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Posts Tagged With ‘ 2019 ’


CDC Warns of a Bad Flu Season

September 19th, 2019

It’s impossible to know for certain how a flu season will be, but the flu season in the Southern Hemisphere may be an indicator for how bad the flu will be in the Northern Hemisphere. In Australia, where winter and flu season are wrapping up, the flu started early in the year and a particularly virulent flu strain, H3N2, dominated. In the US, a 4-year-old child has already died from the flu. A death so early in the season can also indicate a particularly nasty flu that may be worse than usual. Last year’s flu season ran from Oct. 1, 2018, to May 4. Doctors recommend getting the flu... Read More

Year of the Earth Pig with Colorado Springs Chinese Cultural Institute

January 30th, 2019

“With each passing moment, let us embrace the New Year with a brighter, more colorful, and more joyous future. Happy New Year! ”  Celebrating New Year’s Day poetically encourages a 360 degree view of reality. Its presence naturally creates an added dimension to the typical holiday reflections. Instead of only remembering the past, we also realize what currently is and what could potentially be. In America, the New Year is like a 4th of July-Thanksgiving-Halloween-Birthday—a firework laced celebration for ourselves in which we are grateful to have lived and also, we dress up. Aside from... Read More

A Chance to Visit Rainbow Falls this Winter

January 25th, 2019
Rainbow Falls

Rainbow Falls Manitou Springs    Short hike (0.3 m) Easily accessible Scenic Dog Friendly Usually closed off during the winter months, the beautiful and extremely popular Rainbow Falls trail, located near Manitou Springs will reopen for a special moment next month. El Paso County Parks and Rec has arranged a must-see opportunity for the public to view the waterfall from a very different perspective. This event is scheduled to take place (weather permitting!) on Saturday, February 23rd, from 11 am to 3 pm.   February 23rd, 2019  11am – 3pm Rainbow Falls Winter Viewing by El Paso... Read More

7 Apps to Track the New Year

January 2nd, 2019
2019 apps the help you keep motivated

Beginning a new year marks the start of future plans and in many ways is a representation of rebirth. Money, scheduling, and motivation are common factors among the most popular “NYR.” Unfortunately, it so happens that almost 90% of Americans are not successful in maintaining these goals. Sounds to me that we can use all the help we can get.   You may need to invest in equipment or supplies to satisfy a resolution. Mint – Is a money management tool that tracks finances and helps you budget by connecting to your online financial institutions. Compatible with Android and IOS. Ranked... Read More

Marijuana Now, Lately & In 2019?

December 21st, 2018
Leaf of the Week

Uruguay legalizes recreational Marijuana for citizens ( 2013). Widely available and decriminalized in Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, and South Africa. Since 2012, 10 U.S. states (and Washington D.C.) have legalized Marijuana recreationally, and 66% of states have legalized medically, as of 1996. Study by, Santa Fe Institute(2014) predicts U.S. federal legalization of Marijuana by 2021. Marijuana sales in Colorado exceeded $1 billion, (Jan-Oct2018) according to a report by the Colorado Department of Revenue. Canada legalizes recreational Marijuana (Oct2018). Trending in the Nation Marijuana... Read More