Airforce

2014 Visit To New York’s Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum

Posted July 8, 2014 by Len Rapoport

In 2012 I did an article on the Intrepid for IMPress and you can see it here.   That article gives you some of the history and its accomplishments in World War II. Launched in 1943, the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid fought in World War II, surviving five kamikaze attacks and one torpedo strike. The […]

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Children

Babies Spitting Up—Normal in Most Cases

Posted August 11, 2013 by pressrelease

Print and share (PDF 89 K) Anyone who’s ever taken care of an infant knows that babies spit up. And spit up. And then spit up again. It’s easy to understand why some parents and other caretakers are concerned. Is the infant getting enough nourishment? Is frequent spitting up a sign of a more serious […]

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Editorials

ShopSmart’s Secrets for Sunburn Relief

Posted June 25, 2013 by pressrelease

  Remedies that can help heal and those not worth the money YONKERS, N.Y. – There’s no cure for a sunburn, but there are ways to minimize the misery.  The July 2013 issue of ShopSmartmagazine, from Consumer Reports, highlights effective treatments that can help heal after a sunburn and identifies products to avoid when scorched by […]

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Animals & Pets

FDA Continues to Caution Dog Owners About Chicken Jerky Products-Waggin Train Responds

Posted October 14, 2012 by Len Rapoport

I have been purchasing the Wagon Train strips at Costco for my dog for a number of years. I realized they were too hard and had sharp edges and would be dangerous to feed my 14 pound dog this way, so I decided to soften them up.  There package does suggest that you can soak […]

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Editorials

Litepanels Answers Questions on LED Patent Rights Dispute

Posted October 13, 2012 by Len Rapoport

Help Us Stop Foreign Countries From Stealing Our Technology Now or the past few months we have received emails and reports that urged all photographers and videographers to stop purchasing or supporting Litepanels. Litepanels is an award winning LED company producing lighting for video, still photo & motion picture production. The reason stated in their emails […]

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Gasoline Prices in San Diego, California, October 4, 2012
Government

Gasoline hits all time high prices in California

Posted October 5, 2012 by IMPress Archives

Gasoline Prices in San Diego, California, October 4, 2012 Photo Courtesy of Dana Helgeson An August 6, 2012 refinery fire at the Chevron facility near Richmond, California, coupled with massive power outages today at Exxon-Mobil facility in Torrance, California, have nearly turned the spigot off for gasoline in California. Price increases have been severe and […]

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Airforce

The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – The Beginning & Now

Posted August 5, 2012 by Len Rapoport

Article from the USS Intrepid, Photos Courtesy of Intrepid Museum Archives and Len Rapoport According to the Department of the Navy, Naval Historical Center, the USS Intrepid began as 27,100-ton Essex class aircraft carrier built in Newport News, Virginia. She was commissioned in August 1943, and operated in support of the Kwajalein invasion from January […]

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Drugs

FDA Works to Reduce Risk of Opioid Pain Relievers

Posted July 18, 2012 by pressrelease

People who suffer chronic pain face a good news/bad news situation in choosing a treatment. There are powerful medicines called opioids that can help manage pain when prescribed for the right condition and when used properly. But when prescribed by physicians to patients who should not receive them, or when used improperly or for recreational […]

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Editorials

The Supreme Court Gets It Wrong On Health Care

Posted June 28, 2012 by IMPress Archives

  The United States has a long history of trying to help it’s citizens obtain medical care and find a form of economic stability during their retirement years. First proposed by President Lyndon Johnson, Medicare became the law of the land on July 30, 1965. Like other Great Society ideas, its cost was never fully […]

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