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Online shoppers beware of buying prescription glasses

A 2019 poll by Marist College and National Public Radio (NPR) shows that 76% of all United States adults shop online. That being said, not all products should be purchased online. Ordering your prescription glasses online may not deliver the quality of vision you’d expect. Getting glasses that match your vision needs and fit your...

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Mold and Heat Can Make You Feel Sick

Mold can make you sick, but did you know the heat can make it worse? Dr. Alfred Johnson with Johnson Medical Associates talks to Digital Correspondent Sarah Macias about the mold that may have you feeling ill.

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Avoid Student Loan Debt

President Trump recently signed an executive order cancelling all student loan debt for disabled veterans. This, as 2019 student loan debt hit the highest rates ever according to Forbes. John Wilson, the Senior Tax Strategist at Economic Strategist says many times students pull out a loan not noting the interest and how long it can...

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Las Colinas Doctor Saves Lives With Heart Scanner

Heart disease is the number one killer in America according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Founder and CEO of ViaScan, Dr. John Duncan saves lives by using a scanner that can detect a heart attack in the making. With this technology- Dr. Duncan is able to give his patients a treatment plan...

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Professor Freedom’s Connection to Slavery

Today we have asked Mr. Clarence Glover aka Professor Freedom to come in help us further frame out the 400th observance of the first enslaved Africans in America which began in Jamestown. (1619 – 2019) Mr. Glover is a descendant of enslaved Africans with a direct connection to slavery. He will share with us the...

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Does blue light from digital devices sabotage a healthy night’s sleep?

Many people are finding it more difficult to sleep, and the problem could stem from their digital devices. That’s because computers, cell phones, tv’s, and tablets emit blue light. Even though people aren’t aware of seeing blue light, research shows it can decrease melatonin production, a hormone that regulates sleep cycles. Several studies show that...

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