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January 09, 2021

The EMP Threat & Is Virtual Learning Here to Stay?
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The EMP Threat
t's a serious threat to life as we know it. It's called an electromagnetic pulse or EMP. Without government steps to protect the national electrical grid, all of us remain at risk. Peter Vincent Pry, PhD, Executive Director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security, and author of “EMP Manhattan Project: Organizing for Survival Against an Electromagnetic Pulse Catastrophe” says up to 90% of the US population would be dead within a year after such an event.
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Is Virtual Learning Here to Stay?
When the pandemic finally ends, some schools plan to continue virtual learning, though some parents question its effectiveness. Heather Schwartz, Director of the Pre-K to 12 Educational Systems Program at RAND, a nonprofit research organization, says about two in ten school districts have already adopted or are considering adopting virtual schools after the end of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The COVID Opioid Crisis
While COVID-19 has been the focus of so much attention this year, the opioid crisis has continued unabated and has even worsened, as more than 40 states have reported increases. Bb>Tyler Oesterle, MD, MPH, Psychiatrist, expert in chemical dependency treatment at Mayo Clinic, explains the factors driving the increasing rates of substance abuse, and how to recognize when a loved one is struggling with addiction.
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