Immigrants Continue to Face Extra Pandemic-Related Hardships in the US

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on everyone. However, as things are returning to normal, it has become apparent that the virus has taken an even harder toll on immigrant communities. Immigrant communities were already marginalized when it came to matters of health care, and now the problem is even worse.

To be an immigrant in America is already to live in fear. According to TRAC, only 1.5% of cases where an immigrant (women and children) has a “founded fear” of returning to their country are successful. The majority of the time, women and children are sent back to countries of origin where they are at risk. In the US, the wait for a hearing to even learn your fate can take about two years. Now we can add pandemic problems on top of the already problematic system.

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What Your Bank Won’t Tell You About Credit and Your Estate

There is no denying that banks are big business, and no matter how personal your banking situation is, there are things your bank is just not telling you. Like any business, there are “trade secrets” that banks simply do not disclose.

These “secrets” are sometimes innocuous bits of information like ATM customers will spend about 25% more at a convenience store. Sometimes they are not innocuous and not really secrets but something that is not talked about.

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How Has Digital Marketing Changed the Retail Landscape?

Have you been paying attention to the news and its obsession with high-duality digital marketing? If so, you know that this process has many different benefits. However, it’s not possible to fully understand the full scope of this process without a little careful research. Thankfully, many other unique possibilities and benefits make this an essential option for your firm.

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How Scientists Are Making Opioids Safer for Chronic Pain Patients

Opioids have been used to provide pain relief for patients suffering from chronic pain for a long time. They work pretty well, but they have some side effects that have made their popularity decrease in the recent past. Scientists have been looking into new ways of making opioids much safer by reducing their negative side effects, and five of them are outlined below.

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What is the Leading Cause of Death in America?

The leading causes of death in this country may actually surprise you and include a few things you did not anticipate seeing on the list. The average American may struggle with health conditions that do not seem serious to them but can turn into larger health problems over time. Others can be perfectly healthy but end up in an unexpected accident that lands them in the hospital or urgent care.

Here are some of the leading causes of death in people across the United States:

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Viral Reddit Thread Makes People Question: Are HOAs Corrupt?

HOA’s are big business in the United States. In 2016 about $88 million was paid to neighborhood community associations. There has been a lot of uproar over HOA’s and the level of corruption that is seemingly rampant.

Reddit users were up in arms recently about HOA’s, but that is not the only place posts about HOA’s are going viral.

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Is Alcohol Stronger Today Than It Used to Be?

When you think of alcohol, what do you picture? Beer, wine, or maybe a glass of scotch or bourbon? In the past, people thought about strong alcohol as a sign of status. In many cultures, alcohol was a symbol of something taken as medicine. Today we know that alcohol is a drug. It’s a depressant, and it slows down your central nervous system which is why you feel the effects of it. But what about alcohol strength? The idea that alcohol is stronger today than it used to be is popular. Do you think that’s true?

Here are six facts to help you figure it out.

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