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Posted on: December 16, 2016 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

What’s in a Name

Despite the nation’s growing racial and ethnic diversity, the five most frequent American surnames in 2010 remained the same as in 2000 and were mainly reported by whites and blacks. Smith, Johnson, Williams, Brown and Jones were the most common last names, according to a Census Bureau analysis of the 2010 Census. However, the growing Hispanic population has pushed surnames…

Posted on: December 2, 2016 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

World HIV/AIDS Day

People living with HIV/AIDS are susceptible to many types of infections and illnesses. But thanks to better treatments, individuals with HIV/AIDS are now living longer than ever before, making it more important for them to make choices that keep them healthy. In honor of World HIV/AIDS Day, observed December 1st, here are food safety recommendations for individuals with HIV/AIDS and…

Posted on: November 24, 2016 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

What Next For Immigration?

Foreign nationals in all categories are asking themselves what the election of Donald Trump will mean for them.  Mr. Trump has been outspoken about deporting all undocumented immigrants and has frequently used protectionist, isolationist language.  So it would be judicious for every non-citizen to make his or her position in the U.S. as stable as possible as soon as possible.  …

Posted on: October 14, 2016 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

The E-1 Treaty Trader Visa: An Attractive Alternative to E-2?

The E-1 Treaty Trader visa allows Korean nationals to carry on business activities in the U.S.  The initial period of stay is 60 months, there is no limit on the number of extensions, and the visa does not require either monetary investment or job creation in the U.S.  Koreans who are considering applying for an E-2 for themselves or their…

Posted on: October 13, 2016 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

Coming to Detroit…The USS Detroit (LCS-7)

The US Navy will be commissioning a new littoral combat ship (LCS) in October and the ship will be commissioned in and named for the city of Detroit. She will be the sixth ship named for Detroit. The first USS Detroit started life as HMS Detroit of the British Royal Navy. In 1813, about 50 miles from Detroit, in Lake…

Posted on: October 13, 2016 Posted by: panderanin Comments: 0

Fighting Breast Cancer with Food

By: Grace Derocha, registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator and certified health coach with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan   It’s been said time and time again, but the simple truth is that a well-balanced diet is instrumental to long-term health. Though healthy eating cannot completely prevent every kind of disease and illness, it certainly goes a long way in…