Aug. 30, CNN did a story on addiction to pain killers. But they did not report the other side of this dilemma – those of us who have “invisible disabilities” (Fibromyalgia, Interstitial Cystitis, and others), that must take pain medication just to live a somewhat normal life. We are left, friends label us for “using” when the complete opposite is true.
We’re celebrating our 100th column with 100 ways to make ripples in the world!
The other day I was in the bathroom at the grocery store, and it struck me that we don’t have any problem performing the basest of our bodily functions in the company of perfect strangers, but we have a problem looking another person in the eyes and saying hello.
The latest scandal to rock Hollywood hit the internet a couple of days ago.
Dear Michelle Duggar,
When the Fayetteville City Council was considering the anti-discrimination bill, you recorded a robo-call message that tried to scare people into thinking that transgender individuals were out to molest children.
According to Nick Brothers’ article in the Aug. 21 issue of the “Free Weekly,” Associate Professor Laurent Sacharoff of the U of A School of Law cited history at the meeting held for public comment on Fayetteville’s then-proposed civil rights ordinance in support of the proposition that the majority cannot be trusted to decide what’s…
Many different kinds of diets can be done intentionally. There are a variety of awesome reasons for people to choose a sustainable omnivorous, vegetarian, vegan or any number of other diets. A few arguments, however, promote ignorance rather than intentional eating.
If there’s one good thing that the death of Robin Williams has brought about, it’s that people are discussing suicide and depression.
The University of Arkansas offers classes and minors in various fields related to sustainability. Students can study watersheds, ecology, plants, sustainable agriculture, geology and much more.
To save money, you can build your own kitchen composter that fits under the kitchen counter!