vaccine? Or will this bring up new fires we have to put out? With the most recent news about a covid vaccine from Pfizer and Moderna, we were intrigued to see how the general population felt. In our latest pulse check, we found that overall, most of our respondents have

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