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Mark Bello

More News on Vatican Cardinal Pell

I was just contacted by Simon Barrett of Blogger News who has written an account of the Cardinal Pell abuse allegations entitled “Cardinal Pell-Naughty Priest?”  Mr. Barrett asked me for a comment.  Here’s what I had to say: “A person […]

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Vatican Cardinal Pell Charged With Historical Sexual Assault Offenses

Cardinal George Pell, one of the most senior members of the Catholic Church and Pope Francis’ chief financial adviser, has brought the church’s child sex abuse scandal right into the heart of the Vatican. Pell has been charged with multiple […]

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House Passes the Protecting Access To Care Act, but It’s Not Too Late To Be Heard

Yesterday, I penned “Act Today to Stop H.R. 1215 from Destroying Your Rights.” Hours later, the House passed H.R. 1215 by a vote of 218 to 210. The bill now heads to the Senate for review. Putting citizens at such […]

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Act Today to Stop H.R. 1215 from Destroying Your Rights

Today, the U.S. House of Representatives will be voting on the “Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017” or H.R. 1215. I, as well as others here, have written about H.R.1215 in the past, but for those readers that may […]

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Recharge to be in Charge

So many of us have busy schedules and deadlines to meet that sleep is often the first thing we let go. Yet, all those “late to bed, early to rise” days can have serious consequences. Sleep is increasingly recognized as […]

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Can Your Child Drown Days After Leaving the Pool?

The family of a four-year-old boy who died nearly a week after going swimming is warning parents about a rare condition called “dry drowning”. According to family, the child had shown symptoms of a stomach bug, including vomiting and diarrhea […]

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New Tort Reforms will Protect Iowa Doctors

Although the Seventh Amendment of the Constitution gives us all the right to hold wrongdoers accountable for negligence, tort reform laws continuously strip victims of that right. Now, after decades of advocating strong medical liability protections, comprehensive tort reforms will […]

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Stand Up to Falls in the Home and the Workplace

The first week of National Safety Month is “Stand Up to Falls.” It is a time to help Americans prevent injuries and accidental deaths by calling attention to common safety and health risks, both at home and at work. Falls […]

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Talk Safety!

The National Safety Council observes National Safety Month every June to raise awareness about the everyday safety risks facing Americans and offer tips and resources to reduce harm. This year’s theme, Keep Each Other Safe, highlights the important roles we […]

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Excessive Caffeine Results in Death of a Teenager

We are a caffeinated society, and teens are no exception. Since the 1970s, the number of teens using caffeine has tripled, with about 75% of U.S. adolescents regularly consuming it today, according to reports. In fact, teens are currently the […]