Sunday, January 26, 2020

How to solve problems without attacking people

DREAMSTIME/TNSSolving any problem means getting to the truth of the matter. BY JUDI LIGHT HOPSON TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE

Choose cold remedies carefully if you have high blood pressure

MAYO CLINIC NEWS NETWORK/TNS Over-the-counter cold remedies aren’t off-limits if you have high blood pressure, but it’s important to...

Social Security lists its most helpful sites for 2019

BY NICOLE TIGGEMANN TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE We provide our online services to improve our service to you. Here are...

Family of Black doctors has social media buzzing

Dr. Herbert Oye (fourth from left), is a Nigerian immigrant. Upon moving to the United States, he attended medical school and...

Will we let money be the root of winning the presidency?

Democrats started this presidential campaign season with more than 20 candidates. Eventually, it dropped to about a...

We must have a 20/20 vision for our country

For some reason, whenever I go to the eye doctor, I expect to get a good report...

The struggle to keep the Emancipation Proclamation alive

Wednesday, Jan. 1, began the new year. It also marked the anniversary of a new America. 

Alzheimer’s is topic of Council on Aging presentation

The Council on Aging of Volusia County is hosting a free educational presentation by the Progressive Medical Research on Friday, Jan. 24...

Daytona library to present jazz concert

The Ray Guiser Quartet will perform original arrangements of modern and classic jazz pieces by some of Daytona Beach’s finest musicians at...

Volusia’s Cultural Council to meet Jan. 24

The Cultural Council of Volusia County will meet at 9 a.m. Friday, Jan. 24, at the Commemorative Air Force, Florida wing, of...