Monthly Archives: July 2012

Shining a Light on Aurora

Most of us were shocked and deeply saddened by the tragedy that occurred last Friday at the movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. Twelve people lost their lives and another 58 were wounded – 11 critically – during one of the … Continue reading

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Objects in the Mirror May Be Grosser Than They Appear

Smoking remains the number one cause of preventable deaths in the US. Last year, nearly half a million people died of smoking-related illnesses like emphysema and lung cancer. That’s nearly one of every five deaths, a number that is greater … Continue reading

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