Editorial/Opinion

Overcoming Depression Is In Women's Power

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Published in Cape May County Herald. Data indicates women suffer from depression more than men. According to data collected by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and National Institute of Health, one out of 10 women experiences frequent depressive symptoms and one out of every four women will experience clinical depression during their lifetime compared to only one out of every eight men respectively. Women's depression is increasing globally because their lives are being affected

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HIV/AIDS Prevention Programs, Education Needed

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Published in Cape May County Herald.  

According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 38,300 people were living with HIV/AIDS in New Jersey (as of June 2015).

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Illegal Drugs and Vulnerability

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 Women, Illegal Drugs and Vulnerability

Published in Cape May County Herald. : 

The United Nations April 19 adopted a new framework for drug control and made a report which states, “…to address and counter the world drug problem, appropriate emphasis should be placed, on individuals, families, communities and society as a whole, with a view to promoting and protecting the health, safety and well-being of all humanity.”

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Cancer Awareness Empowers Women

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Published in Cape May County Herald. http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/opinion/letters_to_the_editor/article_a700f0fc-e7a5-11e5-9418-d7fff5f903c3.html


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People in search of a future (freedom, security and opportunity)

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Published in UPI ASIA New Blog.

(Revised article) A desire for financial  freedom, financial security and opportunity is sending many of young people out of their county in search of better lives.
A friend of mine who recently moved said her life there was an improvement.

"I feel secure. My son goes to school regularly and my husband has
started to work," she said. "At least no one will come in the middle

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Economic system endeavor to provide jobs

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Published in Newsblaze.com, Opednews.com

A good economic system features selfish incentives for creative and hardworking people. It is a system where selfishness benefits both the producer and the consumer, since the latter is the final arbiter of what is sold, as "the consumer is king." Since a bad economic/political's economy will lack adequate incentives, its workers will not produce well.

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Poverty Alleviation In Nepal

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Published in worldpress.org.

Creating development means creating goods and services of greater value. So now we want to talk not about wealth creation, but about human rights and freedom.

If we study the history of development and poverty, we will find that Western farm surpluses are caused mostly by productivity improvements caused by advances in farm machinery and crop chemistry (fertilizers, pesticides, etc.).

For an example of how leaders can make all the difference in people's living conditions, there is no better example than Japan.

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Memories of our friendship

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Published in UPI Asia blog. (revised article) : Life is confusing and has its poisonous elements.

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Love has no end

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"You have a letter from home," My friend  handed over a damped letter and left to take a hot bath.  I opened the letter. It was from my parents. They love me as the moonlight night. It is raining outside and a slow breeze is entering the windows.
 
 I opened the letter and read, " We can give you love by heart with the help of which we can survive.

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In Memory of My Older Friend from Middle Township

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Published in http://www.capemaycountyherald.com/
One of my friends, Rita (name changed) from Middle Township had a degree in music and dance. She died recently at her home. Rita was old and sick. She tried to make her life known. She told me that she would love to go out for lunch or dinner and to travel the world, especially Italy. She told me that she would sing songs, have a boyfriend, date. She would like to visit her old school in Pennsylvania. Her death was sad, especially for me. I felt particularly heartbroken. I cried when she died. I remember when I first started coming to see her, I was serious at her childish ways. She was undoubtedly an expert in making jokes and enjoyed talking.

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